Economics
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November 11th, 2021
Bureau of Ingraving & Printing
The increase recorded in consumer prices — soaring 0.9% just for the month of October alone and 6.2% for the past 12 months — is stunning news. It is the fastest pace in over 30 years.
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November 3rd, 2021
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Some large corporations in America are selling the United States down the river.
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November 3rd, 2021
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In Wichita, Kansas, nearly half of the roughly 10,000 employees at aircraft companies Textron Inc and Spirit AeroSystems remain unvaccinated against COVID-19.
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November 1st, 2021
Container Ship Panama
Supply chain woes remind us how much our digital economy relies on blue-collar workers. Government policies have made it hard to find workers for unloading ships, trucking, warehousing, and more.
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August 11th, 2021
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Democrats pushed their expansive $3.5 trillion framework for bolstering family services, health, and environment programs toward Senate passage Tuesday, as Republicans unleashed an avalanche of amendments aimed at making their rivals pay a price in next year’s elections.
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August 9th, 2021
The $1 trillion infrastructure bill could change how cryptocurrency is taxed. Source: $1 trillion infrastructure bill: How two cryptocurrency amendments began a conversation on digital rights – Vox
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June 29th, 2021
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Over a year ago, seeing the immediate effect that quarantines, shutdowns, and lockdown policies were having on Western democracies, I put out my futile prayer: “Let’s Never Get Used to This.”
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June 18th, 2021
Money Pit
In our crowded media ecosystem, the biggest story of the week is one the White House is hoping you won’t notice. Inflation grew by 5 percent last month, the sharpest increase in 13 years.
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May 17th, 2021
Dr. Ben Carson
America’s fiscal house is not in order. The government spends trillions more than it takes in every year. For decades, our politicians have been more concerned with making speeches and raiding the treasury than sound economics and fiscal responsibility.
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March 19th, 2021
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In an effort to get Congress functioning once again—not to mention a desperate attempt to ensure their reelection—Democrats are proposing to revive congressional earmarks.
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