President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Neel Kashkari said Democrats are responsible for economic problems facing the US. In an interview Sunday, Kashkari pointed out that Biden’s officials falsely denied that inflation would get out of hand and now they are trying to change the definition of a recession.
According to recent polls, the economy is the number one issue on the minds of voters headed into the midterms. Inflation hit a 40-year high at the beginning of February and a new 40-year high of 7.9 percent last week. To put that number into perspective, economists have said inflation is typically around 2 percent. David Scranton, CEO and founder of Sound Income Strategies, joined OAN’s Alicia Summers to discuss.
A new poll claims Republicans would get a slight advantage over Democrats in the House of Representatives after this year’s midterms. According to CBS News’ “battleground tracker,” the GOP would secure 230 seats in the House this November while Democrats would hold 205 seats.
With the House of Representatives heading towards its summer recess, the House Minority Leader updated the press in his first solo conference since March. On Friday, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) explained his worries about the future while addressing issues he believes have been caused by unified Democrat control of Washington
President Joe Biden claims America is not in a recession despite economists saying otherwise. One America’s Lexington Howe has more.
President Joe Biden insists US is not in a recession, despite back to back negative GDP report. One America’s Stella Escobedo caught up with Republican Strategist, Rory McShane to discuss.
President Joe Biden claims the latest proposed reconciliation package will bring down rampant inflation. During a press conference at the White House Thursday, he asserted the bill will lower the cost of living for Americans and even cut the federal deficit.
While Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is defending his “about-face” on the Inflation Reduction Act, Republicans are criticizing the bill. On Thursday, Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) said it’s absurd to raise taxes on “job creators” during a recession.
Americans are facing pain at the pump, rising consumer prices, increased crime rates and an open border. These are all issues covered by House Republicans at a recent press conference while presenting their plan moving into the coming summer recess.