Let’s see if the rationales for stocking up on food or gold hold up to realistic expectations of what a natural, economic, or political catastrophe might bring.
Eateries like Franny’s in New York City can’t afford Obamacare regulations without huge price hikes.
Big government invisibly narrows economic and other possibilities for life, such as relationships, careers, entrepreneurship—even eating and drinking.
Rising prices and stagnant wages are a bad combination. Why are so many analysts pretending that it’s no big deal?
Yes, inflation is a real problem. The prices of major goods are rising faster than American incomes, straining family budgets.
Politicians insist that inflation is under control, just so long as you don’t include prices for food, education, health care, housing, or energy.
Food costs have outpaced other staple items this year. It doesn’t need to be that way.
Americans currently pay high taxes on food, clothing, automobiles, industrial inputs and other goods and services, and their own trade policy keeps it that way.
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