Economists predicted that we'd see 575,000 new jobs in November. A new Bureau of Labor Statistics report says only 210,000 were created.
During a speech to a conservative group this month, Hawley depicted a decline in masculinity as one of the nation's foremost problems. Really?
Turkey shows the danger of inflation and giving officials free rein to mess with money.
The president should be more worried about inflation, and government responsibility for it, than he's acting.
Warren's claim that oil companies are jacking up prices to turn a bigger profit doesn't stand up to even the slightest scrutiny.
The legislation will have a negative impact on the labor supply and send high prices soaring even higher.
New York Times Writer Sarah Jeong Says Inflation in the News Is Just 'Rich People Flipping Their Shit'
Are normal Americans worried about inflation? Jeong says nope, it's a ginned-up outrage because rich people's "parasitic assets aren’t doing as well as they’d like."
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But also be thankful that Americans have been spared the worst of soaring food costs.
The cost of interest on the national debt will soon be a huge chunk of change.
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A good way to know you’re living through high inflation is when you’re discouraged from talking about it.
The idea that massive government spending, hate speech laws, and gun control will improve America—when they failed horribly elsewhere—is a dangerous myth.
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As inflation increases, we need a low-debt environment.
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Many Politicians Claim That Increased Spending Sparks Economic Growth. Here's Why That's Misleading.
A new study finds that as the government expands, the private sector shrinks.
The Commerce Department is planning to hike tariffs on Canadian lumber from about 9 percent to more than 18 percent.
The economic aid package paid people not to work. So it's no surprise that many aren't working.
"It's an escape hatch from tyranny," writes the Human Rights Foundation's Alex Gladstein. "It's nothing less than freedom money."
Venezuela attempts to combat economic illiteracy with more economic illiteracy.
Reason's Nick Gillespie talks to libertarian economist Gene Epstein about Trump, free trade, and his monthly debates at the Soho Forum.
Continuing to keep interest rates near zero, as the past few years of that haven't done enough good.
Otherwise, evidence for positive outcome from quantitative easing slim, says study from Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.