An astonishing 2.2 million more Americans were working in October than in September, and 1.5 million fewer were unemployed.
More than any other president in 40 years, Donald Trump has benefitted working-class Americans, especially African Americans. New data only reinforces that amazing trend.
A new study shows a clear path forward as Americans stare another recession in the face thanks to COVID-19. The most important focus? Jobs, jobs, jobs.
The nation’s corporate media have mostly downplayed or ignored the U.S. economy’s remarkable performance following the COVID-19 lockdowns earlier this year.
‘After adjustment for demographic and socioeconomic factors, the group most likely to attend selective colleges were students in male breadwinner-female homemaker families.’
Forty-four percent of Americans under age 30 believe a company is correct in firing an executive because he or she made a personal donation to Trump’s reelection campaign.
‘Thank God the state is opening so myself and thousands can finally escape this nightmare,’ says a former restaurant manager who is still waiting for unemployment after nine weeks of being forced out of a job.
Using claims of discrimination as a wedge in the door for government bureaucrats would end religious education and the religious rights of parents to educate their children according to the dictates of their faith.
As the country reels from this pandemic, could a realigning right find common ground with the pro-union left?
In the wake of coronavirus, our communities will be immeasurably poorer without the kind of small restaurants that taught me life lessons and overflow with nostalgia.
We should at least ask the question: Are we suffering under months-long lockdowns just to exchange one public health crisis for others?
It is vitally important, literally life and death, that the proper costs and benefits are weighed with the decision on how much and how long to shut down economic activity through the pandemic.
People would rather keep their jobs than be unemployed and receive a monthly check that doesn’t cover their bills.
Working from home can be fun, productive, and exciting. But it is up to you to make the most of it.
Working from home is a massive lifestyle change, but there are things you can do to make it easier.
As House Democrats’ anti-freelancer bill moves to the Senate, it has attained the endorsement of New York Sen. Chuck Schumer.
If Democrat representatives in the House have their way, many Americans will be out of jobs they created for themselves, on their own terms.
The biggest costs of the PRO Act won’t be borne by employers and businesses. It will be the workers who have less freedom and flexibility to decide how they want to earn a living.
Michael Bloomberg’s new plan is a perfect example of the failure of center-left policy concoctions meant to help black Americans, invariably cooked up by rich liberals.
No longer able to force employees to unionize, the AFL-CIO is trying to force contract workers into employment. But freelancers are fighting back.
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