The Printing Press Working Overtime!

Here is a a chart showing the level of money printed from 1910 to this year. Notice the dramatic upswing recently — thanks to the bailout craze!

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Now here’s a video from Glenn Beck on the same subject:

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7 Responses to The Printing Press Working Overtime!

  1. […] banks and infrastructure takes money away from individuals (either through taxes, borrowing or inflationary money printing) and redirects it to what government deems worthy, and tax credits and incentives subsidize those […]

  2. […] and local budgets are experiencing shortfalls is because the economy is in trouble and they cannot print money like the federal government can. This printing can lead to inflation – a hidden tax on […]

  3. […] has to come from somewhere. That money is taken from the private economy either through borrowing, inflationary money printing or taxing. Either way, it represents money no longer available to individuals to spend how they […]

  4. […] however, tells us that it has to come from somewhere. It will eventually be paid for through more inflationary money printing, increased debt or higher taxes — none of which are good for an economy in need of […]

  5. […] however, tells us that it has to come from somewhere. It will eventually be paid for through more inflationary money printing, increased debt or higher taxes — none of which are good for an economy in need […]

  6. […] isn’t required to be competitive in order to stay in business; it can simply raise taxes or print or borrow […]

  7. […] free from market forces, government (particularly the federal government with its ability to print more money) manages to escape the need to actually provide services in an efficient manner. The taxpayers are […]

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