There’s no other way to put it: the country is in a seemingly bottomless bad mood.

Dissatisfied with its leading presidential candidates, arguing when a balloon should have been shot down and profoundly pessimistic about America’s direction, there is no shortage of anger, fear and frustration.

Yet, despite the obvious economic worries, and led by inflation this nation just registered at 3.4 percent unemployment. This is the lowest level since U.S. men landed on the Moon in…

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