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Sacramento, CA | Comment On Latest Small Business Economic Trends Report

Sacramento, CA | Comment On Latest Small Business Economic Trends Report

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 14, 2021—The nation’s leading economic barometer of its Main Street economy, released today, shows no breakthrough that would point to a quick or sustainable economic recovery at the moment, only a nagging uncertainty about everything. “Reading the economic tea leaves when they just floated was tricky enough in the best of times, […]

The Great Reset Demands Firing All Unvaccinated Employees

The Great Reset Demands Firing All Unvaccinated Employees

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola STORY AT-A-GLANCE The Great Reset has been called a conspiracy theory by many, despite specific plans published on the World Economic Forum (WEF) website and partnerships between the WEF and global organizations like the United Nations and World Health Organization An investigative report asserts that the ongoing restructuring of processes that […]

Prices Have Work To Do, Even In Pandemics

Prices Have Work To Do, Even In Pandemics

“Prices,” said the economist Benjamin Anderson, “have work to do. Prices should be free to tell the truth.” With Covid cases rising, places like Los Angeles reinstating outdoor mask mandates, and social media bursting with even more indignation than usual about Those People who refuse to wear a mask (or Those People who refuse to […]

The Horrors of Hyperinflation

The Horrors of Hyperinflation

Robert E. Wright  Some people thought serious inflation would follow the bailouts of 2008-9. It didn’t, so some assume prices will remain in check again now. A false cry of wolf in the past, however, doesn’t mean that the wolves of inflation do not stalk the economy this time. As described below, macroeconomic and policy conditions […]

Republican Fundraising Rises As Americans Blame Democrats For Inflation

Republican Fundraising Rises As Americans Blame Democrats For Inflation

By Casey Harper | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A small majority of Americans blame Democrats for the rising inflation, a recent poll found, as both parties fight to position themselves in the economic messaging battle heading into the next election. The Trafalgar Group along with the Convention of States for Action released […]

How COVID-19 Affected California’s Economy

How COVID-19 Affected California’s Economy

Samuel Stebbins | The Center Square contributor The U.S. economy reported its worst quarterly decline in modern history during the COVID-19 pandemic, with gross domestic product shrinking at an annual rate of 31.4% in the second quarter. The economy bounced back in the third quarter, but efforts to contain the virus’s spread throughout 2020 still resulted in a […]

California Businesses Can’t Fill Openings; Economists Warn Of Slowed Recovery

California Businesses Can’t Fill Openings; Economists Warn Of Slowed Recovery

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Employers in California cannot find workers and it is affecting the state’s economic recovery, a new survey shows. The National Federation of Independent Business’ monthly survey of small business trends shows optimism from job creators nationally took a pause as the COVID-19 pandemic waned. “May saw a slight […]

Go East, Young Man.

Go East, Young Man.

James R. Harrigan  “Go West, young man, go West and grow up with the country,” has been attributed to Horace Greeley by so many, for so long, that it’s almost as if he actually said these words. He didn’t, and said as much to anyone who would listen, but no matter. By the time he […]

EXCLUSIVE: Just 6% Of Small Businesses Have Fully Recovered Pandemic Losses, Poll Shows

EXCLUSIVE: Just 6% Of Small Businesses Have Fully Recovered Pandemic Losses, Poll Shows

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR Just 6% of small businesses that were negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic have fully recovered their losses, a Job Creators Network survey showed. The vast majority of U.S. small business owners continue to “claw their way out” of the hole caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the poll commissioned by small business […]

Signs of Inflation so Far

Signs of Inflation so Far

Gerald P. Dwyer The Federal Reserve has announced that it intends to raise inflation in the United States to two percent per year on average. Inflation generally has been less than two percent in recent years. Is the Federal Reserve likely to be successful at hitting this new target or even exceeding it? Recent dramatic […]

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