More on the fallout from the SVB collapse and what it means for the U.S. economy. NBC News has more: Price growth cooled to an annual rate of 6% in February, according to data released Tuesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The annual reading was lower than January’s 6.4% year-over-year level and in line […]
The plan to minimize the losses of Silicon Valley Bank’s failure will induce more bad behavior and make it harder to argue against bailouts for other Americans and businesses. Listen Here:
The Silicon Valley Bank collapsed and left many worried that this could affect other banks. NBC News reports: President Joe Biden said Monday that people should “rest assured” after his administration acted to ease uncertainties about the banking system in the wake of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank last week, the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history. The […]
A Shaw University bus full of students was pulled over. Some students believe it was racially motivated and want the traffic stop investigated. Goupstate.com has more on the story: The Spartanburg and Cherokee Sheriff’s Offices released the body camera footage of an Oct. 5 traffic stop of a bus containing Shaw University students and […]
Despite what some democrats may think, the state of the economy is the #1 issue for voters in the upcoming midterms. Piers Morgan slams President Biden on his handling of the American economy. The New York Post has more: The eye-boggling irony of this absurdly disingenuous statement would not have been lost on America’s […]
There is no way to spin the terrible economic news – but that doesn’t mean people aren’t trying. Listen Here:
Vince welcomes Brian Echevarria, NC House candidate from district 73. They talk about the economy, Inflation, and CRT being taught in schools. Vince also touches on the war in Ukraine.
"The supply's not there, but the demand's there, so the prices go up."
The labor force continued to grow after losing more than 6 million Americans due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Another 347,000 workers came back, bringing the labor force participation rate to 61.5%, compared to 63.3% in February 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.