Inflation Fears Are Justified -NOW

As American society is working towards reestablishing its sense of normality from the Covid 19 pandemic, citizens are seeing price jumps on everyday materials across the landscape of global production from cars and computers to lumber and food. When consumer demand continues to increase with record backlogs of supply, inflation risks intensify across the market. Semiconductors, steel, lumber, cotton, housing, computers, cars and certain foods are all amongst the industries experiencing the most production difficulty. According to a JPMorgan Chase report, global manufacturing output prices are at the highest levels…

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New Florida Law Protects Ballot Boxes

Ron DeSantis

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) this week signed a bill that aims to improve election security by restricting access to ballot boxes. Similar measures are under consideration in Texas and Arizona. The law, which passed without support from Democrats, is among several election reform measures championed by DeSantis following reports of voter fraud during the 2020 election. Details include: Absentee voters must submit new requests each election cycle. Absentee requests must include a DLN, state ID, or Social Security number. Members of the general public cannot distribute food/water to voters…

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Report: Democratic States Lost Double the Jobs Than Republican States in Pandemic

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According to a recent study, states that voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential election lost more than twice the number of jobs during the pandemic on average than states who voted for Donald Trump. According to a report from the Daily Mail, states that voted for Biden on average lost 6.2 percent of jobs, while states that voted for Trump only lost 2.5 percent of jobs. The Daily Mail analysis cites one of the main reasons for the difference in job loss rates could be the varying severity of…

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