The US economy, despite the tight labor market, has been shot through the heart by Biden’s economic policies. The Biden Administration (aka, Obama’s third term as President) is giving government a bad name.
On the corporate side, US bankruptcies in 2023 had the worst start to a year since 2010 and the financial crisis.
On the personal finance side of the ledger, the delinqueny rate on credit cards is growing at the faster rate since 2010.
Throw in 22 straight months of negative REAL wage growth, and have a scary situation facing middle America.
And the shate of outstanding subprime auto debt (30 days or more delinquent) is up to the highest rate since … well, you know when. The financial crisis of 2009-2010.
The US middle class is living on a prayer, because Washington DC doesn’t care.
But don’t worry. Mayor Pete, the EPA and Ohio governor Mike DeWine claim the air is good to breath and the water safe to drink in East Palestine Ohio.
Why isn’t Greta Thunberg racing to Ohio to protest the dumping of toxic chemicals?
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