Extraordinary Fed Funding

Posted by Bob Hoye - Institutional Advisors

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– World War II was prosecuted in the defense of freedom. 

– Extraordinary funding measures were justifiable. 

– The increase was from 1.8% to 11%, or when rounded 10 points. 

– Freedom was restored where possible. 

– It has since been a challenge to ambitious governments. 

– The recent increase has been from 3.3% to 12.6%, which rounds out to 9 points. 

– Essentially, this has been to fund the expansion of the state for the state itself. 

– Ironically, this has been part of a relentless attempt to extinguish freedom. 


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