The Democrats—since they are assumed to be “in power”—will need some sort of scapegoat for inflation, since it is increasingly eating into Americans’ earnings. So now they're blaming the Russians for what the central bank has done.
Deflation empowers the citizen by allowing her modest savings to purchase more goods over time. Inflation empowers the state by reducing the size of its enormous debts in real terms—and through the inflation tax.
The more the EU micromanages Polish internal affairs and punishes Poland for the simple act of exercising self-determination, more the benefits of leaving the bloc altogether will continue to increase.
Real wages fell in October as consumer prices, producer prices, and home prices all surge toward multidecade highs. But Janet Yellen isn't concerned. She says the Fed won't allow anything bad to happen.