The World Thrives on Public Humiliation

Sadly, public humiliation is a concept that has existed throughout time. It is the dishonoring showcase of a person, usually an offender in a public. Instances of it have existed in most civilizations. For instance, in 1774 John Malcolm, the British customs agent was tarred and feathered after the Boston Tea Party.  In the 1780’s…

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True or False: The Federal Reserve is Part of the Federal Government?

In actuality, the Federal Reserve banks are not considered part of the federal government. They are considered independent central banks because monetary policy decisions do not have to be approved by the President, executive, or legislative branches of the government.

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