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The news media continues to report on inflation, translation— a higher cost of living right.
But, I think what they're not saying enough of we're a "free market". They know this, but will they tell us with news stories explaining what is behind inflation? What some news outlets do is dumb down the story to fit their many metrics.
Oh, they'll report it's the government printing (spending) to much money. That's partially true causing inflation. But we have the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) to back us up. Our GDP is high compared to other countries around the world. HUGH! It was a global pandemic. We’re good.
What do I mean by that? If a price is too high and I'm talking about life's essentials, just don't buy it. Watch the price start to fall. If the price is too high it’s not an essential. Of course, I'm oversimplifying it.
It's what's going on in the fuel markets right now this holiday weekend. We are not buying a lot of gasoline and the prices are falling, depending on where you live.
We call all this "free market" in America. Of course, they're those unscrupulous capitalists who bend the rules of the "free market economy" (game the system) and yes they use the media to do it many times.
Keep it up America we'll get through this inflation. Be selective on those "Black Friday" purchases even here at planning guide. JWM
This weekend Alley Theatre's Christmas Carol is an early family event to get into the holiday spirit.
Two visionary Tony Award® winners — playwright Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), director Matthew Warchus (Matilda) — offer a magical new interpretation of Charles Dickens’ timeless story.Winner of five Tony Awards, this New York Times Critic’s Pick welcomes theatergoers of all ages into an immersive experience that is brimming with Christmas spirit. Featuring dazzling staging, moving storytelling, and 12 cherished Christmas carols, including “Joy to the World,” “Silent Night,” and “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear,” this timely production will leave you “with a heart full of joy and light” -------Entertainment Weekly.
615 Texas Avenue
Santa Clause is coming early this year!
Levy Park invites families to enjoy the outdoor screening of a classic holiday film The Santa Clause on, Friday, November 25.
This free screening, presented by Texas Children’s Hospital, begins at 7 pm. The 1994 holiday family-comedy film is rated PG and runs 1 hour and 37 minutes.On Christmas Eve, divorced dad Scott Calvin and his son discover Santa Claus has fallen off their roof. Stay tuned when Scott takes the reins of the magical sleigh and finds out he is now the new Santa and must convince a world of disbelievers, including himself.
November 25, 2022
3801 Eastside Street
7:00 PM to 8:45 PM
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Taylor Swift - Anti-Hero
Drake Featuring 21Savage "Rich Flex"
Drake, 21 Savage - P*ssy & Millions Featuring Travis Scott
Steve Lacy - Bad Habit
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