Big Govt-Socialism vs Dramatic Chain Saw Solution! E.J. Antoni Reveals Argentina’s Javier Milei and Democrat Biden’s Gifts to USA and Manufactured Housing Unpacked; plus MHMarkets


“The Argentine government in January saw its first monthly budget surplus in nearly 12 years, as new President Javier Milei continues to push for strong spending cuts, the Economy Ministry announced.” So reported left-leaning Barron’s on 2.17.2024. “The spending cuts that allowed Milei to turn around Argentina’s economy,” proclaims the headline for the Buenos Aires Times ( In late April, Reuters said: “Milei announced that his government had logged a financial fiscal surplus of more than 275 billion pesos ($315.4 million) in March. For the first quarter, the surplus – the first of its kind since 2008 – represented 0.2% of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP), the president noted” on 4.22.2024. 4 days ago, that same source reported: “Argentina posts fourth month of fiscal surplus under Milei.” Milei famously campaigned using a chain saw or a blender to illustrate that he would cut down on government spending, eliminating jobs and entire departments. While there has naturally been pushback against changes, including students and educator protests, the reforms are  apparently working.  Left-leaning AP said on 5.13.2024 that: “Argentina will get next installment of bailout as IMF praises Milei’s austerity policies.”  There is much to learn, says E.J. Antoni, Ph.D, and economist at the Heritage Foundation, who pointed to Milei and specifically mentioned housing, budget, and regulatory policies as part of the mix that could be deployed here in the U.S. given the proper changes away from what has been called Bidenomics.  Antoni said inflationary costs, “especially in the housing market” could be part of America’s future by adopting the examples of Milei, who has accomplished so much in just a matter of months.

Part I


Per AP on 5.13.24: “Argentina’s annual inflation rate reached 287% in March, among the highest in the world, deepening poverty and spurring strikes and protests. But the IMF praised President Javier Milei’s libertarian government for a number of economic successes — Argentina’s first quarterly fiscal surplus in 16 years, falling monthly inflation and surging sovereign bond prices.”

QuoteMarksLeftSideTo overhaul the beleaguered economy, Milei has slashed public sector wages, eliminated thousands of state jobs, frozen public works projects and and cut subsidies. He has also devalued the nosediving peso currency by over 50%, helping it stabilize but causing the prices of basic goods to skyrocket.

Although brutal for Argentina’s poor and middle classes, the market-friendly overhaul has “resulted in faster-than-anticipated progress in restoring macroeconomic stability and bringing the program firmly back on track,” the IMF said, thanking Argentine authorities for “the decisive implementation of their stabilization plan.”

The praise marks a dramatic turn-around from the past six decades during which Argentine politicians showed little interest in enacting reforms stipulated as part of borrowing agreements.” Note that AP obliquely referenced the ‘debt trap’ that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) created which is part of what Argentina is dealing with.

QuoteMarksLeftSidePrevious left-leaning governments fell far short of IMF targets and relied on central bank money printing to finance treasury spending, pushing the country’s IMF program — launched in 2018 and refinanced in 2022 — to a breaking point.

The international lender remains deeply unpopular in Argentina, where the public blames it for an economic implosion and debt default in late 2001. The IMF later acknowledged it made mistakes contributing to the collapse.

It’s rare for a country to have the IMF as its biggest creditor. Argentina is in the strange position of relying on money lent by the fund to repay the fund itself.”

Antoni, in the video above, noted that inflation was now down to single digits, a dramatic fall from triple digit rates. From what has been described as one of the worst inflationary positions in the world, to one of the best turnarounds on the planet in such a short time, Antoni thinks that if deposed 45th President Donald J. Trump is reelected, the example of Milei could be a proven track record that could spur U.S. growth and a return to economic prosperity for the people.

Via right-leaning Forbes, contributing author Frank Holmes wrote on 5.13.2024 “How Javier Milei’s ‘Shock Therapy’ Is Transforming Argentina’s Economy” saying the following.

QuoteMarksLeftSideAs an advocate of sound fiscal policy and a strong believer in the power of free markets, I find Argentina’s recent economic overhaul under President Javier Milei not just refreshing but essential in today’s world of bloated government spending.

Since taking office in December 2023, the libertarian leader has had to make some hard choices to stabilize Argentina’s economy, which has long been beleaguered by high inflation and overspending. His “shock therapy” approach, deeply rooted in free market principles and fiscal restraint, could serve as a blueprint for other nations grappling with similar economic ailments, including the U.S.

Milei’s strategy hinges on two critical pillars: fiscal reform and monetary stabilization. By addressing the country’s chronic overspending, his administration achieved a noteworthy milestone—a budget surplus in the first quarter, the first since 2008.”

“In a bold move, Milei halved the number of ministries and eliminated 70,000 public sector jobs. He also suspended new public works contracts and removed various subsidies, further underscoring his commitment to reducing state intervention in the economy.”




