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History Repeats Itself: Housing Market Looking Similar To The 2008 Crash

The United States is heading toward a comparable situation that occurred in 2007 and resulted in the 2008 world monetary crisis – the housing market is about to crash. According to the latest data reported by Epoch Times, the gap between average prices for homes and median incomes are widening, this was part of what caused the last housing market crash: The U.S. economy is currently experiencing the hottest real estate market on record, the latest Realtor.com housing data show. According to the April report from Realtor.com, the median listing price advanced 14.2 percent year-over-year to $425,000. Housing experts suggest ...Continue reading

Biden Deflects Inflation Responsibility, Seeks to Deepen American Poverty

Former Vice President Joe Biden has refused to take responsibility for the rapidly rising cost of living in the United States. On the morning of May 11, 2022, Biden commented on the state of inflation, saying that it is unacceptably high and that reducing it is his top priority. He went on to deflect all blame and responsibility with the following statement. "[Reducing inflation] starts with the Federal Reserve, which plays a lead role in fighting inflation. [...] While I will never interfere with the Fed's independence, I believe we have built a strong economy and a strong labor market, ...Continue reading

Fauci Has Been Banking Big Checks For At Least A Decade

Dr. Anthony Fauci has been cashing in on around twenty-three “secret” royalty payments, sent to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for medical “research.” While the exact amount of money given to Dr. Fauci is still unknown, due to the NIH refusing to release that information (of course) – there has been more than $350 million accepted by Fauci and others from third parties between 2010 and 2020. “Last year, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) – Dr. Anthony Fauci’s employer – doled out $30 billion in government grants to roughly 56,000 recipients,” wrote Adam Andrzejewski in an article for ...Continue reading

Wheat Prices Soar Higher Than 2008, Caused By Rain And Drought

One of the most important food ingredients – wheat – has hit its highest price in 14 years. The reasons for the price spike are a combination of the difficulties farmers are experiencing with weather conditions that are on the extreme end – blizzards, floods, winter storms and high winds – which have hit North and South Dakota, impacting crops and reducing wheat yields. Zerohedge reported that spring wheat has reached $12.31 per bushel, the highest since 2008, caused in large part by the delayed planting as the United States and Canada had wet conditions that were usually out of ...Continue reading


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