Paul Kasriel

Paul Kasriel

@mjcasserole

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The article mentions 3 causes of the recent rise in inflation. The explosion of credit created out of thin air by the Fed and banking system is not mentioned. The article DESCRIBES the higher inflation but does not cover its CAUSE.

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Will surprisingly high global inflation last? | The Economist https://t.co/OJRPFENlhg

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Check out my latest article: It Is Different This Time, That Is, From The Last Time https://t.co/SgrJvq4JQZ via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Consumer Price Inflation -- It's More Than Used Car Prices https://t.co/tDnhwJRpMA via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: What ISM Manufacturing Respondents Are Saying About Their April 2021 Business Conditions https://t.co/x8w8LSs2c4 via @LinkedIn

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This guy has a crush on Carla, the kitty who tells Tom Nichols how high to jump. https://t.co/dxZSF6ztop

This guy has a crush on Carla, the kitty who tells Tom Nichols how high to jump. https://t.co/dxZSF6ztop

Check out my latest article: Consumer Price Inflation is a Lagging Process with a Long Lag https://t.co/bPhnjsH1wF via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Treasury Deficits/Debt – I Report, You Decide https://t.co/zzNFIHOqW9 via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Festivus 2020 - I Got a Lot of Problems with You People https://t.co/WP1WSU1VIi via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Why Can’t the Fed Raise the Inflation Rate? Why Would It Want To? https://t.co/KGhHsubMnB via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Taxpayers Could Have Been Saved $674 Billion and Had the Covid Spread Curbed https://t.co/X6UH0rJtKM via @LinkedIn

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As of 9/12/20, unemployment insurance recipients from ALL programs, state and federal, were 26.530 mil. On 3/14/20, this number was 2.105 mil. As new layoffs have been announced this week, this number is likely to rebound towards its high of 32.400 mil. in the weeks ahead. https://t.co/K618iuII7X

As of 9/12/20, unemployment insurance recipients from ALL programs, state and federal, were 26.530 mil. On 3/14/20, this number was 2.105 mil. As new layoffs have been announced this week, this number is likely to rebound towards its high of 32.400 mil. in the weeks ahead. https://t.co/K618iuII7X

Check out my latest article: Households Saving for a Rainier Day and Corporations Making Hay while the Sun Shines https://t.co/bs2Vmx2OnO via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Ramblings of a Congenital Pessimist https://t.co/jpasKWqMg7 via @LinkedIn

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Check out my latest article: Gov't. Transfer Payments Likely Took the Edge Off COVID https://t.co/xqUtxVsOWN via @LinkedIn

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The number of people receiving unemployment insurance from state, federal and covid programs reached a record high of 31.5 million as of 6/13/20. Not based on a sample but real people receiving real benefits. https://t.co/fddIKQsbkv

The number of people receiving unemployment insurance from state, federal and covid programs reached a record high of 31.5 million as of 6/13/20. Not based on a sample but real people receiving real benefits. https://t.co/fddIKQsbkv

Check out my latest article: Our National Debt - COVID-19 IS NOT THE ONLY THING GROWING EXPONENTIALLY https://t.co/h7nRNaNbE9 via @LinkedIn

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