Sunday, June 21, 2015

Treasury to change picture on $10 bill to a woman’s face

There are many ironies in the history of U.S. fiat currency.  First, it is perhaps the biggest insult to the memory of President Andrew Jackson for the Treasury to place the face of the man whose life’s quest was to kill the central bank on the $20 bill.  Now on June 17, that same department is removing the face of the man who died in a duel to have a private central bank and replace him with the face of a woman.
Political correctness trumps tradition every time in today’s Bizarro World.


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