Posted in Biden Biden Tax Plan Economics Hoover Institution tax Taxes

Study: Biden Will Raise Taxes On 80 Percent Of Americans, Cut Annual Income $6,500 Per Household

Economists note that median household incomes in 2030 would fall by $6,500 despite Biden’s promises to prioritize the middle class.

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Posted in coronavirus Covid-19 economic recovery Economics Economy employment Jobs lockdowns unemployment

Except For Locked-Down Blue States, America’s Economic Recovery From COVID-19 Is Amazingly Strong

The nation’s corporate media have mostly downplayed or ignored the U.S. economy’s remarkable performance following the COVID-19 lockdowns earlier this year.

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Posted in 20/20 bailouts coronavirus Donald Trump Economics federal spending government unions lockdowns Nancy Pelosi public-sector unions shutdowns stimulus unemployment

No, Shutting Down Another Stimulus Won’t Cost Trump The Election

What makes Trump look worse before the election: trying to get a deal with no success, or pointing out that the other side doesn’t want…

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Posted in Business Congress coronavirus Covid-19 Economics Economy loans pandemic Paycheck Protection Program PPP Small Business Administration Small Businesses Wuhan coronavirus Wuhan virus

How Renewing The Paycheck Protection Program Would Sabotage The Economy

Rather than renew a flawed program that benefits big business and saves jobs that should be destroyed, Congress should allow market forces to make the…

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Posted in CNBC COVID Donald Trump Dow Economics Economy jobs report lockdown Melania Trump October September

661,000 New Jobs In September, Unemployment Rate Falls Half A Point To 7.9 Percent

The September jobs report out Friday shows unemployment fell half a point from 8.4 percent to 7.9 percent with 661,000 new jobs added.

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Posted in Census Bureau economic growth economic inequality Economics Economy household income Income Income Inequality Jobs poverty work

Census Report Shows How Jaw-Dropping Trump’s Economy Was Before Shutdowns

The amazing strength of the data in that report show what the American economy, and American workers, can achieve—if given the right policy environment and…

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Posted in bailouts earnings Economics Entitlements federal budget federal debt federal spending finances government debt Government Spending money Quantitative Easing redistribution stimulus Wealth

Your Future Earnings Are Quickly Becoming Other People’s Money

Every stimulus grabs control from shoppers and hands control to government people. You will pay again later by getting less for the lower-value dollars as…

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Posted in CARES Act Congress coronavirus Economics Heritage Foundation HEROES Act House of Representatives Senate stimulus unemployment Wall Street Journal

WSJ Analysis Shows Why Congress Shouldn’t Keep Subsidizing Extra Unemployment

The enormous, debt-funded unemployment benefits beefed up just several months ago de-incentivized work and created undue hurdles for businesses to bring back employees.

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Posted in 2020 Election Barack Obama coronavirus Covid-19 deficits Donald Trump Economics entitlement spending Entitlements federal deficits John Maynard Keynes Medicaid Medicare pandemic Richard Nixon Social Security spending Taxes Wuhan coronavirus Wuhan virus

Economic Collapse Is Imminent If We Can’t Stop Our Deficit Spending Spree

We’ve become accustomed to solving all our problems with more spending, but at what point must we question our national solvency?

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Posted in ballot initiatives California California ballot initiatives Economics gig economy gig work gig workers Lyft Lyft drivers Texas Uber Uber drivers

California Is Not A Tech State, It’s A Big Labor State, And The Two Are At War

California lawmakers are essentially attempting to force workers in the gig economy to unionize, which will funnel millions of dollars in dues to Big Labor.

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Posted in AB5 Assembly Bill 5 Biden Biden 2020 California Doordash Economics Gavin Newsom gig economy gig work gig workers Joe Biden Kamala Harris labor law labor laws Lyft Lyft drivers ridesharing Sen. Kamala Harris Uber Uber app Uber drivers

Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Endorsed California Law Forcing Uber To Cut 200,000 Employees

Uber and its more than 200,000 drivers in California have fallen victim to the state’s assault on the gig economy.

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Posted in Black Lives Matter Blue Lives Matter boycott Censorhip Economics Economy Goodyear MAGA hat Politics President Trump Stock Market Tires Twitter

Goodyear Stock Price Nosedives After Company Endorses ‘Black Lives Matter,’ Bans Employees From Saying ‘Blue Lives Matter’

Goodyear’s financial downfall began long before COVID-19, causing some speculation about the company’s leadership and executives.

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Posted in California Covid-19 economic recession Economics gig economy independent contractors Lorena Gonzalez

New Film Exposes How California’s War On The Gig Economy Was Exacerbated By COVID

Killing the gig economy directly before a crippling recession, which left millions looking for work, has produced predictable, and utterly unnecessary harm.

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Posted in Business Donald Trump drugs Economics Kodak New York Peter Navarro pharmaceuticals White House

White House Strikes $765 Million Deal With Kodak To Produce American-Made Drugs

Loans to Kodak will allow the United States to produce 25 percent of the ingredients needed for pharmaceutical production.

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Posted in Brazil Capitalism Economics free markets savings the free market Wal-Mart Walmart

When I Live Abroad, What I Miss Most About America Might Be Walmart

Walmart receives a lot of hate, but when it’s not around, you realize how much you miss its low prices, well-stocked shelves, and wide selection…

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