Hyperinflation: Dollar Devaluation Measured By Big Mac Index

The Economist’s Big Mac Index is widely respected as a measure of currency valuation. Typically it is used to compare across countries. But it can also be used across time. Here, we take a look at how a 2012 dollar compares with a 1986 dollar. In 1986 you could buy a Big Mac with $1.60. …

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Personal Defense Weapons

If no one needs semi-automatic AR-15s for self-defense, then why are the Feds ordering 7000 full-auto rifles as personal defense weapons? Sources: Breitbart and Federal Government Website