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35% of Millennials Have Parents Pay At Least One Bill for Them—24% Have Parents Pay Their Rent

"Third of respondents find it difficult to find helpful resources to manage their finances."

Service Member Karolina Stancik Speaks Out About Her COVID Vaccine Injury

Karolina Stancik joined The Gateway Pundit’s Twitter Space on January 25th to discuss the military vaccine mandates and share the heartbreaking story of the vaccine injury that resulted from the mandate.

GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932

The latest numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis show that the U.S. economy grew by 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter of last year, and 2.1 percent for 2022.

House Democrats Seek to End Federal Debt Limit

Democrat Rep. Bill Foster of Illinois introduced the End the Threat of Default Act that removes the $31.381 trillion limit on how much the...

Debt Ceiling Hysteria and Hypocrisy

This week the US government reached its 31.4 trillion dollars borrowing limit, better known as the “debt ceiling.”

Biden Continues to See Low Approval Ratings Despite Midterm Results

President Joe Biden witnessed some of the lowest approval ratings of his administration despite moderating price levels and the Democratic Party avoiding severe midterm losses, according to a new poll from Reuters.

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain Expected To Step Down From Biden Admin.

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain is expected to step down from his position in the coming weeks, The New York Times reported, citing anonymous senior administration officials.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Calls House Republicans ‘Irresponsible’ For Wanting Spending Cuts Amid Debt Ceiling Battle

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen asserted on Saturday that House Republicans attempting to negotiate spending cuts amid the renewed debt ceiling battle are “very irresponsible.”

U.S. Treasury Buys Time for Biden and GOP on Debt Limit Deal

The U.S. government bumped up against its debt limit Thursday, prompting the Treasury Department to take “extraordinary” accounting steps to avoid default — as friction between President Joe Biden and House Republicans raised concern about whether the U.S. can sidestep an economic crisis.

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