A Look Over the Edge of the Fiscal Cliff

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

Join me and my “Kentucky Tonight” guests at 8/7 pm CT on KET.

Our topic is the looming “Fiscal Cliff.” My guests are a panel of experts on the subject: Jason Bailey, director of The Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Jim Waters, president of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions; Malcolm Robinson, economics professor and economics department chair at Thomas More College; and Tres Watson, chairman of the Kentucky Young Republican Federation. We’ll discuss what’s involved and how it might affect Kentucky families and businesses. Tune in and join the conversation:

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One Response to “A Look Over the Edge of the Fiscal Cliff”

  1. Malcolm Robinson says:

    By the way, the policies of the Fed are not the policies of the administration. The Fed is an independent institution. Because it generates its own income by managing its asset portfolio, it is not dependent on the rest of the government for its funding. This helps to insulate the Fed from political pressure. And when it makes a profit, it turns those funds over to the Treasury!

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