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.
While corporations are leading our government by the nose, small business is more often an unwilling victim, pleading for any path they can to survive their rulers.
The ‘stay at home to protect lives’ logic did not stop the virus, but did trample the booming economy, dragging down the most vulnerable women with it.
After railing against politicians for senseless lockdown policies, Portnoy announced the Barstool Fund to provide aid to as many small businesses “as humanly possible.”
No small business could’ve prepared for this. Washington needs to give small businesses a genuine, real chance to survive.
Santelli vehemently disagreed, disputing Sorkin’s claim that shutting down certain businesses over others is the right way to combat the pandemic.
Yelp announced they will “place a new Business Accused of Racist Behavior Alert” on the pages of businesses that “gain public attention for reports of racist conduct.”
Rather than renew a flawed program that benefits big business and saves jobs that should be destroyed, Congress should allow market forces to make the necessary economic adjustments.
Did the salon owner make Pelosi make an appointment, or take her mask off? Of course not.
“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.
As if the endless suffering of 2020 weren’t enough, Madison’s State Street businesses learned Tuesday the Big 10 is canceling its fall sports season.
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.
There’s more to this chaos than the unjust killing of George Floyd. The mob will never be satisfied.
More than 38 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits since state and local lockdowns initiated widespread economic self-destruction.
‘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.
More than 100,000 small businesses have already been permanently destroyed over two months, and a looming tax day will destroy thousands more.
By caving in to Elon Musk’s demand to reopen, government officials showed their health orders have been arbitrary and ineffective all along.
More than 100,000 small businesses have permanently shuttered within just two months as pandemic lockdowns devastated the nation’s economy.
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