QuoteMarksLeftSideThe consequences of such fiscal irresponsibility are becoming increasingly apparent. The U.S. dollar, while currently strong, faces long-term risks if the nation’s debt trajectory continues unchecked. The average American family is increasingly pessimistic about achieving financial security, with only 35% of Americans believing their finances will improve in the coming year, according to a recent Acorns survey. 

Bullish Bets And Cautious Analysis

High-profile endorsements have rolled in five months since Milei took office. Following a meeting with the Argentine president in Los Angeles, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted to his 182 million followers that he recommends investing in Argentina. Similarly, billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller, after listening to Milei’s speech at Davos, described the president as the world’s sole free market leader today and disclosed investments in five Argentine companies. …”


Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary in Brief

Entirely fair and arguably necessary questions are often overlooked when examining U.S. policies for the last 100 years. What has worked and why? What has failed and why? Those are starting questions, not final ones.

MHProNews recently did a deep dive into the kind of big government policies that were launched during the presidency of Woodrow Wilson (D). The article below features the Pujo Committee report. Several of the initiatives that were launched over a century ago are still having problematic repercussions today.




Wilson led the U.S. into World War I (see above), which was a move into foreign wars long opposed by most Americans. MHProNews has previously reported on warnings from the IMF about the U.S. debt trajectory, which have ballooned under Biden and Democratic spending plans. While there is a steady stream of ‘happy talk’ – i.e.: big promises followed by tepid or poor outcomes from Democratic or other big government policies (when Republicans try them, big government spending plans are routinely just as problematic).





MHProNews posted that item above years ago.  While Biden was ‘sold’ as a moderate, MHProNews clearly sounded the alarm that he was a documented leftist. So, it was no surprise when Senator Bernie Sanders (self-described Democratic Socialist VT) and others on the left endorsed Biden.  The ballooning debt and spending in the U.S. under Biden, plus Fed policies, created the higher inflationary scenario we have been living through the past 3.3 years. It was entirely predictable – and was in fact predicted.

Flashbacks to prior illustrations in MHProNews reports, above and below. Steps taken by Biden like
shutting down the Keystone pipeline and other domestic moves pushed U.S. energy costs higher.  


Even left-leaning and normally pro-Biden CNN said: “Fact check: Biden falsely claims the most common gas price was over $5 when he took office.” CNN said that the day Biden was sworn in the national average gas price on January 20, 2021, was $2.39.


Quoting the Las Vegas Journal’s Editorial: “…Consumer prices soared 9.1 percent in June on a year-to-year basis, the highest level in more than four decades dating to when Ronald Reagan was cleaning up Jimmy Carter’s mess.
Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, told CNN that the average U.S. household must spend $493 a month more — nearly $6,000 a year — to buy the same goods and services as it did last year at this time.
Wage gains have also faltered, lagging well behind inflation. …”



In less than 9 months under Biden-Harris-Democratic policies and spending plans, inflation was fueled, as the flashback report below on MHProNews documented.




Nor can it easily be denied, when then House Majority Whip James “Jim” Clyburn (SC-D) admitted that Democrats knew that they would be fueling inflation. The cause and effects are clear for those with the eyes to see who are willing to see the evidence.


Pumping trillions of dollars into the economy may have seemed like a boost to the poor or lower incomes initially. But increasing the money supply resulted in inflation, as then Democratic House Majority Whip James Clyburn (SC-D) plainly told MSNBC. Inflation hits the lower incomes harder. But even the middle class has been harmed, as some 50 percent of the U.S. now says they are living paycheck-to-paycheck.

MHProNews note 1. Democratic House Majority Whip James Clyburn recently told left-leaning MSNBC that Democrats voting for giant spending bills ‘knew’ that the result would be inflation. Clyburn stated what was obvious to critics of the massive spending bills. There are those who say the full effects of inflation have not yet occurred. For instance, as interest rates rise, the cost to the federal budget of paying the interest on over 31 trillion dollars in federal debt will only grow. That means that other parts of the budget may face cutbacks. The Democratic President Lyndon Banes Johnson (D) promises in the mid-1960s of a ‘Great Society’ based on federal spending programs has proven to be an illusion. Yet it was those programs in part that attracted black votes away from Republicans to Democrats. Decades of failed policies later, a new generation of Democratic voters are having to face the consequences of policies that never delivered despite repeated promises that obviously were not kept. Note 2: depending on your browser or device, many images in this report and others on MHProNews can be clicked to expand. Click the image and follow the prompts. For example, in some browsers/devices you click the image and select ‘open in a new window.’ After clicking that selection, you click the image in the open window to expand the image to a larger size. To return to this page, use your back key, escape or follow the prompts.


