Posted in coronavirus Covid-19 Economics Economy Jobs jobs report June Trump unemployment

Unemployment Drops As U.S. Adds 4.8 Million New Jobs In June

The jobs report released Thursday shows the second consecutive month of growth and the highest jobs increase in American history.

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Posted in bailouts California Coronabailout coronavirus Covid-19 Economics Economy federal spending Gavin Newsom Government Spending spending state spending Taxes U.S. economy

No, Congress Shouldn’t Add A State Bailout To Americans’ Coronavirus Tab

Lean, effective government, lower taxes, and pro-growth regulations will revive the U.S. economy far better than bailouts for mismanaged states.

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Posted in California coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Gavin Newsom health Los Angeles Politics

Gavin Newsom Orders Bars in L.A. County to Close Again Due to Coronavirus

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered all bars in Los Angeles County to close, due to a rapid increase in the number of coronavirus cases…

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Posted in Business Canada China Chuck Grassley coronavirus Covid-19 Kristi Noem Mexico South Dakota Utah Wuhan virus Wyoming

Hard Times, Strong Citizens, And Freedom: The Story of The Ranchers, Businesses, And People In The Only State Not To Shut Down

‘If you have a leader that will take too much authority in a time of crisis, that’s when we lose our freedom and our liberties,’…

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Reebok Ends CrossFit Partnership After CEO Mocks ‘Racism Is a Public Health Issue’ Tweet

Reebok, an apparel brand owned by Adidas, ended its business partnership with CrossFit following the fitness company’s CEO mocking a declaration of “racism” as “a…

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Rubio Argues For Industrialization As Solution To The ‘White-Black Earnings Gap’

“The moral legitimacy of our economy is dependent on the vitality of our communities of color. Likewise, the health and resilience of our economy are…

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Posted in CARES Act coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Foundation for Government Accountability health Heritage Foundation Payroll Protection Program Politics Small Businesses unemployment claims Welfare

CARES Act Flaw: Employees Reject Jobs in Favor of Payroll Protection Program Funds

Some business owners are having difficulty “reopening” because their employees would rather collect funds through the Cares Act PPP.

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Posted in California casinos coronavirus Covid-19 Economy health Politics

Multiple Los Angeles Area Casinos Reopen for Memorial Day Weekend

Several casinos in the greater Los Angeles-area have reopened for Memorial Day weekend after nearly two months of being shut down due to the deadly…

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San Francisco Opens Officially-sanctioned Homeless Camp Outside City Hall

The City of San Francisco opened its first officially-sanctioned homeless camp this week, located outside City Hall.

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Rosemary Gibson: Made-in-U.S.A. Drugs Can Be Produced Faster, Cheaper, Better than in China

Drugs can be manufactured in America more quickly, efficiently, and with better quality control than in China, said Rosemary Gibson, senior adviser at the Hastings…

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Posted in coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Federal Reserve health Jerome Powell Politics Senate Banking Committee steven mnuchin u.s. treasury department unemployment

Treasury, Fed Chair: ‘Permanent Damage’ If Lockdowns Persist, Worst Downturn Since WWII

The economic downturn from the novel coronavirus pandemic is “without modern precedent” and “significantly worse than any recession” the U.S. has experienced since World War…

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Posted in China coronavirus Covid-19 economic shutdown Economics Montana Nevada quarantine shutdowns social distancing Steve Bullock Steve Sisolak Utah Wuhan virus

Inside The Defiant Mining Town Bar That Won’t Shut Down And Die

More and more, from Virginia’s beaches to the mountains up north to right here right now, people are coming to a consensus: Their governors’ shutdowns…

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Coronavirus Rent Strikes Are On The Fast Track To Obliterating Property Rights

America’s responses to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic come at the expense of our natural rights, and property ownership is in the crosshairs.

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We’re Setting Out Across America To Discover The State Of Main Street

America’s reawakening is an unfolding story, one our young country has never lived before. To work to understand it and to tell it, The Federalist…

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Posted in Connecticut coronavirus Covid-19 Economy health Ned Lamont Politics Small Businesses

Gov. Ned Lamont: ‘Avoid’ People Traveling into Connecticut When State ‘Reopens’

Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said he wants to “avoid” having people from out of state travel into Connecticut when the state reopens on May 20.

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