Wall Street Journal | A Tale of Two Economies, Opinion, Editorial Board
In a rare display of solid journalism, the editorial board at the Wall Street Journal torpedoes the false rhetoric about economics spewing out of the hats of Democrats. Perhaps the two greatest extractions are two facts: wages are increasing and the lower class is doing twice as well as before.
Judging from last week’s debate, Democrats running for President see America as a Dickensian nightmare of inequality. It’s the best of times for millionaires and billionaires, and the worst of times for everybody else. Time to wake up from the Barack Obama economy, folks, and admit how many more Americans are prospering from the faster economic growth and tighter labor market after the policy changes of 2017.
A Tale of Two Economies is a factual analysis dispelling many compounded falsehoods spewing from the Democrats. To fully comprehend, Dan Bongino presents an excellent discussion on his YouTube channel at the 38-minute mark.
Comment by Richard Hudson, “I don’t have enough thumbs to give you the thumb you deserve. Don’t stop!”
Job growth rebounded sharply in June
The U.S. economy added 224,000 jobs, the best gain since January and running contrary to worries that both the employment picture and overall growth picture were beginning to weaken.