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President Trump, Keep The Federal Reserve Independent – It’s Too Expensive Not To … There is talk about that Donald Trump and his administration will try to bring the Federal Reserve to heel with some appointments to the board of that body. … But there’s a definite limit to how far this should go for, as not enough people know, the point of the Fed is to curb the enthusiasms of the politicians. And not leaving it operationally independent would be very expensive indeed, so much so as to be entirely counter productive. – Forbes
According to this article, it is better to leave the Federal Reserve alone because to do anything else within the context of a viable Fed would cost too much.
The article does admit that it is possible to change the Fed. In fact Patrick T. McHenry (R-N.C.), vice chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, has already written to Janet Yellen indicating she has no authority to engage in certain regulatory practices.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently discussed the topic of “fake news” and how WikiLeaks’ pure data-driven approach has prevented them from becoming “weaponized text.”
CNET reports that Assange appeared via video-link in a discussion with Australian comedian Chas Licciardello in Sydney, Australia this week. During the interview, Assange discussed the idea of “fake news” and how WikiLeaks’ refusal to editorialize their content and rather provide pure data to the public has allowed them to publish facts without bias.
“What is special about WikiLeaks is that it’s not just another damn story,” said Assange, “it’s not just another damn journalist putting their damn byline, advertising themselves and their position on another damn story.”
Los Angeles, CA — Domestic violence, bribery, theft, excessive force, brutality — these are just a few of the crimes committed by active duty sheriff’s deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. In total, there are 300 deputies with a history of misconduct whom Sheriff Jim McDonnell thinks the public should know about. However, thanks to a protectionist court system and a powerful police union, the crimes of these cops may remain secret.
Having taken over one of the most corrupt sheriff’s departments in the country, McDonnell appears to be taking steps to increase transparency and foster public trust. But these steps are being met with heavy resistance along the way.
In 2014, McDonnell inherited a department in chaos.
All the way back on election day in November of 2016, Sergei Krivov was found just before 7 a.m. lying on the floor of the Russian Consulate in New York. Found unconscious with an unindentified head wound brought on by ‘blunt force trauma’, by the time emergency responders arrived, Krivov was dead. Initial reports said the then-nameless man had plunged to his death from the roof of the Consulate. That story was quickly changed to ‘he suffered a heart attack’. Police officers later called the death ‘natural’ and the case was closed. Three months later, the New York City medical examiner isn’t sure he had a heart attack after all.
Donald Trump said frequently during his presidential campaign that he did not want the US involved in all these expensive foreign wars. Americans were lead to believe that the US was finally realising that other countries should pay for the lion’s share of any mutual defence; at their own expense. Trump also said that he wanted other NATO partners to pay their fair share for any action undertaken, the implication being that operational decisions will be based on who has paid for what rather than what the enemy is doing—and if the enemy is real or perceived.
Despite the promises, sources on the ground in Ukraine confirm that preparations are being made for further war, a hot war, and as if Kiev expects the US to back it morally and financially. It is worth mentioning that the US has yet withdrawn from other conflicts it has provoked or encouraged, such as that in Syria.
J Noir Channel:
As I sit down to write on this “President’s Day,” I can’t help but consider how diluted the stature – and goodness – of the Presidential Office has become. And this has nothing to do with Donald Trump personally, but the fact that essentially everything the post- Financial Crisis government has done has been detrimental to the public, causing the office to lose the admiration – and cache – it had when America was indeed “great.”