“This will only be the beginning.”
Those six ominous words are not what many Americans will want to hear when it comes to the increased prices they’ve been paying for everyday purchases. Whenever I want to break the bad news to my audience about the state of out-of-control spending or inflation in the United States, I turn to my friend Jonathan Bydlak. Jonathan is director of the Governance program at the R Street Institute, and the creator of SpendingTracker.org – the first ever real-time spending site that tracks the fiscal records of Members of Congress. If you’re looking for a hard dose of reality, follow Jonathan on Twitter – @JBydlak – and find out how much your representatives vote for in spending each year:
Who’s really behind rising gas prices? Moscow or Washington D.C.?
I continued my on-going, in-depth coverage of the Russia–Ukraine conflict with insights you won’t find anywhere else, as Jonathan Bydlak joined me for the full hour.
Sanctions on Russia will shake the world economy for years
The war in Ukraine will dominate the news for the foreseeable future. But while the bombings will eventually cease, the economic consequences for the world have just begun. That's because in an era of increasing interconnectedness, economic impacts don't stop at borders.
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Testimony from: Sarah Wall, Government Affairs Region Manager, Northeast Region, R Street Institute In OPPOSITION to Senate Bill 367 - "An Act Concerning Electronic Delivery Systems and Vapor...