Blog/USA Current Events

American Household Debt Surpasses $16 Trillion

American household has reached a new high, according to a report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Total household debt has surpassed $16 trillion for the [...]

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Unborn Babies May be Filed as Dependents in Georgia

Georgia law states that life begins at conception. Aside from cases of rape and incest, or if the mother’s life is in danger, abortions are prohibited in the [...]

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AOC Reaches New Low and Fakes Arrest for Publicity

I feel embarrassed for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the “Squad” members who collectively cannot form one original thought. These women do not have a leg to [...]

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Starbucks Flees Crime-Ridden Cities

People are less likely to splurge for their daily morning $6 coffee amid a looming recession, and Starbucks stock is down over 30% this year. However, another main [...]

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Consumer Spending for Father’s Day

Inflation will not deter Americans from celebrating Father’s Day. Consumers are expected to spend $20 billion on Father’s Day this year, according to the [...]

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The First Observed Juneteenth

Today marks the first official observance of Juneteenth. The holiday was declared in 2021, but this is the first year that US stock and bond markets will cease [...]

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Happy Father’s Day

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Credit Card Debt on the Rise

The various handouts and moratoriums during the pandemic drove the personal savings rate down to World War II levels. Everything was closed – there weren’t many [...]

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California Proposes Gas Stimulus Checks

Free handouts will not combat inflation. The politicians (or their advisors) know this fact but continue to issue free money in exchange for votes. Governor Newsom [...]

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Buttigieg Blames Private Sector for Formula Shortage

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, the man who suggested everyone immediately switch to electric vehicles to combat the “Putin gas hike,” has a new [...]

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