Rising Inflation

Army Directs Financially Strapped Soldiers to Welfare, Food Stamps as Recruitment Numbers Continue to Tumble

The Army has directed members who are struggling to make ends meet to supplement their income through government assistance programs.

Indiana Gov Signs Pro-Life Tax Refund Bill

The state is supporting parenthood and adoption.

Republicans Leading Midterm Race for House: Poll

CBS poll finds Republicans in lead for control of House ahead of the 2022 midterm elections by at least 25 seats.

Here’s Why The Media Don’t Want You To Know About The Massive Protests Going On Around The Globe

Discontent with left-wing policy failures is triggering massive protests all over the world. Just don’t expect to read all about it in the New York Times.

Abortion Access Tops House Agenda as Congress Returns From Recess

Lawmakers start shuffling back to Washington on Monday after a two-week break and will commence the first round of legislative business since the Supreme Court overturned nationwide abortion rights.

Memorial Day Travel: Millions Plan Trips Despite Record High Gas Prices

The record-high gas prices are hitting hard ahead of the Memorial Day weekend with analysts predictoing an 8 percent increase in travel compared to...

San Antonio Texas Hit Hardest by Baby Formula Shortage – 56 Percent of Retailers Have None

A local news outlet reported that parents in San Antonio, Texas, are struggling the most in the U.S. to get the formula their infants need, with 56 percent of retailers reporting empty shelves.

The Inflation Draining Your Wallet, Grocery Cart, and Gas Tank Is Far Steeper Than 8 Percent

The Labor Department’s March inflation numbers released this month skyrocketed past February’s, hitting a 12-month increase of 8.5 percent and the steepest annual increase since 1981.

Inflation Is Top Economic Concern for Americans: Gallup Poll

Americans are increasingly concerned about rising inflation, which is at its highest level in almost 40 years, according to a new Gallup poll released on March 29.

Ukraine War Causing Food Shortages In Fragile Middle East

Layal Aswad was already exhausted by Lebanon’s devastating two-year economic collapse. Now, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sends food and energy prices soaring even further, she finds herself struggling to put food on the table for her family of four.

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