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- The Bureau of Labor Statistics said on Tuesday that consumer prices rose three-tenths of a percentage point in August. That represents an acceleration of inflation compared with July, when the month-to-month figure was unchanged compared with the prior month.
On a year-over-year basis, the Consumer Price Index was up 8.3 percent. This was more than the 8.1 percent annual gain forecast by economists. It was down compared with a month earlier, when the CPI had a year-over-year gain of 8.5 percent.
Two economic figures meant to capture underlying pricing pressures rose sharply in August, indicating that the economy is still experiencing a very high inflation.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland calculates both median inflation and “16 percent trimmed mean” inflation, measures that exclude outlier moves in prices that counted in the Consumer Price Index to reveal underlying inflationary pressures. Both showed that inflation accelerated in August.
The median Consumer Price Index, which reflects only measures in the center of CPI’s prices changes, rose 0.7 percent compared with the prior month, an acceleration from the 0.5 percent increase recorded in June. The unrounded figure of 0.73789 percent is the highest on record, slightly above the previous record of 0.73078 percent set in June.
- The “Inflation Reduction Act” spends billions of dollars subsidizing green energy projects, subsidies for electric cars, and propping up government-subsidized health care.
But the cost of health insurance and energy keeps rising.
- Health insurance rose 2.4 percent over the past month and up 24.3 percent from the previous year. Electricity prices rose 1.5 percent from the previous month, and natural gas rose 3.5 percent. B
- Despite Temporarily Lower Gasoline Prices, August Inflation Skyrockets with Biggest Jump in Food Prices Since 1979
- Today the world’s second largest appliance manufacturer, Electrolux, announced a collapse of corporate earnings
- (Electrolux) – […] Market demand for core appliances in Europe and the US so far in the third quarter is estimated to have decreased at a significantly accelerated pace compared with the second quarter, driven by the impact of high inflation on consumer durables purchases and low consumer confidence. High retailer inventory levels have amplified the impact of the slowdown in consumer demand.
- Biden’s administration has “leased fewer acres of land for oil and gas drilling on federal lands and waters than any administration in the last 76 years,” according to the Daily Caller and Wall Street Journal.
- According to new data from the Department of the Interior, just 126,228 acres of federal land has been issued for drilling during Biden’s tenure as President so far. It’s the least since President Harry Truman allocated 65,658 acres of land from 1945 to 1946.
- However, during that time, the government didn’t yet control offshore drilling leases, the report notes.
Oh wow, this isn't going to end well… https://t.co/ws4bzGjPO3
— Jason Epstein (@Southfive) September 12, 2022
- President Biden’s involvement in stalled labor talks indicates just how serious the White House is taking the possibility of a work stoppage. Most of the railroad unions involved in contract disputes have reached agreements or were very close (as of Monday), while two unions totaling more than 100,000 workers are prepared to strike on Friday if contracts aren’t signed.
- The poll comes from Rasmussen Reports in the wake of Biden’s disastrous Red Sermon, where he went to Philadelphia to declare war on half the country, those of us who dare support former President Trump.
- By demonizing half the country, Biden, his fellow Democrats, and the corporate media are hoping to do two things: 1) change the subject away from the recession that Biden and his disastrous policies plunged America into, and 2) improve his polling by throwing this fascist meat at the fascist left-wing base.
- The firm has more than 34 million brokerage accounts
- Fidelity launched a bitcoin-trading business for hedge funds and other institutional investors in 2018, and earlier this year allowed corporate clients to add the digital asset to the 401(k) retirement plans it manages for them. Now, the Boston firm is working toward bringing crypto to its more than 34.4 million brokerage accounts, the people said.
- A motion in limine is a “pretrial motion asking that certain evidence be found inadmissible, and that it not be referred to or offered at trial,” according to Cornell’s Legal Information Institute. The Special Counsel’s motion to include the evidence against Danchenko reveals that the FBI was aware of his activities as early as July 2016.
- “It is truly crazy that our ‘free press’ continues to frame Trump as coordinating with Russians when in fact, Clinton campaign HIRED Russian who provided disinformation re Trump that allowed spying on Trump campaign,” Cleveland added.
Suing Musk was a delay tactic. They could never not in a million years EVER have him take possession of the company.
He’d trapped them and they’ve always been trapped and now everybody is going to see just how trapped they are.
- The authoritarian Prime Minister of New Zealand has finally dropped all remaining pandemic restrictions, but not before she subjected her country to discrimination and terror for failing to comply with her demands.
- “People will use masks for their own individual reasons. They may personally be vulnerable. They may have events they want to make sure they’re not unwell for. They may not have had Covid-19. We all just need to respect everyone’s individual decisions” Ardern said.
- A team of nine experts from Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and other top universities has published paradigm-shifting research about the efficacy and safety of the COVID-19 vaccines and why mandating vaccines for college students is unethical.
- This 50-page study, which was published on The Social Science Research Network at the end of August, analyzed CDC and industry-sponsored data on vaccine adverse events, and concluded that mandates for COVID-19 boosters for young people may cause 18 to 98 actual serious adverse events for each COVID-19 infection-related hospitalization theoretically prevented.
- the study pointed out, students at universities in America, Canada, and Mexico are being told they must have a third dose of the vaccines against COVID-19 or be disenrolled. Unvaccinated high school students who are just starting college are also being told the COVID-19 vaccines are “mandatory” for attendance.
- These mandates are widespread. There are currently 15 states which continue to honor philosophical (personal belief) exemptions, and 44 states and Washington, D.C. allow religious exemptions to vaccines. But even in these states, private universities are telling parents they will not accept state-recognized vaccine exemptions.
- 1) Lack of policymaking transparency. The scientists pointed out that no formal and scientifically rigorous risk-benefit analysis of whether boosters are helpful in preventing severe infections and hospitalizations exists for young adults.
- 2) Expected harm. A look at the currently available data shows that mandates will result in what the authors call a “net expected harm” to young people. This expected harm will exceed the potential benefit from the boosters.
- 3) Lack of efficacy. The vaccines have not effectively prevented transmission of COVID-19. Given how poorly they work—the authors call this “modest and transient effectiveness”—the expected harms caused by the boosters likely outweigh any benefits to public health.
- 4) No recourse for vaccine-injured young adults. Forcing vaccination as a prerequisite to attend college is especially problematic because young people injured by these vaccines will likely not be able to receive compensation for these injuries.
- 5) Harm to society. Mandates, the authors insisted, ostracize unvaccinated young adults, excluding them from education and university employment opportunities. Coerced vaccination entails “major infringements to free choice of occupation and freedom of association,” the scientists wrote, especially when “mandates are not supported by compelling public health justification.”