The result of these Biden-Harris-Democratic policies includes the fact that essentially all housing – along with most other items – are less affordable.


One may or may not agree with Clyburn’s politics. But the wisdom of this statement by Clyburn is demonstrably true.










When the evidence is objectively examined, it should be apparent that Democrats – with Biden-Harris as their titular leaders – have fueled inflation, reversed previously working Trump Border and Energy policies, spent record sums in peacetime, and have left most Americans worse off than they were 4 years ago. Even with lawfare directed against Trump, it is entirely possible that Trump could emerge as the winner in the rapidly approaching 2024 election on November 5 (several states will have early voting, vote by mail, etc.).

What Milei is demonstrating to not only the U.S., but to the world is that fiscal conservative policies can work when they are allowed to work. What Milei did was take a proverbial chain saw to government spending, departments, and what he viewed as unnecessary jobs. When the private sector is booming, the ‘need’ for government jobs is obviously not as significant. When more money can be earned with jobs in the private sector, the draw to welfare benefits are lessened.




On August 13, 2020, the article below was posted on MHProNews. Months before the 2020 election that report (along with others) warned against the threats of big government programs that were described as socialism.  For those who understand the lessons of history, what we have today was entirely predictable – and was predicted.




But what can be done about this vexing set of situations in America now? The answer ought to be self-evident. Voting for more of the same will only deliver the same. Be it Biden-Harris, or some other person at the head of the Democratic ticket, it is evident that they are pushing big government ‘socialistic’ policies that tend to benefit corporate cronies while they hurt the very people that they claim to want to help.  While Democrats may claim they are for the little guy, leftists like Michael Weinstein have bluntly called them like they are – corporate Democrats.




It is therefore mind boggling that the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), which is supposed to be nonpartisan, is embracing plans that run counter to the interests of smaller businesses, affordable housing seekers, while benefiting primarily consolidators and the wealthy that can withstand inflation and even benefit from it.






The worst may be ahead, not behind, if Democrats hold power.  Explore the deep dive report below to see how even automotive independence is at risk.






Manufactured housing is hardly the only sector of the economy that is suffering. Several segments are witnessing consolidation, despite the happy talk by Biden-Harris that they would be working for more competition, when their policies are actually benefiting consolidators.

The powers that be want people to be ignorant. They want to posture as if they are benefiting the little guy, when they are slyly benefiting themselves and their allies.




MHProNews editorially believes in a nation of thinkers who are capable of doing good work, either for themselves in business, or for others in business.  MHI’s own members, and some past leaders, made it clear that the industry should be doing much, much better. The system is rigged. The wealthy are not all corrupt scoundrels, but numbers of them have abused the system that made the rich.






Be prepared to vote wisely. Help others in your circle to see reality and vote wisely. There is no place to flee if the U.S. completely falls into the hands of those who have abused the system for their own benefit, while they posture and pretend to be something that they are not.  After years of providing reports with analysis that are fact-based, use common sense, and tell the truth, it is time for more pros to read, ponder, and learn the valuable lessons. Argentina’s Milie has been called their version of Trump. Milie is showing the way. BTW, Antoni said increasing the housing supply is part of what he is advocating for to curb inflation. Manufactured housing could be leading the charge in that regard. Biden and Democrats have demonstrated in less than 4 years just how poorly their plans worked, which only makes the far superior Trump economy seem like a gift. See the linked reports to learn more. ###



Part III – Our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market moves graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that may be impacting manufactured housing connected investing.


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – 5.20.2024

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Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax – 5.20.2024

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  • Former President Donald Trump leads President Joe Biden by six points nationally in a hypothetical head-to-head race, according to a Harvard-Harris survey released Monday. [Full Story]
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  • How Will Iran President Raisi’s Death Affect Israel?
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  • ZOA’s Morton Klein: Biden ‘Defending Hamas’ Survival’ | video
  • Fred Fleitz: US Must ‘Stand Up to Evil,’ Support Israel | video
  • Bernie Moreno: Sen. Brown Policies Hurt Middle Class | video
  • Dick Morris: Democrat Base Is Transforming | video
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  • Newsfront
  • House GOP: Immigration Bill ‘Dead on Arrival’
  • Calling the bill “dead on arrival,” House Republicans derided the Senate’s attempt for a vote on bipartisan immigration legislation this week as a political ploy, Politico reported Monday…. [Full Story]
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  • Harvard/Harris Poll: Voters Want RFK Jr. in Debates
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  • Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, a hardliner seen as a potential [Full Story]
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  • Turkey’s Erdogan Expresses Condolences Over ‘Brother’ Raisi’s Death |video
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  • Who Is Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s President Whose Helicopter Suffered a ‘hard Landing’ in Foggy Weather?
  • Helicopter Crash Could Reverberate across the Middle East, Where Iran’s Influence Runs Wide and Deep
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