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Housing Starts Plunge 9.6%, Raising Recession Fears

The number of housing starts tumbled in July, an indication that the housing market is taking a hit and may be falling into a recession.

New Yorkers Flee Big Apple Amid Surging Rents, High Taxes

New York City is one of the most expensive markets worldwide. Due to surging housing costs, high taxes and the negative effects of COVID-lockdowns, a rising number of New York residents are fleeing the Big Apple.

The ‘Inflation Reduction Act’: The Green New Deal’s New Look?

Although our legacy media have dutifully described the Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)/Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) climate bill as the “Inflation Reduction Act,” it’s no stretch to call that a misnomer.

Americans Deeper in Debt as Credit Card Spending Spikes Amid Inflation

Many consumers are leaning on their credit cards more and more as the price of everyday goods continues to climb.

Trump Warns Something Worse Than Recession Is Coming

Former President Donald Trump has warned that America’s economy is on track for a bigger disaster than a recession.

U.S. Enters Recession Under Biden

U.S. economy shrank 0.2% in the June quarter, 0.9% on an annualized basis.

Top Federal Reserve Officials With Known Links to China Still Have Their Jobs, Senate Republican Report Says

The Chinese government carried out a decade-long information theft campaign against the Federal Reserve, a report released Tuesday from Republican members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs revealed.

1 in 5 Americans Are Skipping Meals As Long Lines At Food Banks Make a Comeback Under Biden

A new poll indicates more than one in every five Americans are skipping meals to help combat soaring food prices under President Biden, while...

More Than Sixty Years After ‘Liberation,’ Cuba Is a Communist Slave State

In his book Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Robert Nozick has a chapter named "The Tale of the Slave" in which he explains the nine phases from the most restrictive to more liberating states of slavery.

75 Percent of ‘Poorly Targeted’ $800 Billion PPP Money Sent to Unintended Recipients: Study

A multi-billion-dollar pandemic-era stimulus program meant chiefly to help small businesses keep staff on the payroll and hire back laid off employees was poorly...

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