What is the Federal Reserve?
"Paper is poverty...it is only the ghost of money, not money itself." Thomas Jefferson
The money loaned to the government by the Federal Reserve is loaned at interest. This means that for every dollar in public use interest must be paid to the Federal Reserve. In order to pay the interest more money must be printed, by the Federal Reserve, at interest. Thus creating an endless supply of revenue for the private bankers who own the Federal Reserve.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)