I didn't think that this would happen.
With the Federal government supercharging the US consumer with now periodic massive stimulus payments –
If you thought that authorities all over the planet could print, borrow and spend money like there was no tomorrow without any consequences, you were being delusional.
– interview with Epoch Times
But only an oddball cares about it.
Outrage follows report $1.7 trillion F-35 program is now considered a failure
Volatility has returned to Wall Street, and it appears that our absolutely epic stock market bubble may be in serious trouble.
Worldwide debt increased to $281 trillion and worldwide debt-to-GDP ratio is now over 355%.
Americans have clearly lost their way. The same failed ideas are being played out in all the various aspects of our lives. Fortunately, the way back is not complex, but actually very easy. Americans must (once again) discard the disastrous belief in
On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell called for a "society-wide" commitment to reaching full employment, calling for "contributions from across government and the private sector."
There is a growing consensus in Washington the only way to fix the worst economic downturn in more than 70 years is by giving out more free money.
State and local governments are set to receive $350 billion in funding as part of the next stimulus bill, according to draft stimulus legislation released Tuesday night by House Democrats.
On Monday afternoon, House Dems released a draft of their fiscal package. Amid the top highlights is that Biden is going for the full $1.9T and is not succumbing to pressure to reduce the size of the bill to accommodate the GOP nor centrist lawmakers
The national debt racket is not a Trump or Biden thing. It's not a Republican or Democrat thing. They all perpetuate it. But all rackets come to an end, and it's important that as many people as possible understand what must come next, so that this "
Over the past six to eight months, the U.S. has seen perhaps one of the largest migrations of people based on economic and ideological concerns in almost a century. Not since the Great Depression has there been so many Americans relocating in search
One of President Donald Trump's lesser known but profoundly damaging legacies will be the explosive rise in the national debt that occurred on his watch.
Good Morning. As of this writing, The DXY is flat after a pounding yesterday .
The US dollar has been showing significant weakness over the last several weeks. The dollar index closed at 90.814.
Former 2016 Trump Campaign aide Carter Page has filed an eight-count complaint against the Department of Justice, the FBI, former FBI Director James Comey and others.
While it will get zero notice in today's post-election chaos, at 830am, the Treasury issued its quarterly refunding announcement in which it said it will raise its long-term refunding debt sales next week to a fresh record $122 billion, to refund app
In a series of interviews this month, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) expressed an openness to making modest reductions in the Pentagon's near-record $740 billion budget, but he has also stated he is "unconvinced" b
Money supply is on a surge. Several charts tell the story.
And so we face the ultimate irony: 'bailing-out-everything' destroys the entire rotten system.
Print more money! ... Stimulate the economy!
As the United States continues its struggle with the pandemic-induced economic recession and a sputtering recovery, the country's burgeoning debt is not anyone's top concern these days.
URGENT!! $9,000,000,000,000 PRINTED IN LAST FEW MONTHS [HYPERINFLATION WARNING] - Most Will Lose 90%
Since the largest threat facing the country is white supremacists, according to FBI Director Chris Wray and Homeland Security acting chief Tom Wolf, the Department of Homeland Security has agreed to provide $10 million in grants to organizations whic
Even without data from the month of September, the Treasury Department reports total federal spending exceeded $6 trillion for the first time.
--force nearly 70,000 evacuations and more wineries are completely devastated in Napa Valley
Mayor Bill de Blasio is aggressively pushing for a $12.4 billion federal bailout - because New York City faces an unprecedented $7 billion budget deficit over the next two years.