We were denied priority for small business assistance, not because other restaurants had greater needs, but because of my sex and race.
Until reality sinks in, American workers and their families will continue to pay a steep price for the predictable errors of the Democratic Party.
The owner of the local nail salon has just as much right to not have her livelihood permanently destroyed due to COVID-19 as does the bar next door.
No small business could’ve prepared for this. Washington needs to give small businesses a genuine, real chance to survive.
“This is my— was my business,” said Tom Gram, standing beside his wife, Irene. He gestured behind him, a mountain of rubble occupying the charred, brick shell of what once was. Rode’s Camera Shop.
A barber who had been cutting hair for more than 50 years never set out to make a stand. He just wanted to pay his bills.
By caving in to Elon Musk’s demand to reopen, government officials showed their health orders have been arbitrary and ineffective all along.
The Washington Post published fan fiction blaming the depleted Paycheck Protection Program funds on the GOP, and painting Democrats as the problem-solvers.
Far from a naked handout to rich guys, the minor change under the stimulus package reduces taxes on business owners with the aim of making it easier to retain workers on payroll during this crisis.
While it looks like everyone is taking seriously the average worker’s needs, no one at the decision-making level has thought of the small business owner.
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.
Businesses can borrow up to 2.5 times their average monthly payroll expenses for the year 2019 or $10 million.
People would rather keep their jobs than be unemployed and receive a monthly check that doesn’t cover their bills.
A study of small employers in Ohio shows full Obamacare implementation will cost $2,434 more per employee.
States have enacted needless barriers against the low-income Americans who try to make their lives better through starting small businesses.
Contrary to public relations pushes and politician promises, people who feel minimum-wage hikes directly find this government intervention hurts, not helps.
- In Exclusive Interview, Trump Calls Sept. 18 Rally A ‘Setup,’ Says GOP Senate Should Fire ‘Disaster’ McConnellTrump called Mitch McConnell a 'disaster,' said George continue reading >
- Stanford Faculty Smear Professor Who Accurately Summarized Data On MasksOpen scientific discourse is especially critical duringcontinue reading >
- Leaked Document Shows Biden Sidelining Public To Take Orders From Planned ParenthoodThe Biden administration is flouting the law to push thcontinue reading >