If anything can raise our blood pressure, it’s the rising cost of prescription medicine in America. Pharmaceutical prices are too high across the board, and despite the continued public outcry, the problem just gets worse every year. But who’s really at fault for this health-care quagmire?
There are an estimated six billion ounces of gold in the world, worth more than $7 trillion – a whole lot of value contained in a precious resource with a limited supply.And yet, we didn’t hear much about gold in the mainstream media when the price got trapped in a tight range for most of 2018.
Expecting their most recent monthly bonus to arrive in the form of Venezuelan bolivars, pensioners were undoubtedly stunned to find that the government had, without their consent, converted their bonuses into the petro, a currency that is mostly unusable today.