Pulitzer-prize winning columnist George F. Will explains the dangers of Donald Trump’s nomination’s of Herman Cain and Stephen Moore to the Fed and what’s “depressing” about the few GOP Senators opposing the nomination.
Plus there is this article at CNN on Stephen Moore – an extract follows:
Stephen Moore, who President Donald Trump announced last month as his nominee for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, has a history of advocating self-described “radical” views on the economy and government.
In speeches and radio interviews reviewed by CNN’s KFile, Moore advocated for eliminating the corporate and federal income taxes entirely, calling the 16th Amendment that created the income tax the “most evil” law passed in the 20th century.
Moore’s economic worldview envisions a slimmed down government and a rolled back social safety net. He has called for eliminating the Departments of Labor, Energy and Commerce, along with the IRS and the…
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