Hundreds of thousands of acres of wildfires are burning across the state of Oregon forcing some 500,000 to evacuate.
Rampant arson and looting continued in Kenosha, Wisconsin for a second night, as rioters focused their destruction on small businesses in residential neighborhoods.
“Businesses are leaving,” Portland Business Alliance CEO told KATU. “We need to start to turn the corner now, so that this sort of irreparable damage does not last.”
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti encouraged residents to report businesses that failed to comply with state and local coronavirus regulations in a press briefing on Friday afternoon.
The AP private payrolls report suggests the labor market may be healthier than it has looked.
Actor Robert Patrick took to Twitter on Sunday to shred the “angry mobs” destroying the livelihoods of those “who have invested their live’s earnings into their businesses” as riots rage across the country.
American businesses can reopen safely using “strategic testing, tracing, and smart business innovations,” writes Alfredo Ortiz, the president of the Jobs Creators Network, and Gov. Jeff Colyer, MD, a practicing physician who served as the governor of Kansas.
Commissioner Chairman Dan Camp of Pennsylvania’s Beaver County on Friday slammed Gov. Tom Wolf (D) over his order excluding the county from moving into the next phase of reopening.
The hardest-hit sector was leisure and hospitality, which shrank by 8.6 million jobs in April.
Alfredo Ortiz writes in RealClear Politics about the terrible cost of the coronavirus pandemic and shutdown to small businesses and calls for Communist China, which is responsible for it, to compensate Americans for damages they have sustained:
During a press conference on Friday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) announced that he will issue an executive order next week “talking about what will be done in Texas about reopening Texas businesses also in a way that will be
The current economic crisis differs from any other in American history, so it demands a policy response that’s innovative enough to address it.
Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) said during an appearance on Breitbart News Saturday that the Democrats’ delay of the economic relief package hurt small businesses in his own district, which is being ravaged by the coronavirus.
President Trump’s Department of Homeland Security declared gun manufacturers and retailers “essential critical infrasturcture,” which means they are to stay open and operational nationwide during a Chinese coronavirus shutdown.
During a speech on the Senate floor on Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) stated that Democrats “won’t let us fund hospitals or save small businesses unless they get to dust off the Green New Deal.” McConnell said, “Here