Of course I know more about the economy, that's my major!
Then go ahead and tell me the difference between monetary and fiscal policy.
Fiscal policy is conducted by the government and uses taxes and spending. While monetary policy is conducted by the federal reserve and uses discount rate, open market, and RRR
Like right now, we are spending more money, therefore, prices will come up. The tax code will decrease, leading to inflation, then eventually it will stabilize again.
You can walk away, but right now, Texas economy is good. Like manufacturing and retail have gone up. Home sales have slowed down, and there has been a labor shortage however, inflation is about to begin.
The US economy activity is increasing, and unemployment has gone down. But the federal funds rate has gone up because of inflation.
Why did I even bring this up?
And this really contradicts the policies because inflation and recession is a constant cycle!