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Home values drop, new construction down 60 percent

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Home real estate prices continue to drop but there could be much more to come, data and economists say. The median home price has dropped by about 7 percent since its peak ...

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TV host Mike Rowe concerned about number of men not working

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The nation is facing a crisis of men who not only don’t work but are not seeking jobs, television host Mike Rowe told Tucker Carlson on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Seven million able-bodied men ...

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Economy impairs ministries providing Thanksgiving meals

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High inflation and a slow economy are making it harder for local shelters to feed the needy this Thanksgiving. Shelter KC, which will serve nearly 4,000 meals this week, is feeling the ...

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Judge rules Biden college debt bailout ‘unconstitutional’

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President Joe Biden’s student debt bailout is unconstitutional. A federal judge struck down the corner piece of Biden’s policy objective that was estimated to cost hundreds of billions of dollars. U.S. District ...

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Political experts share predictions for outcome of Tuesday’s elections

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Voters finally will go to the polls on Tuesday to determine the makeup of the U.S. Senate and House, as well as the governorships of several key states. Fox News asked political ...

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As a millennial I paid off $20,000 of debt in 6 months

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It seems as if it’s almost impossible for a Millennial or GenZ to get ahead financially these days. Record inflation, insane gas prices, and a tough housing market are just a few ...

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Troubled economy has hurt churches, slight majority of Protestant pastors say

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Just more than half of Protestant pastors in the United States believe current economy is having a negative impact on their churches, a new survey from Lifeway Research found. By contrast, just ...

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Gov. Mike Parson signs tax cut for Missouri families and farmers

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Missouri families battling record inflation will find some financial relief at tax time. Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation to cut personal income taxes in the state. He also signed HB 3 into ...

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Germans panic buying electric heaters as winter gas shortage looms

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Typically stoic Germans are rushing stores in an attempt to purchase electric heaters ahead of winter. The panic buying comes as German authorities issue apocalyptic warnings about shortages of natural gas as ...

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When the credit card debt bubble bursts

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Inflation still isn’t letting up, and it’s a top concern for Americans right now. But we just learned of yet another way surging prices are hurting families—leading them into huge amounts of credit ...

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Americans for Prosperity rallies in support of tax cuts in Missouri

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Missourians gathered in Jefferson City last week to support tax cuts and agricultural tax credits in a rally sponsored by Americans for Prosperity The Real Tax Cut Rally promoted proposed income tax ...

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Have we reached the point of crisis news fatigue?

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The news does not lack from a daily stream of crisis coverage. But there are ways to stay engaged and not become numb to needs. When Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of ...

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$1 now worth just 88 cents while Biden claims inflation has risen “hardly at all”

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$1 at the start of the Biden administration is now worth just 88 cents. The devastating news for millions of families comes as the Federal Reserve again raises interest rates to stem ...

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Mortgage interest rates surge past 6% with no signs of stopping

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The average interest rate on the most popular U.S. home loan rose above 6 percent for the first time since 2008 and is now more than double the level it was one year ago, ...

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Every American taxpayer will pay $2,500 to cover student loan ‘forgiveness’

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Every American taxpayer will pay $2,500 to cover the cost of President Joe Biden’s student debt “cancellation” plan. That’s the shocking accounting study conducted by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation (NTUF). Biden’s ...

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More Americans than ever report “suffering,” new Gallup poll finds

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More Americans than ever say they are suffering, according to the Gallup’s Life Evaluation Index for July. “Since reaching a record high in June 2021, life ratings among American adults have steadily ...

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Whole Foods founder warns socialists “taking over” America

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Whole Foods founder and CEO John Mackey is warning that “socialists are taking over” the U.S. Mackey made the statement during a Thursday podcast with Reason Magazine and it mirrors what more and ...

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Sending your kid to school will cost a lot more this year

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Although back-to-school shopping is always expensive, parents this year must cope with the highest inflation in four decades. That’s in addition to real wages falling and expected higher taxes. As the cost ...

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Trump: data shows nation risks something worse than recession

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Donald Trump is pointing to data that forecasts an economic downturn much worse than a recession. The former president, whose economic policies are credited with some of the best economic numbers in ...

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U.S. in recession after 2nd quarter GDP released

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The United States is in recession. The realization came Thursday morning after the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that GDP fell almost 1% in the second quarter. For the last 10 recessions, ...

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Farm Bureau: July 4th cookout up like a bottle rocket

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Your Independence Day weekend will cost a lot more to enjoy this year. The American Farm Bureau Federation says the cost of a cookout is up a whopping 17 percent according to ...

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Learn how to invest in Israel at a free seminar

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Returning to Kansas City Tuesday, June 28 is the “Invest in Israel Seminar” Christians can learn how to invest wisely by utilizing the growing market of Israel. By doing so, investors can ...

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Canadians warned of huge housing market correction

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Canadians could see housing prices drop by as much as 18% by the end of 2023, according to a new real estate outlook report. The report comes as, like recent U.S. Federal ...

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World facing “food crisis and famine” over Russian invasion

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The world will soon experience a global food crisis due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The dire warning was issued by Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky as he addressed by video graduates of ...

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Woke investment firms present risk to conservative states, Missouri treasurer says

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Progressive environmental, social and governance metrics are giving investment funds an excuse to discriminate against states with conservative values. Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick expressed concern over ESG funds condemning states with pro-life ...

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