September 13, 2023

Economists are predicting that inflation probably spiked this summer. That seems like a pretty “doh” statement, taking a page from “The Simpson’s” Homer. They cite the two costs that directly torpedo our budgets: food and energy. The fact that most people feel inflation every day is an understatement and explains the latest US Census report on poverty; Not to mention why election experts are issuing a particularly dire warning about 2024; If we think things are bad now CEOs are ‘essentially’ saying their workers should have a Plan B; NASA will finally unveil their report on UAPs or ‘Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena,’ but will they admit they exist or label them as more misidentified weather balloons? Go beyond the headlines…

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