22 million people, or 13.5% of the entire U.S. workforce has filed for unemployment in the last month. Continue reading 22 Million People Have Filed For Unemployment in the Last Month
Democrats who are using the Supreme Court as an attempt to vote-shame progressives into supporting Biden overlook his terrible record. Continue reading Joe Biden’s Terrible Supreme Court Record
Retail spending cratered a record 8.7% in March. The new record dwarfs the previous record of 3.9%. Continue reading Retail Sales Plunge Record 8.7% Last Month
A new survey finds 43% of U.S. small businesses are fighting for survival in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
24% of businesses surveyed have already closed on a temporary basis. Continue reading Survey Finds Almost Half of U.S. Small Business Will Permanently Close Without Help Soon
Bernie Sanders just dropped out of the presidential election. After running a progressive campaign against the establishment, the corporate media, and the corrupt wings of the Democratic and Republican parties, Sanders threw-in the towel after concluding that the delegate math is simply “impossible” to overcome.
It did not have to be this way. Continue reading The Democratic Party Just Reelected Donald Trump
The health insurance industry has a stranglehold on both the Democratic and Republican Parties, so much so that hardly any politicians are willing to fight for a universal healthcare system. Now, more than ever, is the time to elect Bernie Sanders. Continue reading The Coronavirus Proves We Need Bernie Sanders Now More Than Ever
The study found that of the 379 profitable companies, 91 paid no federal income taxes. A further 56 companies paid rates between 0% and 5%. Continue reading Study: One Quarter of Profitable Fortune 500 Companies Paid $0 in Federal Income Taxes in 2018
The bill includes one-time payments of up to $1,200 for individuals, $2,400 for married couples filing jointly, and $500 per child. Continue reading $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Signed into Law
This figure corresponds to 2% of all U.S. workers — 1 in 50. Continue reading 3.3 Million U.S. Workers Filed For Unemployment Last Week, Obliterating Previous Record
The index fell 30% over 22 days, the shortest duration on record. Continue reading S&P 500 Posts Fastest 30% Decline Ever, Faster Than During Great Depression