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Buyers’ Strike? Everyone Knows the Housing Market Has Gone Nuts: Prices Spike but Sales Plunge

April 22, 2021

This article was written by Wolf Richter and originally published at Wolf Street While 17.4 million people are still claiming some kind of state or federal unemployment compensation, as the delinquency rate on FHA insured mortgages hit a record 17.5% and 2.3 million mortgages are still in forbearance, the beneficiaries of the Fed’s monetary policies are treating homes as leveraged…

Physicians, Scientists, Activists, and Residents Oppose Scheduled Release of GMO Mosquitoes in Florida

April 22, 2021

This article was written by B.N. Frank and originally published at Activist Post Biotech firm Oxitec plans to release genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys to combat dengue fever, but critics raise concerns about the impact on human health and the environment. This spring, the biotechnology company Oxitec plans to release genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Florida Keys….

Vaccine Passports vs. Freedom Itself

April 14, 2021

This article was written by Paul E. Alexander and originally published at American Institute For Economic Research To reject the creeping totalitarianism and dictatorship is the lifeblood of all freedom-loving individuals across the world. Those under despotic control yearn for freedom. We need only to look at the failing state of Hong Kong, where once freedom reigned and commerce enjoyed…

Infrastructure Bills Do Not Lead To Recovery, Only Increased Federal Control

April 8, 2021

This article was written by Brandon Smith and originally published at Birch Gold Group The concept of infrastructure stimulus has been hyped for decades as a kind of cure-all for economic decline. The propaganda runs parallel to the narrative of the “savior” of the Great Depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In fact, one cannot examine the presidency of FDR without being…

Prices Surge Broadly Across the Massive Service Sector

April 8, 2021

This article was written by Wolf Richter and originally published at Wolf Street Services are about two-thirds of the economy. During the Pandemic, discretionary services such as travel and entertainment have been hard hit, and consumer spending on services in February was still down 5.2% from a year ago. But the services sector is enormous, ranging from healthcare to tech,…

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