Ever since the November elections, the primary stories in the media have been about one aspect or another of the so-called Fiscal Cliff. Most of these reports fail to address fundamental economic realities. The lack of clear and accurate media reporting, on the one hand, and the fallacies that are promoted, on the other, are in part responsible for the fact that most Americans are tragically ill-informed about how the economy and our global monetary system work, and thus ill-equipped to protect themselves and provide security for their families. Let’s take a look at some surprising facts:
By silveristhenew | Published December 7, 2012
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