The Institute for Supply Management’s Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index fell to 52.8 percent in July, off 0.2 points from 53.0 percent in June (50 is neutral). July is the 26th consecutive reading above the neutral threshold, but the level is down sharply from the March 2021 peak (see the top of the first chart). The
In my previous two columns I reviewed the basic economics of price ceilings and price floors. In this column, the third in this series, I’ll look at a relatively rare set of goods and services that are best analyzed economically as goods and services that are exchanged in markets in which government sets a price
Quemoy and Matsu, officially known as the Kinmen and Lienchiang Counties, respectively, are groups of islands located directly off the coast of mainland Communist China, but are under the administration of the Republic of China, Taiwan. In the Second Taiwan Strait Crisis, also called the 1958 Taiwan Strait Crisis, the People’s Republic of China shelled
Elizabeth Warren thinks the government hasn’t spent enough And @SenWarren concludes the government just hasn’t spent enough. https://t.co/tZGttmcXM0 — Nick Freitas (@NickForVA) August 2, 2022 The post Elizabeth Warren thinks the government hasn’t spent enough appeared first on Liberty Tree.
Ever since the first European cases of monkeypox were confirmed in early May 2022, many suspected smallpox or monkeypox would become the next global pandemic to justify continued tyranny and the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset. Indeed, in early December 2021, media started signaling that smallpox might be the next pandemic. As it turns out, monkeypox1 is the same
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How Beer Drinking Habits Have Changed Since COVID More people are opting to drink beer at home than they did before the pandemic, according to Statista’s Consumer Market Outlook. You will find more infographics at Statista While it’s true that most people would still choose to go for a drink at the pub or in a restaurant
Europe Has Lost The Energy War Authored by Thomas Fazi via UnHerd.com, After a decade of financial austerity, is Europe now on the brink of a new age of energy austerity? The city of Hanover has recently introduced strict energy-saving rules that include cutting off the hot water in public buildings, swimming pools, sports halls and gyms,
By Selwyn Duke “Study: Lockdowns Save NO Lives. Are Politicians Destroying the Economy for NOTHING?” So wrote The New American (TNA) on April 23, 2020 — in the “pandemic’s” early days. It was one of many examples of TNA and other individuals and entities warning over and over again, early on, that the Covid lockdowns were ineffective at
Around the Web – Original Source: libertysentinel.org By Chris Wright, 8/1/22 The Biden administration is closing gaps in the border wall in Arizona, despite Joe Biden’s promise he would not build “another foot” of Trump’s border wall. Wouldn’t you love to know why Biden wants to build the wall, especially since Democrats have called the