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Recession 2022: Much More Pain Is Coming

For years, the signs were everywhere for those who could see it. Governments aren’t prepared to deal with systemic crises, and when the Federal Reserve pumped massive amounts of liquidity into the banking system – first in 2008-2009 and then again in 2020 – this was a short-term fix that was bound to have long-term…

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Why China’s H-6 Bomber Makes Taiwan Freak Out

The H-6 bomber is no B-2 or even B-1B Lancer, that is for sure and is quite old by comparison. And yet, China keeps upgrading this weapon of war to keep getting ever more dangerous as time passes. Here is what one expert said about the bomber: When China wants to intimidate Taiwan and deliver a show of force with…

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CNN promotes overseas abortion pill scheme

The following article, CNN promotes overseas abortion pill scheme, was first published on BizPac Review. Harold Hutchison, DCNF CNN promoted a website that connects women with overseas pharmacies to provide abortion pills Tuesday in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to […] Continue reading CNN promotes overseas abortion pill scheme …

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Inflation and Time

This article was originally published in the Economic Forces newsletter. With higher rates of inflation in the news, I have been thinking a lot about how we measure inflation and how the general public talks about inflation. Price theory is all about relative prices. Sometimes the “all else equal” assumption in economics masks this idea.…

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You Should Care About Martin Van Buren

Even the most passionate history lover could be forgiven for not knowing much about Martin Van Buren — at least beyond the origin of “OK.” Time Magazine labeled him as one of America’s 10 most forgettable Presidents, and C-SPAN’s 2021 Presidential Historians Survey ranked him as America’s 34th best President, putting Van Buren far closer…

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Who’s Still Buying Fossil Fuels From Russia?

Who’s Still Buying Fossil Fuels From Russia? Despite looming sanctions and import bans, Russia exported $97.7 billion worth of fossil fuels in the first 100 days since its invasion of Ukraine, at an average of $977 million per day. So, which fossil fuels are being exported by Russia, and who is importing these fuels? The infographic below, via Visual Capitalist’s…