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Hiding in Plain Sight: Janet Yellen's Policies Should Make Her Ashamed

In revisiting my past blogs, they all touch on one theme -- inequality. Whether it be the result of some wealthy donor's self-serving faux philanthropic dealings at the expense of the truly destitute, or of being totally helpless at the mercy of a rogue police officer who can snuff out a life on a whim; inequality comes in many forms. What is amazing to me, especially after having just produced a film dealing with the subject, is a pervasive inequality that has truly been hiding in plain sight before everyday Americans for years, aided by virtually all of the mainstream popular media; the printing of money out of thin air by the Federal Reserve and given to the already rich.
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