Liberty NewsWire: Mar 26, 2012

On March 26, 2012, in Home, by admin

“As a U.S. economy continues to miscarry and repair,” additional stairs “may emanate an overcommitment to ultra-easy financial policy,” St. Louis Fed President James Bullard pronounced in a debate yesterday in Hong Kong. Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart pronounced in Washington that “we should reason a change piece where it is for a time being and watch how a economy evolves.”

The remarks from Lockhart and Bullard, who have never dissented from a preference by a Federal Open Market Committee, simulate broadening view on a row opposite serve stairs to coax growth. The Fed has hold interest rates nearby 0 given 2008 and purchased $2.3 trillion in holds to coax expansion after stagnation rose to as high as 10 percent in 2009. The jobless rate is now 8.3 percent, and a economy has been expanding for some-more than dual years. – Bloomberg

Federal Reserve

Bloomberg – Fed Purchases of More Bonds Opposed by Two Regional Presidents

BusinessWeek – Bernanke Says Central Banks Should Learn More About Policy Tools


The New American – Maine Joins a Fight Against NDAA; Other State Efforts Continue

War on Drugs

Guatemala Times – U.S. No Longer Dominates Drug War Agenda in Central America

Police State

TechDirt – FBI Turns Back on 2,750 of a 3,000 GPS Devices It Turned Off for Lack off a Warrant

Foreign Policy

BBC News – Obama in Push For ‘World Without Nuclear Weapons’


Reuters – Supreme Court Weighs Historic Healthcare Laws

Forbes – As Supreme Court Hears Obamacare Arguments, What Employers Are Watching

States’ Rights

New York Times – Utah Asks U.S. to Give Back More Than 20 Million Acres of Land


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