A top health adviser to President-elect Joe Biden suggested that the nation is well-positioned financially to withstand a lockdown of more than a month in an effort to get the coronavirus pandemic under control.
A visual for anyone confused...
In this video, we break down Donald Trump's decision to sign the sickness relief bill.
President Trump made good Wednesday on his repeated threats to veto a $741 billion defense spending bill, setting up what is expected to be the first successful veto override of his presidency during his last weeks in office.
In this video, we explain the truth about the stimulus bill and Donald Trump's veto threat.
In this video, we break down the massive $2.3 trillion spending and relief package, aka the stimulus bill.
No so free money...
"When you vote to pass out free money, you lose your soul and you abandon forever any semblance of moral or fiscal integrity"
Forget about borrowing money from China. That's old-fashioned. These days, with yesterday's trillion dollar "stimulus" bill, the Fed just creates free money for Americans! We can all be rich! What could go wrong? The combined 5,500 page "stimulus" b
Democrats and Republicans publicly argue and bicker with one another. Outwardly, there is conflict. But when it comes to expanding the power of government in every direction, there couldn't be more harmony between them. The growth of state power and
The senators want to force a vote on their proposal as part of the stopgap spending bill that must pass through Congress by midnight on Friday, Dec. 18. to prevent a government shutdown, as Congress struggles to reach a deal on a comprehensive relief
I'll save you some time from listening to the podcast...$300,000,000 for Migrant and Refugee Assistance pg 147, $10,000 per person for student loan bailout (no one paid my student loan. I had three full time jobs), $100,000,000 to Nasa, because, who
So near and yet so far appears to be the case on US fiscal stimulus. Mnuchin and Pelosi are still talking.
...Prepare For 3PM Negotiation
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has defended her party's decision to reject the Trump administration's revised COVID-19 stimulus bill during a heated interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
Last week, President Trump tweeted the rug out from under stimulus when he announced that negotiations were going to be cut off until after the election. The markets immediately tanked. But Trump quickly reversed course.
Multiple states are claiming that they "accidentally" overpaid workers who were unemployed and stuck at home during the worst of the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) plandemic, and now they want all that money returned.
"If I am sent a Stand Alone Bill for Stimulus Checks ($1,200), they will go out to our great people IMMEDIATELY. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening Nancy?"
Trump tweeted that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was "not negotiating in good faith" and said he's asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to direct all his focus before the election into confirming his U.S. Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney B
Won't be long until a trillion dollars will mean nothing
Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott, The Liberty Advisor about the fall of France as the French government announces another 100 BILLION Euro relief plan to stimulate the economy.
For some reason, the line in the sand for 'good' news on initial jobless claims has become 1 million. Twice in the last four weeks, there has been fewer than 1 million Americans filing for first time unemployment benefits
Today's example comes from American Airlines which will confirmed today that it will cut 19,000 workers if federal payroll aid expires as scheduled on Oct. 1, capping a 30% workforce reduction since the coronavirus pandemic began to torpedo travel de