February’s Producer Price Index hit a record increase of 10.0% year-over-year. Added to disruptions in global food supply caused by the Russo-Ukrainian war, expect sharp increases in the price of food in the near future.Continue Reading

The war between Russia and Ukraine is driving up costs of fertilizer, food, and natural gas for countries around the world not directly involved in the fighting—including us.Continue Reading

The loss of life in Ukraine cannot be measured in dollars or rubles, but the cost of this war will be paid by people all over the world.Continue Reading

Western media portrays the apparent delay in Russia’s advance in Ukraine as evidence of fierce resistance. That may be true, but it may also be an operational pause while the Russian military positions units for a final, devastating assault on Kyiv.Continue Reading

A new bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security warns that the U.S. is in “a heightened threat environment” because of “misleading narratives and conspiracy theories” being spread online.Continue Reading

The government of Ukraine is trying to cool heated rhetoric coming from the White House and U.S. media claiming that Russia could invade at any minute. The questions the media should be asking are who wants war in Eastern Europe and why?Continue Reading