Biden Shrugs Off Inflation Share Tweet Email By The FirstTue, Jul 20, 2021Length 2:48 The Biden Administration spent $6 trillion dollars over the past year, and is on track to do the same in the coming year. Wayne Crews gives his view on the state of inflation in the U.S., and connects the dots on how regulation causes inflation. More Clips, Highlight, True Story with Mike Slater More Like This Pouring Gasoline on Biden’s Spending Fire Tue, Jul 6, 2021 The Biden Administration has asked for an unprecedented$6 trillion in new spending during his first 6 months in office. There is an incredible demand problem, our supply chain was severely damaged during the pandemic, and Biden is paying people to stay home and not work, which is further damaging the supply chain. We are facing … Americans Are Hurting In Biden’s Economy | Bill O’Reilly Mon, Jun 21, 2021 EVERYTHING is up 5 percent on average since Biden was elected, says Bill O’Reilly. Pelosi & Biden Are Abortion Extremists | Bill O’Reilly Tue, Aug 3, 2021 “Now that gives me some hope for the American people,” says Bill O’Reilly. The Great Marxist Land Grab Tue, Aug 3, 2021 Dana talks about House democrats requesting an eviction moratorium extension to President Joe Biden. Buried in National Debt Thu, Jul 29, 2021 We don’t talk enough about debt. Let’s face it: Interest rates are 25% higher, and the Federal Reserve said interest rates are increasing, with maybe no end in sight, at least in the foreseeable future. What do you think would happen when the government devalues your currency by spending money? The good news, is that Kyrsten Sinema blocked the Democrats $3.5 infrastructure bill. So, what’s the bad news? Well, the bad news is that the Bipartisan infrastructure bill, totaling $973 billion, just advanced in the Senate. Buckle up and let’s talk budget with Jesse Kelly. GDP expectations a swing-and-a-miss! Thu, Jul 29, 2021 Trish Regan, host of the Trish Regan show joins Buck to discuss the disappointing news on the economic front today as GDP growth failed to meet expectations.