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Stocks Sink to End Worst Quarter Since 2008

The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw its worst first quarter ever.

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Donald Trump: Phase Four of Coronavirus Rescue Should Be $2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

President Donald Trump on Tuesday announced that he wanted Congress to pass a $2 trillion infrastructure bill to strengthen the economy during the coronavirus crisis.

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Posted in Consumer Confidence Index coronavirus Economy health

U.S. Consumer Confidence Holds Up Better Than Expected

U.S. consumers continued to be confident about the present situation in March but their outlook for the near-term futures cratered.

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Posted in asylum border Economy Immigration Migrants migration Politics UAC Unaccompanied Alien Chidren

Democrats Fight to Preserve the ‘UAC’ Migrant Pipeline

Democrats are fighting to keep open the “Unaccompanied Alien Child” (UAC) pipeline which is used by illegal-immigrant parents to bring their children into the United…

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Posted in Ben Carson Economy health homeless homelessness Housing and Urban Development Politics

Ben Carson: Build Homeless Tent Cities Outside, Solve Problem Now

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Ben Carson said Tuesday that the coronavirus pandemic presented a unique opportunity to address homelessness — and that…

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Posted in conservative movement conservatives Economy Frances Martel Francis Fukuyama globalism globalization manufacturing NAFTA National Review Nationalism Politics Radio Union City WTO

Frances Martel: Conservative Economics Need ‘Respect for the History of Who We Are’

Conservatives must prioritize local culture, history, and identity when formulating economic policies, advised Breitbart News International Editor Frances Martel, reflecting on her Sunday-published profile of…

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Posted in American manufacturing American workers China Chinese coronavirus coronavirus Economy health India Michigan offshoring outsourcing Politics production US manufacturing

Coronavirus: American Manufacturers Fear Ventilators Will be Made in China

American manufacturers fear they are being passed over for contracts to help make essential medical supplies by multinational corporations like General Motors (GM) in favor…

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Posted in coronavirus Economy Ford GE health uaw United Auto Workers ventilators

Ford and GE Plan to Make 50,000 Ventilators in Michigan in 100 Days

UAW workers will work around the clock to build the ventilators we need to beat the coronavirus.

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Posted in Adam Silver coronavirus Covid-19 Disney Economy ESPN health MLB NBA Sports TNT

ESPN and TNT Could Lose Nearly $700 Million if the NBA Season is Canceled

America’s sports leagues and the sports networks who broadcast them, are taking brutal financial hits during the coronavirus shut down, according to a look at…

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Posted in coronavirus Donald Trump Economy Farmers Food Supply Lines health McLane Global Mike Pence National School Lunch Program Panera Bread Politics ranchers school lunch Sonny Perdue supermarkets truckers USDA

Exclusive – USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue: ‘The Real Modern-Day Heroes’ Are Farmers, Ranchers, Truckers, Supermarket Workers

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue, a member of President Donald Trump’s cabinet, told Breitbart News this weekend that the “real modern-day heroes”…

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Posted in coronavirus Crime death Depression economic depression economic recession economic shutdown Economics Economy employment job market opioid addiction pandemic public health recession shutdown suicide unemployment

How Shutting Down The Economy Much Longer Could Kill Tens Of Thousands Of Americans

It is vitally important, literally life and death, that the proper costs and benefits are weighed with the decision on how much and how long…

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Posted in coronavirus Covid-19 Economy Free Market health Politics stimulus

Ryan Helfenbein: We Cannot Save the Free Economy by Destroying It

America will survive the coronavirus, but we cannot expect freedom to prosper or persevere if we destroy the conditions upon which it has thrived for…

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Posted in China Chinese coronavirus coronavirus Economy Free Trade Globalists globalization health mass immigration pandemic Politics Wall Street Journal Yale University

Pandemic Historian: Coronavirus ‘a Disease of Globalization’

The Chinese coronavirus “is emphatically a disease of globalization,” a pandemic historian at Yale University says.

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Posted in coronavirus Economy health Pre-Viral stimulus Treasury Department

Americans Who Owe Child Support Won’t Get Coronavirus Stimulus Check

The coronavirus relief bill signed into law on Friday includes payments to help most people, except for people who owe child support.

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Posted in B Inspired News coronavirus Economy health New Jersey Pizza Police Pre-Viral

New Jersey Police Gives Residents a Slice of Hope Despite Coronavirus

Three police organizations in New Jersey gave residents a slice of hope by purchasing 300 pizzas for their community despite the coronavirus.

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