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About "Federal Reserve Transparency Act (NEG)"
The Affirmative plan passes a bill pending in Congress to audit the Federal Reserve and expose the nonsense it is involved in, and restore some accountability. This brief argues that the Fed has plenty of accountability and transparency in the status quo. To go beyond current standards and add the additional requirements in the Federal Reserve Transparency Act would harm the Fed’s independence, hamper its effectiveness, and ultimately damage the economy. The final disadvantage provides a supporting case-specific argument: even if additional transparency is desired, GAO audits are not the right way to achieve it. At the end of the day, the affirmative case is flawed in both its goals and its details.
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Kirstin competed in NCFCA in eight speech categories, as well as both Lincoln-Douglas and Policy debate. She ranked in the top 4 at Nationals in three speech events and advanced to debate finals at five tournaments, three of which she won. Her favorite accomplishment was receiving first place at Nationals her senior year in Impromptu. Kirstin is currently a student at Wheaton College majoring in music and enjoys running her own calligraphy business on the side.