Consumer Pain At The Pump, Grocery Store

    Cross-posted at The Underground Conservative . Inflation hammers away at consumers both at the gas pump and at the supermarket as well. According to the U.S. Labor Department, food prices climbed 3.9 percent last month. It’s the biggest spike since November 1974. For more than 50 years, Superior Bakery in Cranston, R.I., has supplied area supermarkets with bread, but the rising cost of supplies has | Read More »

    Hey Barack, Resign Now, and Now Means Yesterday

    From the diaries by Leon… While our nation languishes amidst record food and energy prices, unprecedented underemployment (including those excluded from the workforce) and economic stagnation, crippling regulations, and an administration in contempt of two court decisions, the media would rather distract us with the Islamist uprising in Egypt.  It is imperative that we keep up the pressure on Obama and the Democrats by denying | Read More »

    Hey Barack, Resign Now, and Now Means Yesterday

    From the diaries by Leon… While our nation languishes amidst record food and energy prices, unprecedented underemployment (including those excluded from the workforce) and economic stagnation, crippling regulations, and an administration in contempt of two court decisions, the media would rather distract us with the Islamist uprising in Egypt.  It is imperative that we keep up the pressure on Obama and the Democrats by denying | Read More »

    Assigning blame for higher food prices.

    Via Instapundit comes this story warning that restaurant food prices are about to sharply rise.  The challenge for the government?  Why, finding who to blame, of course. After all: can’t blame it on short-sighted conversion of corn crops into ethanol; the government’s pushing for even more use of ethanol, despite the objections of the auto industry.  Can’t blame it on higher gas prices; the government | Read More »

    Assigning blame for higher food prices.

    Via Instapundit comes this story warning that restaurant food prices are about to sharply rise.  The challenge for the government?  Why, finding who to blame, of course. After all: can’t blame it on short-sighted conversion of corn crops into ethanol; the government’s pushing for even more use of ethanol, despite the objections of the auto industry.  Can’t blame it on higher gas prices; the government | Read More »


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