Americans shouldn’t expect to hear the truth about inflation from Fed Chief Ben Bernanke and he didn't disappoint in a speech he gave to the International Monetary Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday. The money-printer-in-chief of the Federal Reserve denied that the Fed’s easy money policies are responsible for the inflation that is currently showing up in commodity prices. The public shouldn’t have expected anything else from the dissembling Fed Chair, nor should they believe anything he says.
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