There’s no such thing as ‘inflation relief’ at the state level. We must see this scheme for what it is: bribing voters with their own money.
The cost of Americans’ July 4 cookouts increased 17 percent, or $10, from 2021, something the White House will not be able to boast about.
On inflation, John Maynard Keynes’s prescription for government economic management steered us wrong in the 1930s and still bedevils us.
Joe Biden contradicts his own Energy Secretary on whether suspending the federal gas tax will hurt the government’s ability to pay for infrastructure projects.
A House bill that seeks to bring ‘equity’ and ‘inclusion’ to the Fed is a grave threat to responsible monetary policy.
Though the Biden administration’s energy policies aren’t helping the problem, the surge is due primarily to global changes in supply and demand.
The nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget warned that the move will exacerbate inflation.