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

Missing a Package? Far-Left Policing Policies Might Be to Blame.

If you’re missing a package from Amazon, UPS, REI, or just about any major shipping company, your goods may be strewn across train tracks in Los Angeles. In a series of videos posted to social media by CBSLA photojournalist John Schreiber, countless looted packages from cargo containers – including unused COVID tests, fishing lures, epi-pens, and more – can be seen looted or dumped around the Union Pacific Intermodal Facility in Downtown Los Angeles. Schreiber notes that cargo trains are often targeted by thieves in the liberal-run city due to their high value and ease of access. As the trains