As I mentioned in a previous meta discussion, there's a sort of spectrum to these questions, and it moves from the good to the bad:
... at a certain
point I think things moved along from
"help me understand how this affects
my finances" along to "help me
understand this critique of US policy
which is relevant to the economy at
large but not otherwise directly
relevant to my finances" and finally
ended up distressingly close to "help
me critique US economic policy".
The "country budget cuts" makes a bunch of assertions and then suggests political action. This is very much off-topic. A question seeking understanding of these budget situations or what various analysts or experts think about possible courses of action would be a little more relevant and much less controversial.
The fractional-reserve banking system question is... well, first, it's a notable bogeyman that various groups across the spectrum of politics like to drag out to cause panic. "OMG, your money isn't real! Evil banks conjure it out of thin air! You've been scammed! Vote for Ron Paul and Greenpeace!" Aside from that, it's a very leading question, and asks for a debate, not really answers. I'd close it.
The gold-and-silver question asks for sources of historical data. It's reasonably relevant and asks for sources of historical data. It doesn't suggest policy changes or criticize them.