For John, BLUF: So, on some of this we disagree. Nothing to see here; just move along.
And here is the sub-headline:
Factory-gate prices also rose last month fueled by higher commodity prices, especially steel and coalThis article is from The Wall Street Journal and the author is Reporter Mark Magnier. It is from 8 November, which is fitting.
Fitting because Question 3 here in Massachusetts got an Up Vote and thus we can expect food prices to go up around here.♠ And we can expect those on the border to consider shopping in New Hampshire.
Regards — Cliff
♠ As I have said elsewhere, this is just the exercise of White Privilege. I used to think of this as a bogus Democratic Party phrase for heaping shame on Republicans for being alive. However, with the votes on Massachusetts Questions 2, 3 and 4, I think it is a case of Massachusetts Democrats exercising their "White Privilege" without realizing the impact of their vote on minorities in our Commonwealth. It isn't a case of blatant discrimination. It is a case of ignorance leading to disregard.