While gas prices are falling slightly, inflation is still at an all-time high. The consumer price index has reported an 8.3% increase, leaving many Americans struggling to afford necessities. The DOJ continues its probe into former President Donald Trump. They have recently subpoenaed 30 more people who have had ties to the former President. Vice President […]
Analysis from the Joint Committee on Taxation finds the manufacturing sector will bear a massive and disproportionate share of the new tax burden imposed by Democrats’ newly-passed Inflation Reduction Act. And Democrats believe the best way to reclaim the mantle of The Party of the Working Class is to hire 87,000 IRS agents, obviously.
After touting 0% inflation for July, Democrats rammed through the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act.” Just as they redefined terms like “recession” and “raid,” perhaps this is a similar phenomena. It’s inflation that doesn’t identify as inflation. Hence, it’s transflation.
President Joe Biden delivered prepared remarks touting the Senate’s proposed Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. He also said the economy doesn’t sound like it’s in a recession to him, before quickly exiting the room while ignoring reporters’ questions.
Answer: When Democrats need an economic win. We’ve long understood that a recession is two consecutive quarters of economic contraction – which we have. But with Democrat electoral prospects dim, the White House is trying to convince Americans they’re not in a recession.
In this hour, refusal to comply with Covid restrictions leads to arrests in Alberta, Canada. How inflation is affecting families across America, Plus, City Council candidate Kyle Luebke joins the program to talk about election day in Charlotte.