09.06.2021

Labor Day 2021 – the permanent labor force shift

The Covid Pandemic has  transformed the way we work every bit as  much as it has transformed everything else. By Richard Manning The American workforce has undergone a major transformation over the past two years that promises to change the way America earns money and […]

03.15.2021

Blue states with the worst lockdowns lost the most jobs per capita to Covid as Congress rewards restrictions

The longer Congress pays states to remain closed, hurting working families, the longer this recession will continue. By Robert Romano Nevada, Hawaii, Maryland, Vermont, Connecticut, California, New Jersey, Virginia, Iowa, Rhode Island, Illinois, New York, Maine and Washington remain the states most impacted in jobs lost as […]

03.15.2021

Small business owner fears Biden’s Covid bailout could slow recovery

“Why would anyone want to hurry up and come back to work if they’re getting free money sitting around?” By Frank McCaffrey Americans for Limited Government Foundation is revisiting small business people we spoke with in 2020. We want to see what they’ve been up […]

03.08.2021

The rest of the story – why the economy gained 379,000 jobs in February

By Rick Manning The U. S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics reported fantastic job gain numbers across the country of 379,000 jobs created in their February 2021 Establishment Survey. While the economy remains over 9.5 million jobs shy of pre-pandemic levels according to the establishment survey — and 8.5 million shy in the separate household survey — this growth is a positive […]

03.01.2021

Senior Biden advisor: Joe got lucky with Covid pandemic

Senior advisor says Coronavirus ‘best thing that ever happened’ to Joe. By Catherine Mortensen A senior advisor to Joe Biden said the coronavirus was “the best thing that ever happened” to Biden, alluding to the impact of the pandemic on the voting public. The remark appears in […]

02.22.2021

IMF Study: Covid could lead to widespread social unrest

International Monetary Fund study: countries with severe epidemics also experienced greater unrest on average. By Catherine Mortensen A recent study by economists at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) found that if history is a predictor, America could be in for social unrest as the Covid pandemic eases. From COVID’s Long Shadow: Social Repercussions of Pandemics In […]

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