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28 Good Questions that the Media Should be Asking

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Tonight we discuss the questions the media should be asking but isn't. Some of these important inquiries are:

Will the U.S. dollar soon lose its status as the primary reserve currency of the world?

How in the world can you have a debate about the economy that lasts for an hour and a half and never even mention Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve or quantitative easing?

Why is the mainstream media ignoring a warning that an international gang of cybercriminals plans “to steal money from the online accounts of thousands of consumers at 30 or more major U.S. banks“?

 Why is the United Nations pushing to have the authority to impose “global taxes” on all of us?

How was one Baltimore woman able to accumulate 30 free cell phones all paid for by the federal government?

Why has the birth rate in the United States fallen to an all-time low?

 Is the U.S. Supreme Court about to make it illegal to resell our own stuff at yard sales, in thrift stores and on eBay?