Economically Speaking, Are We Doomed to Repeat the Past?

It’s been 10 years since the great depression of 2008 and nobody really seems to be happy about it.  Liberals believe that guilty bankers got off scott-free.  Free market disciples cry over the fact that they have not seen “meaningful” reforms while out west, our growth has been slower than experienced in other parts of the U.S.

So, did ANYTHING really get fixed after the last financial crisis in this country?

According to the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), nothing of substance (i.e., adequate regulatory changes) has changed at all.  To learn more, please click on the following link: Will history repeat itself in 2019?