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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Cullen Roche
"For all the people discussing how bad the job market is, well, here's one of your primary reasons," said Cullen Roche, founder of Orcam Financial Group LLC. "If the government had done what it normally does and employed more people during the recovery, then the unemployment rate would be a lot lower, we'd be above our all-time highs in non-farm payrolls, and there'd be a lot less talk about food stamps and how miserable the recovery has been."
[They say] the Federal Reserve system is a scam, the U.S. government is 'printing money,' government debt will be the end of the U.S.A.,," he said.