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Fearing hyperinflation, Russian consumers aren’t taking any chances so they hurried into stores Wednesday to buy big ticket items before prices were forced further up by the rapidly plunging value of the ruble. As the world is moving inexorably away from the dollar, could we one day become witness to a similar scenario here in America? Find out why that isn’t such a far-fetched notion.

As the U.S. economy continues to struggle, as the average American cannot make ends meet, our own central bank refuses to take responsibility for our woeful state. And now, you’re not going to believe who their latest scapegoat is! Find out here.

It’s no secret that we Americans are incredibly lucky and blessed to be living in such a prosperous and luxurious place relative to the rest of the world. We have some of the best of everything: the best hotels, the best vacation spots and restaurants, the best cars, the best TVs, the best technological innovations, cell phones and computers. We still have amazing healthcare and education. There is another luxury we have that most of the rest of the world sadly doesn’t have – and that is no national memory of what it is like to live through hyperinflation.