As Washington blames our woes on a war half a world away… investors and consumers are watching their portfolios shrink and their savings disappear.
Last year’s infrastructure spending bill was touted as a good deal… one that would practically pay for itself. Well… there’s a bump in the road. And to fix it, we’ll all have to pay more.
As our great nation faces a painful, politically created recession and what just may be one of the most chaotic times in its history, it’s vital we understand what it means to love our country.
A trip to Mexico has Joel wondering what he really knows…
We’ve got problems in America. What we care about is getting perverted and troubled. But we know how to fix it.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen made the rounds on the White House apology tour this week. But her half-baked mea culpa is too little, too late.
Readers ask about interest rates and where to park their money. Andy responds…
We’re in big trouble. Thanks to rising interest rates, America doesn’t have the money to pay her bills. What happens next?
Times aren’t good. We’re going from one government-fueled (and solved?) mess to the next. What happens when the messes get worse?
Last week was hell for retailers. Just as companies geared up for big sales, the inflation monster crept into Joe Sixpack’s wallet and stole his purchasing power. But what’s happening was inevitable…