Freedom News Digest: July 26, 2022 Federal Spending Is the Problem with Inflation

Little more can reasonable be aimed at, with respect to the people at large, than to have them properly armed and equipped…

— Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 29

July 26, 2022
Federal Spending Is the Problem with Inflation
Both conservatives and progressives are lamenting the soaring prices in the American economy. Not surprisingly, many of them are blaming the problem on Covid and, of course, on Russia. If only Covid hadn’t hit and if only Russia hadn’t invaded Ukraine, everything in the American economy would be hunky-dory. Progressives are now criticizing the Federal Reserve for threatening to bring an end to …
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