Month: May 2017

Your Grandpa Was Right: Stuff Was Cheaper Back In His Day

  Contrary to what “economists” say, economic globalization has been a disaster for American consumers: offshoring has cost millions of Americans their jobs, and we didn’t even get the “cheap […]

1 In 3 Millennials Still Live At Home

According to a recent study by Fidelity, and the Stanford Center on Longevity, three quarters of boomer parents claim that they are still financially supporting their (adult) children in some way. […]

Congress Earmarks $1.5 Billion To Fix Fences, But Nothing For The Wall

Although today’s Congressional budget agreement, which will be voted on in the next few days, disperses over $1 trillion to various government departments, it allocates only $1.5 billion additional dollars […]