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According to brand new numbers, the CPI (Consumer Price Index) soared to 6.8 percent in November, the highest rate of inflation since 1982.

The Details: The core consumer price index, which excludes prices for food and energy, rose to 4.9 percent in November.

Prices rose 0.8 percent month over month from October’s numbers.

The numbers mark the six straight month of rising inflation, causing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell to now retire the term ‘transitory’ as a descriptor for the phenomenon.

Why it Matters: The Biden Administration has come under increasing pressure over the rapid rise of inflation, with many voters feeling financially squeezed as they witness their real purchasing power decrease.

What People are Saying:


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Jade Crawford
Jade Crawford
5 months ago

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Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
5 months ago

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TruthBTold
TruthBTold
5 months ago
Reply to  Dan Tyree

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DetroitDom
DetroitDom
5 months ago

I remember the early 80s – things SUCKED!! Thank you Jimmy Carter and your worthless policies. Now we have Biden turbo-charging everything Carter did.