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White House Seeks to Cut Capital-Gains Tax Rate via Congress: Kudlow

White House Seeks to Cut Capital-Gains Tax Rate via Congress: Kudlow

BY JACK PHILLIPS National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow says he “wouldn’t mind” seeing a return to a 15 percent capital-gains tax rate, while noting that President Donald Trump wouldn’t seek such a cut through an executive order. “We are looking at middle-class income tax cuts and capital gains tax cuts to spur investment and jobs and liquidity,” Kudlow told […]

Santa Paula: Covid Closed Business Overtaxed

Santa Paula: Covid Closed Business Overtaxed

    Guest Editorial, Dr. Vanessa L. White, Owner, Santa Paula Fitness Biggest reason why many small businesses will fail during the pandemic: Inaction, caused by Greed There are two reasons why some economists are saying 60% of small businesses will close their doors for good because of the pandemic: (1) Governments’ and (2) property […]

Surge In Number of Americans Moving In With Older Family Members Amid Pandemic: Fed Study

Surge In Number of Americans Moving In With Older Family Members Amid Pandemic: Fed Study

BY TOM OZIMEK Researchers at the Federal Reserve have noted a surge in the number of Americans moving in with older family members during the pandemic, with the shift impacting certain demographics more sharply than others. “The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected the living arrangements of millions of Americans,” said Daniel Garcia and Andrew Paciorek, authors of […]

When Putin pities Trump One Knows that America Reached the Breaking Point

When Putin pities Trump One Knows that America Reached the Breaking Point

    By Sigrid Weidenweber On May 12, 2020 Russia’s President Vladimir Putin released an edict: the economy will be on track—the non-working days are over for all sectors of the economy. With this simple statement he declared the Covid 19 virus to be dealt with. Moscow, the epicenter of the disease in Russia, only […]

The COVID chart you won’t see in the news

The COVID chart you won’t see in the news

By David Outten I took US population data and ran it against COVID and Pneumonia Death data and came up with this chart (Through July 22). Imagine all the schools closed when the risk to children is far lower than even pneumonia. COVID fills the news every night and 40 million people lost their jobs. […]

Expert discusses COVID-19 with Marketing Maven

Expert discusses COVID-19 with Marketing Maven

    By Robin Itzler  Following a recent Zoom meeting that focused on the COVID-19 coronavirus and how Americans should adapt to living with it until there is a proven vaccine, the Marketing Maven was fortunate to interview one of the speakers. Renowned researcher Dr. Adenoid Hynkel took the time to answer questions to help others […]

Ventura County Public Health Department issues modified health order Allows for reopening of additional sectors – Takes Effect Friday, June 12, 2020

Ventura County Public Health Department issues modified health order Allows for reopening of additional sectors – Takes Effect Friday, June 12, 2020

VENTURA, CA – Ventura County Public Health Department has issued a modified health order permitting the reopening of additional businesses that were previously closed. This Order will be effective June 11, 2020 11:59 pm and will continue to be in effect until extended, rescinded, superseded or amended in writing by the Public Health Officer. Sectors […]

COVID – The Chinese Virus | Common Sense Gets Overpowered by Bad Science

COVID – The Chinese Virus | Common Sense Gets Overpowered by Bad Science

    By Sigrid Weidenweber In times like ours I delight in debate with my grandsons—fifteen and seventeen years old. Until recently we mostly saw the world in terms of common understanding. Lately our debates have become acrimonious, not only because of the corona virus, but because of the statistics the boys use to cement […]

Two Of US’s Most Popular National Parks Reopen After Officials Closed Them Over COVID Concerns

Two Of US’s Most Popular National Parks Reopen After Officials Closed Them Over COVID Concerns

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks will begin reopening to the public next week after they were closed due to concerns officials had related to the coronavirus pandemic. The parks will open to the public on May 18 after officials closed them to visitors March 24 due to the novel coronavirus […]

Crushing the States, Saving the Banks: The Fed’s Generous New Rules

Crushing the States, Saving the Banks: The Fed’s Generous New Rules

    by Ellen Brown Congress seems to be at war with the states. Only $150 billion of its nearly $3 trillion coronavirus relief package – a mere 5% – has been allocated to the 50 states; and they are not allowed to use it where they need it most, to plug the holes in […]