by Sarah Arnold
As Appearing on Townhall.com
America is struggling to make ends meet, with most people more worried about money now than they were at any point since 1985, as a Gallup poll from Marchshowed. And polls continue to show consistent results.
In a recently published Pew survey, 93 percent of people agree that inflation is a major problem, especially when trying to put food on the table and driving to their place of work. Seventy percent of people say it’s a “very big problem in the country today.”
Despite the particularly partisan nature today’s politics, both Republicans and Democrats are feeling a turbulent financial pain.
According to the USDA’s Economic Research Service, all food prices have increased by almost 8 percent, and continue to climb. The department says this was the “largest 12- month advance since July 1981.”…
Former Trump EPA transition member, Steve Milloy, told Fox News that Biden has “scared away investments… and will find any excuse to not drill.”
Biden has continuously talked about the need for more oil, but then acts to restrict it.