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  1. #1
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    Oct 2008

    NIANswers: FAQ

    NIA has just launched its new version of NIAnswers, which can be accessed by going to:

    The new NIAnswers has a much improved search functionality, which will allow you to easily search through previously answered questions to see if your economic question has already been answered.

    You can submit a new entry to our database by clicking on "Submit Question" at the top. As soon as your question has been answered by NIA, you will receive an email with a link to read NIA's answer to your question.

    When browsing individual categories, questions are automatically organized based on their date of entry into our database. All questions will display the date of when the question was first answered as well as another date of when the answer was last modified.

    You can also choose to organize questions/answers by popularity. NIA has assigned an initial rating to each question from 1 to 10 based on how important we believe the entry is, with 10 being the most important. After reading a question/answer, you can choose if you "like" or dislike" the question/answer. Each week, questions will be assigned new popularity ratings based on the amount of likes and dislikes they have received from members.

    Thank you for your support of NIA!


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Same answer for Malaysia. We cannot expect to ignore the laws of economics for too long. Eventually, there is a price to pay. I can think of a few departments that need to go.

    What do you recommend to cure the U.S. debt crisis?
    Category: DebtAdded on: 12/29/2011 | Modified on: 12/29/2011

    When it comes to the U.S. debt crisis and upcoming currency crisis there really is no cure for our country.It's up to individual Americans to become educated to the truth so that they can take the necessary steps to protect themselves.The best hope for the U.S. to survive is to allow a much needed second Great Depression to take place.

    Bernanke needs to dramatically raise interest rates immediately back up toa level that is higher than the real rate of inflation, so that we at least have deflation during this depression.The U.S. government needs to eliminate Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and other entitlement programs. We need to eliminate the
    Department of Energy, the Department of Education, and other wasteful departments that are doing more harm than good. We need to bring our troops home from Iraq and Afghanistan. We need to balance the budget and mandate that Congress must always balance its budget. We must return to sound money that is backed by gold. We can go on forever, these are just a few key first steps.

  3. #3
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    Dec 2013
    First link is not working, did they remove it? or where did it go?

  4. #4
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    Dec 2016
    Hello! Very interesting topic, thank you raised it.
    Have you been involved in this issue?

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