Shooting paused: the South to rework the economy

Shooting paused: the South to rework the economy

‘RRR’, ‘KGF’, ‘Pushpa: The Rise’, ‘Baahubali’ and other such big hits, and one would think the South Indian film industry is making money! Evidently this is not the case. And that’s what bothers southern filmmakers. Their disease is that almost everyone involved in making a film, from stars to technicians, earns when making a film … Read more

In redefining the recession, Democrats are turning to confusing math and government via gaslighting

In redefining the recession, Democrats are turning to confusing math and government via gaslighting

The term “fuzzy math” was first introduced during the 2000 presidential campaign by Republican candidate George W. Bush. He used it to describe Democratic candidate Al Gore’s criticisms of Bush’s economic proposals regarding tax cuts and how to spend a budget surplus. Fast forward to 2022 and fuzzy math has been reintroduced into our politics. … Read more

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis CEO Says Inflation is “Very Worrying” and “Spreads” across the Economy

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis CEO Says Inflation is “Very Worrying” and “Spreads” across the Economy

Rep Kevin Brady discusses how Biden is still denying the US has entered a recession on “Fox Business Tonight”. Neel Kashkari, CEO and chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, said on Sunday that the current state of inflation is “very worrying” and “spreading more widely throughout the economy.” “It’s very worrying. We keep … Read more

This week in business: recession fears

This week in business: recession fears

How are you? (July 24-30) Meta is not a good day Wednesday wasn’t a great day for the company formerly known as Facebook. First came a lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission and then the company announced its first revenue drop since it went public. The FTC, led by Lina Khan, a major critic of … Read more

The busiest business week of the summer is over – here’s all we’ve learned

The busiest business week of the summer is over – here’s all we’ve learned

The impact of the past seven days will reverberate for the next few weeks around the abandoned corridors of Wall Street and Washington DC as politicians and investors retreat to the Hamptons or Martha’s Vineyard or wherever they are summer. Are we in a recession? It’s hard to say, but hopefully by September the knowledge … Read more