Thursday, April 21, 2016

Treasury Department sends founding father to the ‘back of the bus’ on new money

Political correctness has gone full circle in America’s monetary system as on April 20, the Treasury Department announced that Andrew Jackson will either be removed from, or moved to the back of, the $20 bill.  And in his place will be Harriet Tubman, a black woman who was involved deeply in the abolitionist movement.
Additionally, the Treasury Department has said it is expected to replace other founding fathers from the currency with images of other women and non-white historical figures.  However, Secretary Lew announced that they would not remove Alexander Hamilton from the $10, perhaps with the knowledge that he was the father of the central bank in colonial times.
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