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Report: Drug Shortages Hit Highest Levels in a Decade — Nobody Is Safe

There are few things Democrats count on more to win elections than the general public’s lack of economic literacy.
That way, left-wing politicians can continue to dangle cash, lower prices and other financial promises in front of voters’ faces — they’ll say “If you vote for me, you’ll get it all for free.”
But, to combine two wise old expressions, there is no such thing as a free lunch; instead, to pay for these “free” gifts, politicians rob Peter to pay Paul.

In other words, it’s never, ever as simple or …

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U.S. National Debt

The current U.S. national debt:
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