There are numerous negative trends surfacing in the economy, so I sit down with John Rubino to discuss some of the greater issues that need to be addressed, and have yet to be solved by the government. Some of the most pressing problems at the moment lie in energy; we are tight on resources and, as a result, other industries (such as agriculture) are suffering. In this episode we cover resources, public policy, and crises taking place around the country—all of which necessitate awareness and a plan for improvement.

-There are lots of interesting trends taking place
-Stocks are calmer now in terms of headlines, but there is a lot happening under the surface—especially in energy
-Natural gas is through the roof and went up almost 10% in one day
-We’re somewhat tight in energy
-The destruction of our food processing plants continues
-10% of what we ascribe to supply chain difficulties is actually normal
-The last shortage of anything was with oil in the 70s
-Biden is raising the amount of ethanol in attempts lower gasoline prices, but this takes corn off the market
-We use natgas for a lot more things than we used to
-Public policy doesn’t seem to be addressing today’s problems
-We discuss the need for change in law and order
-Big policy is corrupting great cities
-We need a program that addresses the mental health crisis in the country

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Direct download: John_Rubino_08.Jun.22.mp3
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