How Does Nancy Pelosi Get Away With Blocking Desperately Needed Relief Aid?
Pelosi didn’t stand in the way of aid for just an hour or two, or a day or two. She stonewalled for two weeks while small-business people across the country struggled to stay afloat in a time in which public fear of the coronavirus and government stay-at-home orders reduced their business incomes to zero.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, commonly referred to as the coronavirus relief package, allocated $500 billion in emergency funds for individuals and businesses that were being impacted by the pandemic. On Tuesday, the Senate passed a $483.4 billion aid package that will replenish the Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP). The PPP has been a saving grace for many businesses, especially as they attempt to keep employees on the payroll.
Senate Approves $484 Billion Coronavirus Pandemic Relief Plan
☆ Prosperity Is Just Around The Corner
The U.S. Senate passed a $484 billion relief package on Tuesday afternoon to fund small business loans, hospital aid, and testing for the Chinese coronavirus. The measure, passed by a voice vote, includes $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, $75 billion for hospitals, $60 billion for emergency disaster loans, and $25 billion for testing.
A clearly astonished Rush Limbaugh warned his listeners Thursday that America is headed for another Great Depression if the economy contracts any further due to shutdowns in response to the coronavirus crisis.
Are We Witnessing a Targeted Economic Hit Against Trump Voters?
☆ OP-ED: The Shutdown Is Doing The Greatest Damage To Small Businesses
It just so happens that the big-box mass merchandisers and online retailers responsible for flooding our country with crap from Communist China are still open. Meanwhile, other, very specific parts of the country are shut down.
Some Democrats are demanding that stimulus payments as part of the coronavirus response include illegal immigrants — part of an ongoing effort to eliminate all barriers to public assistance for those in the country without documentation.
OP-ED: The US Economy Will Come Roaring Back, Despite The Plans of Politicians
☆ Washington DC Needs To Get Out Of The Way
Ron Farmer is a Houston-based serial entrepreneur of remarkable energy. Back in 2009, and when the U.S. economy was gasping for air after a 2008 political crack-up that subsequently led to financial and economic terror, I asked Farmer how he felt given the economy’s disastrous shape. Could we recover? His response was optimistic…
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Donald Trump Announces ‘Opening The Country Council’ For Restarting The Economy
☆ The Start Of America’s Economic Recovery & Restoration
President Donald Trump on Friday at the White House announced that he would draft an economic advisory council focused on reopening the country. “I call it the ‘opening of the country council,’ so we don’t get it confused with Mike’s task force, which has done so great,” he said, referring to Vice President Mike Pence’s coronavirus task force.