Tag Archives: inflation

Crossroads or fork in the road – dead ends ahead?

The constant meme, mainstream or alternative media, seems to be that 2022 is all about major changes – both those which happened in the first half of the year (almost over) or will supposedly happen. Now, astute (and the few … Continue reading

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Our booming economy – take our poll now!

(Warning – it is a fake poll, but tell us here at The Price of Liberty anyway!) (Shadow Statistics claim that the REAL rate (as once measured) is three times this amount right now.) Who is to blame for galloping … Continue reading

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The blame game – Inflation edition

There is no doubt that inflation has gotten much worse here in the States in the last year and a half. And despite the impression of many people, we’ve been suffering inflation for several years – and I mean severe … Continue reading

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The blame game – Uncle Joe holds the bag?

Readers of The Price of Liberty understand (or at least we HOPE you do) that our organization and publication are NOT fans of the honorable Uncle Joe – the “big guy” who gets his cut. But we often have to … Continue reading

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Thank you, Uncle Joe!

Saw this on one of my professional literature websites the other day. Assuming that the BLS is not lying (and if they were, it would be almost certainly in the direction of showing LOWER inflation numbers, not higher), this shows … Continue reading

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More on starvation and famine: facets of collapse

Readers may have noted a bit of discussion online recently on TPOL concerning food supplies and the tactics of fearmongering we see and hear today. There is obviously a lot more to the situation that we can discussed in a … Continue reading

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Growing economy or rushing to disaster?

By Nathan Barton According to Investing.com, the Standard and Poors (S&P) 500 is at all-time highs, reaching over 3,000 in the last few days. The NASDAQ is over 8,000, the Dow Jones Industrial over 27,000. (This is in general over … Continue reading

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Bitcoin vs. History

By L. Reichard White With Bitcoin having broken $19,000 per coin – and fluctuating like the Prez in a negotiation – it and the many other cryptocurrencies built on block-chain technology are a real phenom. Will they last in any … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #14-46D: Religion, public life, and government

By Nathan Barton Good morning!  Let us start by looking at some stories about religion, public life, and government. Colorado Springs School tells kids: Stop praying to Jesus, singing Amazing Grace. Christian students at a Colorado public high school were told … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #14-33E: Economics, the depressing science

by Nathan Barton Good morning.  Economics can be fun, if you enjoy getting depressed.  Too many downers for me.  Of course, those who are not blind can see the constant drum of bad news for most sectors of our economy, … Continue reading

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