If the Supreme Court’s stay of Biden’s covid vaccine mandate ever gets lifted, the supply chain will collapse

The American Trucking Association (ATA) is celebrating the Supreme Court’s decision to put a stay on Joe Biden’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine-or-test” mandate for employers. In an announcement, President and CEO Chris Spear called the ruling “a tremendous victory on behalf of the trucking industry and workers and employers everywhere.” “Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court validates … Continue reading If the Supreme Court’s stay of Biden’s covid vaccine mandate ever gets lifted, the supply chain will collapse

Food inflation in the US about to reach a tipping point

Food inflation in the United States is reaching a tipping point. If the prices of food in groceries go up any further, industry executives warn that consumer spending habits may change. Throughout the year, American consumers have accepted the growing costs of basic food items at supermarkets and groceries. But companies that make many of the now more-costly … Continue reading Food inflation in the US about to reach a tipping point

Food prices continue to rise dramatically, with no relief in sight

American households are finding it increasingly more expensive to feed their families as food prices continue to rise steeply. Inflation data released last week showed that the price of food at home climbed 1.2 percent in September, which is a significant gain in the span of just a month and three times the inflation rate that … Continue reading Food prices continue to rise dramatically, with no relief in sight

Biden regime weighs deploying National Guard to militarize broken supply chain

After intentionally keeping the supply chain broken, the Biden regime is now considering sending in the troops to “fix” it. The White House says it might deploy National Guard troops to the nation’s ports to supposedly help address the supply chain “backlog” that is leaving many store shelves bare and causing prices to skyrocket. While such a deployment … Continue reading Biden regime weighs deploying National Guard to militarize broken supply chain

10 shortages that are getting worse

The global supply chain is in complete tatters. Tens of thousands of items and services are in short supply or can’t be found at all. This is leading to higher prices, a/k/a cost-push inflation, and a general decrease in the purchasing power of all fiat currencies, be it the US Dollar, the Japanese Yen or … Continue reading 10 shortages that are getting worse

India’s coronavirus caseload surges after lockdown

India reported 9,996 new coronavirus cases – as well as 357 deaths in 24 hours – on Wednesday. The figures bring the country’s total caseload to 276,583 and total deaths to 7,745, according to data from John Hopkins University. Over the weekend, the number of infections in the country surpassed Spain’s to become the fifth-highest in the world. India is … Continue reading India’s coronavirus caseload surges after lockdown

After enforcing the world’s most severe lockdown, is India ready to come out of it?

India now has 173,763 confirmed coronavirus cases and 4,980 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Its number of new cases continues to rise every day, which makes it a cause for concern for many public health experts. It’s also planning to emerge from lockdown pretty soon – a move experts fear will come at the worst possible time. Slowing, … Continue reading After enforcing the world’s most severe lockdown, is India ready to come out of it?

Waves of migrant workers returning to their home villages in India trigger concerns over second wave of small, localized outbreaks

Over 10 million people in India will migrate back to their hometowns as the world’s largest coronavirus lockdown starts scaling back. This may be one of the world’s largest migration events in this century, and many experts are concerned that it will trigger a new wave of coronavirus cases in India’s poorest and least prepared areas. At … Continue reading Waves of migrant workers returning to their home villages in India trigger concerns over second wave of small, localized outbreaks