Four weeks ago, I predicted, "American taxpayers are going to be regaled with propaganda about the need to increase military spending in reaction to Putin's invasion and accede to even more troops deployed overseas."
As California looks to 'ease' crippling gas prices by handing out $400 debit cards, Germany (and we suspect many other countries) will soon be offering workers a one-time €300 (US$329) payment to 'offset' the effects of inflation.
Stocks are going up and down while gold is just going up.
Bond prices are a function of government intervention and nothing else.
Bitcoin, tech, and meme stocks caught up in bear market rally.
Democrats' Gas Rebate Act will fuel the inflation fi
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday released the long-awaited details of his tax refund plan to send $400 to Californians for each registered vehicle, a move that would put more money in the pockets of families who own more cars -- even the state's highe
President Biden's "maskless" State of the Union signifies the near-end of the COVID tyranny we have lived under for the past two years. Fortunately for Congress, the President, and the Federal Reserve, the Ukraine-Russia conflict is replacing C
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Politico today reports on how a "reluctant" big tech has decided to abandon its pro-free speech approach and take the side of the US government as the Russian war in Ukraine begins its second week. Are they kidding us? Also today, Biden Administratio
• https://www.washingtonpost.com By Emmanuel Felton
H.R. 40 would create a commission on reparations for Black Americans modeled on the process Japanese Americans went through to receive reparations for being imprisoned in internment camps during World War II.
Since COVID-19 started its spread around the world in 2020, the global economy has been put to the test with supply chain disruptions, price volatility for commodities, challenges in the job market, and declining income from tourism. The World Bank h
The national debt quietly pushed past $30 trillion on Jan. 31. But that is only the tip of the debt iceberg. The American taxpayer is on the hook for a lot more than that. In his podcast, Peter Schiff said US government borrowing and spending has tur
• http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com by Michael Snyd
That sure didn't last long. Over the past two years, the U.S. government borrowed and spent trillions of dollars that we did not have, and the Federal Reserve unwisely pumped trillions of fresh dollars into our financial system.
Last November, the Federal Reserve System announced tapering (a gradual reduction of the central bank's monthly asset purchases to the point of ending the asset purchase program, which means that the Fed would stop increasing its balance sheet). In