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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Take Proactive Steps to Continue to Serve Community through the Pandemic

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Take Proactive Steps to Continue to Serve Community through the Pandemic

Agoura, CA – As soon as COVID-19 made its way onto the scene, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) was proactive in their response starting in the spring and continuing throughout the summer.  When the pandemic hit, the BGCGCV closed for two weeks to assess the COVID situation and […]

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 […]

The Government Made Us Jobless, Now They’re Going to Make Us Homeless Too!

The Government Made Us Jobless, Now They’re Going to Make Us Homeless Too!

      by Raven West NEVER before in the history of our country, no matter diseases or wars has our government forced businesses to close and put so many people out of work. Never has it EVER been a choice between earning a pay check, paying for rent and food, or taking a chance […]

ECONOMY | USMCA Expected to Bring Some Relief From Pandemic Economic Woes

ECONOMY | USMCA Expected to Bring Some Relief From Pandemic Economic Woes

BY EMEL AKAN WASHINGTON—The new trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada took effect on July 1, opening a fresh era in North American free trade. The agreement contains new “rules of origin” on cars, which incentivize the use of high-wage labor in auto manufacturing and make U.S. and Canadian workers more competitive vis-a-vis Mexican […]

WEBINAR – Business Reopening Policy and Liability – Is it safe yet?

WEBINAR – Business Reopening Policy and Liability – Is it safe yet?

While the future health impacts of the ongoing pandemic remain a “known unknown”, there is no doubt the future of our communities, states, and nation depends on the reopening of a thriving economy. For business owners and analysts, understanding the legal and policy ramifications of reopening will be essential. That’s why we’re delighted to host […]

Prioritizing Climate Over Pandemics

Prioritizing Climate Over Pandemics

    By Paul Driessen As of May 20, the United States had more than 1.5 million confirmed cases of Wuhan Coronavirus. US deaths related or attributed to the virus topped 92,000 (though many were really due to old age and related co-morbidities). Because of COVID, much of the US economy has been shut down […]

Dr. Daniel Erickson: “99.5 to 99.7 percent of individuals exposed to COVID-19 have little or no symptoms; USC and Stanford back our data”

Dr. Daniel Erickson:  “99.5 to 99.7 percent of individuals exposed to COVID-19 have little or no symptoms; USC and Stanford back our data”

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—”What we know medically, is that 99.5 to 99.7 percent of individuals exposed to COVID-19 have little or no symptoms,” said Dr. Daniel Erickson, co-owner of Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield on Saturday’s Fireside Chat. “USC and Stanford University which are research institutions back our data. “Show me the data, so […]

Pandemic Closes Thousands of Restaurants Around Country, Threatening Livelihoods and Culture

Pandemic Closes Thousands of Restaurants Around Country, Threatening Livelihoods and Culture

BY VENUS UPADHAYAYA As the country starts reopening, a new reality will meet those fond of dining out—many restaurants have closed for good and most others are struggling to get back to the statuses they previously enjoyed in their communities. David Chang opened Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York City in 2004. Since then, his company has come […]

Immigrant, Illegal Alien Unemployment Skyrockets Amid Pandemic: Study

Immigrant, Illegal Alien Unemployment Skyrockets Amid Pandemic: Study

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER . Both the immigrant and natural-born populations in the U.S. are suffering from soaring unemployment numbers, according to a study from a conservative think tank. The unemployment rate among immigrants rose 320% amid the coronavirus pandemic, igniting more concerns over foreign workers entering the country during a precarious time for the labor […]

Trump Says Pandemic Shows Era Of Globalization Is Over

Trump Says Pandemic Shows Era Of Globalization Is Over

BY TOM OZIMEK President Donald Trump said virus-related disruption to supply chains has exposed the vulnerability of America’s reliance on sources in foreign countries, adding that he believes that the days of “globalists” have come to an end. Trump made the remarks in an interview with Fox Business’s Maria Bartiromo that aired Thursday. “It’s all going to be […]