Fuel Cost Inflation Confronts Kansas City

On such a beautiful Autumn afternoon, we consider the cruel and inevitable reality that approaches.

Like it or not . . . 


This isn't a threat or a scare tactic . . . It's a fact.

Moreover, the implications aren't always understood by many news-watchers.

Higher fuel costs aren't just a progressive tax on drivers. 

Expensive fuel, of course, will impact home heating prices.

Also . . .

Let's not forget that higher fuel costs will also increase charges for food, services and just about every product imaginable. 

Far less creative souls might just call that . . . Inflation

And so we enjoy the beautiful leaves, warm sun and pumpkin spice goodness . . . Knowing that winter holds harsh times.

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