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Jobs and Economy Most Important Election Issue in Rust Belt States: Poll

Jobs and Economy Most Important Election Issue in Rust Belt States: Poll

BY TOM OZIMEK A new Epoch Times poll of registered voters in the Rust Belt shows that by far the most important issues in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are the state of the economy and jobs. More voters cited the “economy and jobs” as the issues most important to their vote in the November presidential election, at […]

Trump Vows to Create 10 Million Jobs, Says Biden White House Would ‘Kill’ Economy

Trump Vows to Create 10 Million Jobs, Says Biden White House Would ‘Kill’ Economy

BY TOM OZIMEK At Friday’s rally in New Hampshire, President Donald Trump defended his record on jobs and growth, vowing to adopt policies that would see the post-pandemic rebound soar to new heights, while claiming that Democrat policies of high taxes and higher regulations would “kill” the economy. Speaking before an audience of supporters in Londonderry, Trump began by saying that […]

Kudlow Expects Economy to Surge by Over 20 Percent On ‘Terrific Numbers’

Kudlow Expects Economy to Surge by Over 20 Percent On ‘Terrific Numbers’

BY TOM OZIMEK White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told Fox News on Thursday that he expects the economy to grow by over 20 percent in the final quarters of 2020 and that predictions for a sharp, V-shaped recovery remain in play. “Twenty-percent-plus growth in the third and fourth quarters. You can score that,” Kudlow said in an interview with […]

Newsom nears pivotal decision: Should California try to reopen again?

Newsom nears pivotal decision: Should California try to reopen again?

By VICTORIA COLLIVER OAKLAND — California Gov. Gavin Newsom says California is “turning a corner” on the pandemic weeks after locking down various sectors in a desperate bid to thwart a summer surge. But that puts the Democratic leader at a crossroads. Should California reopen gyms, churches and malls again? Newsom will face his toughest test […]

Jobs Recovery Stalls in States Experiencing COVID-19 Surge: Report

Jobs Recovery Stalls in States Experiencing COVID-19 Surge: Report

BY TOM OZIMEK Small-business hiring has slowed in states experiencing a COVID-19 resurgence, according to high-frequency labor market data from a recent report by scheduling firm Homebase. The report found that after more than two months of steady labor market recovery across all states following a sharp plunge in April amid lockdowns, some states are showing a split. Those that […]

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Relaxes Some Workplace Guidelines, Announces New Testing Method

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Relaxes Some Workplace Guidelines, Announces New Testing Method

By Tom Tapp California Governor Gavin Newsom said at his Monday press conference that the state was adjusting some of the workplace closure guidelines it issued last week, specifically those around hair salons and barbershops and the “personal care services industry.” The governor said he had wanted to make the changes earlier, but that it “turned out that was […]

The Road to Hell is Paved with Economic Plans

The Road to Hell is Paved with Economic Plans

    By Thomas L. Knapp Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says he has an economic plan for America to “Build Back Better.” US President Donald Trump complains that Biden “plagiarized” significant elements of that plan from, you guessed it, Donald Trump. Both plans are packed full of bad ideas that have been proposed a […]

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 […]

As coronavirus cases rise, California governor says he could start reeling back some reopenings

As coronavirus cases rise, California governor says he could start reeling back some reopenings

By Sara Zendehnam SACRAMENTO, Calif. – As California deals with an increase in coronavirus cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom is warning he could start reeling back some of the reopenings if the virus gets out of control. At a news conference on Monday, Newsom said tightening stay-at-home restrictions isn’t in his plans just yet. But he said his administration is prepared […]

War is Not Good for the Economy or Living Things

War is Not Good for the Economy or Living Things

    By Joel Schlosberg Has New York Times columnist Paul Krugman become an advocate of laissez-faire? Probably not. But if he carried his observations “On the Economics of Not Dying” (May 28) to their logical conclusion, he just might. Krugman notes that economic growth is “just a means to an end, namely, improving the […]

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