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Shortages, Shipping, Shutdowns Hit Asian Factory Output

(Associated Press) Shortages of power, computer chips and other parts, soaring shipping costs and shutdowns of factories to battle the pandemic are...

Medicare Premiums Likely to Increase Under Biden’s $3.5 Trillion Bill

(Hannah Cox, Foundation for Economic Education) President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill is likely to come up for a vote...

Health Workers Once Saluted as Heroes Now Get Threats

(Associated Press) More than a year after U.S. health care workers on the front lines against COVID-19 were saluted as heroes with...

The Fed’s ‘Dangerous’ Path Toward Debt Monetization

(Stefan Gleason, Money Metals News Service) A prominent U.S. Senator just called the head of the nation’s central bank “dangerous.” Unfortunately, the true...

Hunter Biden Still Has $464K in China-Linked Firm That Allegedly Funds Slavery

(Joshua Palandino, Headline USA) President Joe Biden promised the American people that he and his family members would rescind their foreign investments,...

Psaki Won’t Recognize Economic Reality Because She Thinks It’s Mean

(Brad Polumbo, Foundation for Economic Education) Ayn Rand famously quipped, “You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”

Man Delivering Flowers Attacks Woman in Her Home

(FOX 5 Atlanta) Sabrina Wynn shared a home surveillance video on social media of the man she said attacked her after delivering...

Dollar Tree Breaks the $1 Barrier as Costs Take a Bite

(Associated Press) Dollar Tree embedded in its very name what it stands for: Behind these doors, everything can be had for just...

Consumer Confidence Slides; Yellen Warns on Debt

(Associated Press) U.S. consumer confidence declined for the third straight month in September as the rapidly-spreading delta variant of the coronavirus extends...

Congress Faces Government Shutdown Thursday

(The Center Square) Congress faces a potential government shutdown this week as Democrats and Republicans wrestle over several trillion dollars in federal...