Reversing the Clock
< img src= "https://worldbroadcastnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/XftZD5.jpg "class=" ff-og-image-inserted" > After a hectic week, we provide 6 stories that captured our eyes.After a hectic week of news– elections, Supreme Court arguments, the World Series and, alas, a never-ending pandemic– today’s newsletter is going to attempt something various. My associates and I will tell you about six stories that we can’t stop believing about which you might have missed this week.They are a mix of long and brief, from The Times and not. If you have a little time, we advise reading any that captivate you. If you do not, we hope you enjoy our curation. We think that the stories catch some of the undercurrents of American life right
now.And have a good weekend. I’ll see you in your inbox on Monday.Skimpflation Airline companies have canceled countless flights. Lines at shops– specifically pharmacies– have grown. Dining establishments no longer bring some items, like physical menus.The quality of many services has degraded because the start of the pandemic– an issue that the NPR program” World Money “has identified” skimpflation.” This wear and tear, in
turn, is feeding Americans’ frustration with the state of the economy, as well as with life in general and with President Biden’s efficiency, as Helaine Olen discussed in The Washington Post.” Americans, as I am forever fond of
mentioning, view civic life through the role of consumer, “Olen wrote.” We do not experience the government every day( or at least do not think we do), however we do shop and use in-person services almost continuously. And compared to the past, American intake is getting both significantly costly and, well, decreasingly great.” When will the situation go back to typical? Nobody understands.