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What We’re Reading: Fed’s Rate Hike, Biden’s Bumbles, Inflation’s Toll . . . And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Fed Rate Hike: Too Little, Too Late?

Record gas prices are pushing up everyday costs, dampening economic recovery — Washington Post, via The Telegraph

Biden Blames Inflation On Putin, Again — Twitter

The Failure of the Federal Reserve — The Patriot Post

Inflation hitting nonwhite voters hardest, imperiling Democrats in 2022 midterms, new poll finds — Fox Business

Biden nominee Sarah Bloom Raskin withdraws her candidacy for Federal Reserve board — CNBC

Biden’s Policy Stumbles (Cont’d.)

Biden touts American Rescue Plan in National League of Cities speech — UPI

Laid-off Keystone XL pipeline workers BLAST Joe Biden for LYING about American oil production — The Post-Millennial

Yes, Biden’s climate policies empowered Putin — Washington Examiner

Maria Bartiromo’s Sources Are Right: The Biden Administration Is Actively Partnering With Putin On Climate And Iran — The Federalist

To help Ukraine, Biden must sacrifice his environmental alarmism — Washington Examiner

The Inflation Crisis

Here’s the Real Reason Young People Can’t Afford a Home — Foundation For Economic Education

Biden: ‘The Current Spike in Gas Prices Is Largely the Fault of Vladimir Putin – It Has Nothing to Do with the American Rescue Plan’ — CNSNews

U.S. Producer Prices Rise 10%, Reinforcing Fed’s Rate-Hike Path — Bloomberg

FACT CHECK: Pelosi Claims Massive Democrat Spending ‘is Not Inflationary’ — Breitbart

Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine

Russia is the West’s great tragedy — Spectator

Zelensky Says Ukraine Won’t Join NATO — Newsweek, via MSN.com

Senate Backs War Crimes Probe of Putin and His Regime — NewsMax

Leftists dream of interning anyone who challenges their Ukraine narrative — American Thinker

COVID: It Ain’t Over Yet

The Continued Politicization of COVID — American Thinker

Bloomberg editors: Say, where did all the trillion$ in COVID funding go, anyway? — Hot Air

Fauci Agency Cover-Up Exposed — Judicial Watch, via Independent Citizen

What Have Two Years of ‘Two Weeks to Slow the Spread’ Taught Us? — PJ Media

Dialectical Faucism — Frontpage Magazine

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