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The Questions
That Aren’t
Asked
Insight from Dawn Bennett
Founder and CEO of Bennett
Group Financial Services and
host of ...
The Republican Debate
We all watched a few weeks ago as the
Republican presidential hopefuls debated
among themselves. How...
According to Dawn Bennett
Once again, the Federal Reserved recoiled
at raising interest rates. But if the economy is
stron...
According to Dawn Bennett
Dawn J Bennett believes one reason has to do with
the rising interbank credit.
"In a Gallup Poll...
According to Dawn Bennett
Bennett continued, "Look again at the questions that weren't
asked in the debate. I believe they...
Read More
Dawn Bennett is the Founder and CEO of
Bennett Group Financial Services and host
of the radio show Financial Myt...
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The Questions that Aren't Asked, By Dawn Bennett

  1. 1. The Questions That Aren’t Asked Insight from Dawn Bennett Founder and CEO of Bennett Group Financial Services and host of the radio show Financial Myth Busting with Dawn Bennett
  2. 2. The Republican Debate We all watched a few weeks ago as the Republican presidential hopefuls debated among themselves. However, not one word was uttered on the current state of our economy. Nor were there words spoken regarding America’s mountains of personal and national debt, inflation, the dollar, terrorism, ISIS, or Iran… which some of the most serious issues that we are currently facing.
  3. 3. According to Dawn Bennett Once again, the Federal Reserved recoiled at raising interest rates. But if the economy is strong enough to be ignored in such a major debate, why not raise the rate the 25 basis points that keep being floated? The Federal Reserve is still doing nothing to fix the problems plaguing our economy before they become a full-blown crisis.
  4. 4. According to Dawn Bennett Dawn J Bennett believes one reason has to do with the rising interbank credit. "In a Gallup Poll from January of this year, they asked the question: What is the most important problem facing the US? The number one answer was "government, Congress, politicians," she said. "In the last decade, it's become clear that we actually have two governments: the one we know about and elected, and a parallel government that has just proliferated into a life and a universe of its own."
  5. 5. According to Dawn Bennett Bennett continued, "Look again at the questions that weren't asked in the debate. I believe they could have spent three hours just focusing on debt and our national deficit. Most economists will now admit that, when Obama leaves the White House, we will be over $20 trillion in debt. According to the same economists, when we hit the magic number $24 trillion, we will effectively collapse as an economy.” “We will be essentially bankrupt as a nation, in the same position as Greece is now. I believe they could have spent three hours on the nightmare of terrorism, of ISIS and an Iran that we have basically helped along the road to becoming nuclear-armed. They could have spent three hours on any number of topics that would have made the entrenched interests uncomfortable, shed some light on the Deep State. Instead, they focused on pandering to human nature's banal self-interests and let the real elephants in the room remain ignored."
  6. 6. Read More Dawn Bennett is the Founder and CEO of Bennett Group Financial Services and host of the radio show Financial Myth Busting with Dawn Bennett. Read more here: http://www.releasewire.com/press- releases/the-questions-that-arent-asked-by- dawn-bennett-627349.htm

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