Dollar Dumped After Soaring CPI, Crypto & Crude Jump Hot CPI and hawkish FedSpeak were just too much for BTFDers to hold on to gains. Highest headline CPI in 39 years, 9th straight month of real wage loss, and Fed’s Bullard going full-hawktard… *Fed’s Bullard: Four Rate Rises in 2022 Now Appear Likely –WSJ *Bullard:
US Record Smallest Monthly Budget Deficit Since December 2019 After spending like a drunken sailor over the past two years, and even launching helicopter money to fund its unprecedented spending spree in the post-covid era, the US has become borderline austere in recent months. According to the latest Treasury monthly statement, in December, the US
Quebec is announcing that it will impose a “health tax” on citizens who refuse to be injected with a COVID-19 vaccine. Quebec Premier François Legault made the announcement in Montreal on Tuesday afternoon. “The vaccine is the key to fight the virus,” Legault said on Tuesday. “This is why we’re looking for a health contribution
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Martin Luther King Jr’s message has been tragically lost and buried and replaced with great and destructive distortions.
On Tuesday, Fauci was caught on a hot mic calling Sen. Roger Marshall a “moron” after he was asked about his financial disclosures.
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Click here to view original web page at thepostmillennial.com Once again consumer prices have sharply risen, marking the largest increase in annual inflation in nearly four decades. The consumer price index rose 0.5 percent in December, following hot on the heels of a 0.8 percent increase in November , the Labor Department revealed on Wednesday.