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The U.S. Is Entering A Recession Right Now. Here’s Why.

If this post didn't make you think I was crazy - or this one - today's likely will. Despite the new highs and the great growth and yada yada yada....we are on the brink of a recession. I have the numbers to prove it. And the numbers don't lie. Data on Federal tax collections comes to us in real time every day, courtesy of the US Treasury. This is unmassaged real data, not the endlessly finagled economic data put out by various other US government agencies.
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