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Japan: A population fly in the ointment for U.S. immigration expansionists

By Christy Shaw

The story of Japan’s puzzling lower inflation rate, compared to that of the U.S., deposits a fly in the middle of an otherwise well-oiled U.S. corporate and mass media narrative to insist that fighting inflation, like every other issue facing our country, is solved by increasing immigration. But Japan seems so far uninterested in loosening … Continued

Reports on Jobs and Inflation

By Lisa Irving

April Jobs and Inflation Reports The BLS reported earlier this month that the U.S. economy added 428,000 jobs in April and unemployment remained at 3.6 percent. However, other problematic employment data persist during this economic recovery. The labor participation rate, which consists of those working and those looking for work, was at 62.2 percent in … Continued