FAST FIVE: For Millions Of Americans In The Middle Of The Country, It Feels Like An Economic Depression Right Now
It may still feel like “the economy is booming” for those at the top end of the economic food chain in big coastal cities such as New York and San Francisco, but for millions of hard working Americans in the middle of the country, talk of a “coming recession” is absolutely ludicrous because it already feels like a severe economic depression is happening right now.
The wind blew over the farm, the rain came down and she heard the ominous pings on her roof – pea-sized hail, striking the still-fragile stalks of the only corn her husband, Chris Dykshorn, was able to plant before he took his own life in June.
We're losing two farms a day.” If you can believe it, the state of Wisconsin “lost almost 1,200 dairy farms” between 2016 and 2018.
The following comes from Zero Hedge- For instance, a new report sheds light on 53 million Americans, or about 44% of all US workers, aged 18 to 64, are considered low-wage and low-skilled.
But soon enough it will, and the deep depression that we are already witnessing in many parts of the middle of the country will get a lot worse.