Inflation is 'close to peaking,' according to Economist Mark Zandi

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  1. Why does a $1.75 Trillion infrastructure spending bill cause tremendous inflation, but an $8 Trillion appropriation for the military over the same time period doesn't cause any inflation?

  2. LOL – you talking heads keep saying sh*t like that, yet prices keep rising. Maybe it's because they keep printing more and more money (the real cause of inflation) and aren't listening to any of the real economists in the world saying that they are causing the inflation by spending too much money. They'll fix it by spending even more money?! That's just plain crazy and everyone sees it too.

  3. Trying to maintain consistent full employeement chronically is like searching for an unicorn. It's merely an excuse for politicians to manipulate the monetary system for their own political gains.

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