Report: Californians Relocating to Mexico to Avoid Inflation, Crime

Once sworn into office, President Joe Biden criticized his predecessor’s “inhumane” border policies that triggered a crisis along America’s southern border. The media captured images of illegals celebrating crossing the border wearing Joe Biden t-shirts as they were entering Baja, California. A little more than one year later, Californians are going the other way to avoid the skyrocketing cost of living and out-of-control crime. According to a CNBC report titled, “The … Continue reading Report: Californians Relocating to Mexico to Avoid Inflation, Crime

US Farmer Sentiment Dives As Ag Input-Costs Skyrocket

Despite strong commodity prices, farmer sentiment in the United States deteriorated sharply in May as producers are anxious about their farm’s financial health and prospects. Last month, farmer sentiment dropped to its lowest level since April 2020, down 22 points, according to the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer sentiment index. The rapid rise in production costs and uncertainty regarding the direction of input prices have been … Continue reading US Farmer Sentiment Dives As Ag Input-Costs Skyrocket

Food inflation in the U.S. breaks 42-year record… and there’s no end in sight

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) exceeded expectations, rising by 8.3 percent in April as food inflation broke a 42-year record. Everything from meat to dairy to baby products and beyond is now up about 10.8 percent on average at grocery stores. And sadly, the situation is likely to get even worse in the coming weeks and months. The following breakdown shows the percentage at which food … Continue reading Food inflation in the U.S. breaks 42-year record… and there’s no end in sight

Inflation, supply-chain issues and product recalls lead to ‘unprecedented’ shortage in baby formula. Just don’t try making it at home

Baby formula is the latest product that’s becoming increasingly hard to find. For months, securing baby formula for parents has been a struggle, as supply-chain setbacks have gradually taken a toll, but those problems were compounded when Abbott Nutrition — a company that makes three major formula brands Similac, EleCare and Alimentum — recalled products in February. Abbott asked consumers to return products due to contamination concerns at … Continue reading Inflation, supply-chain issues and product recalls lead to ‘unprecedented’ shortage in baby formula. Just don’t try making it at home

Inflation, food shortages and the ongoing energy crisis are all coinciding with escalating war

(Natural News) Many people seem to falsely believe that the Russia-Ukraine conflict will remain isolated to Europe and not affect us in any substantial way here in the United States. This is a grave error, however. America and many other countries, for that matter, are already facing one of the worse energy crises since the 1970s. And it turns out that Russia is one of the … Continue reading Inflation, food shortages and the ongoing energy crisis are all coinciding with escalating war