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Why Millions Of Americans Might Be About To Ditch City Living

While we’re starting to see signs of economic revival, some areas are experiencing more of a recovery than others. Millions are rethinking where they live.

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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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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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How The Right Pro-Growth Policies Can Restore The American Economy

Continued tax cuts, deregulation, energy abundance, and reformed trade deals can once again unleash the immense capabilities of American ingenuity.

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Pandemic Lockdowns Pushed Another 1.9 Million Into Unemployment Last Week

Another 1.9 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, marking the first time in more than two months new claims fell below 2 million.

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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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Jobless Claims Eclipse 40 Million Under Pandemic Lockdowns

While Thursday’s new jobs numbers show an 8-week decline in new first-time filings, new jobless claims still shatter previous records.

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U.S. Gun Sights Maker Re-Engineers Factory To Supply Elite Military During Pandemic

‘There’s no one in the U.S. that does what we do. That would leave the option of really going to Asia…and there’s no chance that…

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Another 2.4 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week, 38 Million Since March

More than 38 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since state and local lockdowns initiated widespread economic self-destruction.

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July Tax Day Could Be The Final Blow To Thousands Of Small Businesses

More than 100,000 small businesses have already been permanently destroyed over two months, and a looming tax day will destroy thousands more.

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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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100,000 Businesses Have Permanently Collapsed Under Pandemic Lockdowns

More than 100,000 small businesses have permanently shuttered within just two months as pandemic lockdowns devastated the nation’s economy.

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COVID-19 Stock Dive Illuminates Another Way Democrats’ Tax Plan Would Boost The Rich

The struggling stock market reveals a major flaw in Democrats’ tax plan that could become law if Joe Biden wins the presidency: Mark to Market…

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