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California Had 4th Most Mortgage Delinquencies During The Great Recession

California Had 4th Most Mortgage Delinquencies During The Great Recession

Mike LaFirenza More than 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, much about the pandemic-era economy remains unusual and difficult to analyze. From a labor market that has both worker shortages and high unemployment to supply chain breakdowns and inflation fears, it has been a challenge to assess the true state of the economy and what […]

Jobless Claims Drop To 326,000

Jobless Claims Drop To 326,000

by Harry Wilmerding The number of Americans filing new unemployment claims decreased to 326,000 last week as the economy continues to slowly recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and pandemic-related unemployment benefits wind down. The Bureau of Labor Statistics figure released Thursday shows a 38,000 figure decrease in the number of new jobless claims compared to […]

California Is 10th Most Impacted By Pandemic-Driven Travel Restrictions

California Is 10th Most Impacted By Pandemic-Driven Travel Restrictions

Mike LaFirenza The spread of COVID-19’s Delta variant has been a significant step backward in the U.S.’s efforts to fight off the coronavirus pandemic. Cases and hospitalizations reached their highest levels since last winter and could rise again this winter, with large portions of the population still unvaccinated and fall’s cooler temperatures and indoor gatherings […]

Help Wanted: The Labor Shoe Is On The Other Foot

Help Wanted: The Labor Shoe Is On The Other Foot

    by Thomas L. Knapp “I’m a small business owner,” someone identified as “Andy” writes to syndicated advice columnists J.T. and Dale, “and I can’t believe how many people just don’t want to work anymore. … my business is suffering, because I can’t get employees.” My social media feeds are full of photographs — […]

California Has 6th Most Government Debt Per Capita

California Has 6th Most Government Debt Per Capita

The COVID-19 pandemic has had enormous impacts on state and local governments by reducing tax revenue, causing widespread unemployment, and increasing healthcare costs. In addition to reducing spending and, in some cases, raising taxes, state governments have relied on debt to address their budget shortfalls during the pandemic. According to data from the U.S. Census […]

Jobless Claims Increase To 351,000 As Economic Recovery Slows

Jobless Claims Increase To 351,000 As Economic Recovery Slows

  Thomas Catenacci  The number of Americans filing new unemployment claims increased to 351,000 last week as the economy continues to slowly recover from the coronavirus pandemic. The Bureau of Labor Statistics figure released Thursday represents an increase in the number of new jobless claims compared to the week ending Sept. 11, when 335,000 new jobless claims […]

California Spends The 4th Most On Welfare

California Spends The 4th Most On Welfare

In its first year, the Biden Administration has embarked on an aggressive domestic agenda intended to offer a variety of economic support to lower and middle class Americans. The American Rescue Plan, passed in March, included direct payments to U.S. households, new investments into safety net programs like food stamps and unemployment, and increases to […]

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 […]

Gab Launches Brand-New Job Board To Help Unvaccinated Americans

Gab Launches Brand-New Job Board To Help Unvaccinated Americans

  By Joe Kovacs The No Vax Mandate Job Board at Gab.com declares ‘Now Hiring!’ While vaccine mandates continue to sweep the nation in connection the fight against COVID-19, the free-speech social-media site Gab.com on Tuesday launched a “No Vax Mandate Job Board” to help American employers and workers who want nothing to do with the shots. “Is […]

California Unemployment Claims Increase For A Fourth Straight Week

California Unemployment Claims Increase For A Fourth Straight Week

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California’s unemployment rate continues to soar after jobless claims increased statewide last week for the fourth consecutive week. California workers filed roughly 68,100 jobless claims the week ending Aug. 14, up 2,600 from the previous week, the U.S. Labor Department reported Thursday, the highest level […]

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