NELLES: Those ‘Transitory’ Supply Chain Issues? Uh, They’re Here for a While, And Here’s Why…

Do you remember being told inflationary pressures were transitory? You were told the same thing about the supply chain issues, and that our Secretary of Transportation, Mayor Pete, would fix everything once he returned from paternity leave. Much like inflation, the supply chain disaster is not transitory, and will likely be with us through 2023, when a pending global recession and stagflation will allow it to recover. There are four major drivers of the supply chain problems the global economy is facing: challenges in Asia, ocean freight and port issues, over-the-road trucking issues, and labor. Challenges in Asia. Asia is a

NELLES: Biden Could Quickly Arrest Inflation With These Steps… If He Really Wanted To.

Despite prior warnings, the 39-year high in U.S. inflation was still received as a “surprise” by many. “The pace of inflation escalated to 6.8% from 6.2% in the prior month… more than triple the Federal Reserve’s 2% target… the highest rate since July 1982,” per MarketWatch. Using the inflation formula that was used in the 1970s, inflation is above 13 percent. The formula was changed in 1980 to downplay the inflation risk and to manipulate public opinion. In addition, “soaring inflation is outstripping the biggest worker wage increases in decades. Inflation-adjusted hour pay was 1.9 percent lower in November compared

These Gun Myths Are Driving Biden’s Anti-2nd Amendment Policy Push.

The numbers are maddening and heartbreaking:  614 Chicagoans were shot in July 2021, compared to 561 in the same month last year, per the NBC5 Chicago.   According to the same report, there have been 1,973 shootings in the city, with 2,471 total victims during the first seven months of this year.  Both of those numbers are up over last year’s statistics and dwarf the numbers in 2019, when there were 1,210 shootings and 2,471 total victims. There have been 445 homicides in Chicago through the end of July 2021.  To put the homicide number in perspective, from Memorial Day

GRAPHICS: Biden’s ‘America Last’ Ideas Crushed the Working Class in Just 100 Days.

America’s poor have suffered tremendously over the past 14 months. Now comes the real pain. Inflation rose at its fastest pace in 12 years during April, per the U.S. Department of Labor. The Consumer Price Index was up 4.2 percent from a year earlier. Per CNBC, the “increase in the annual headline CPI rate was the fastest since September 2008, while the monthly gain in core inflation was the largest since 1981.” Just over one year ago oil producers had to pay their customers to take delivery of crude oil due to the massive drop-off in travel driven by the