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Community Banks Lead Effort to Steer More than $4 Billion to Small Businesses in...

Hundreds of community banks across America are bypassing big banks on Wall Street to fuel the economic rescue of the nation’s economy, steering more than $4 billion in loans to small businesses across the country. A senior Treasury Department official confirmed to Breitbart News on Friday afternoon that more than $4 billion has been given…

Tucker Questions Severity Of Shutdown Strategy: What If ‘We’d Adopted A More Conventional Response...

April 02, 2020 10:28 PM ET Fox News host Tucker Carlson wondered what would have happened had the United States employed “a more conventional response” to the coronavirus pandemic than the economically costly shutdowns Americans are currently experiencing during his Thursday night monologue on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” The Fox News host lamented the historically unsurpassed…

Israel Ranked As Safest Country To Be In During Pandemic

TEL AVIV – Israel was ranked the safest country to be in during the pandemic, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said in a statement citing statistics from the Deep Knowledge Group (DKG). Coming in first place with a ranking of 619, Israel was closely followed by Singapore which scored 600, DKG’s website said. New Zealand,…

Texas Or Canada: Where Will Oil Hit $0 First?

Most of US oil production landlocked, while Russia and Saudi Arabia all within easy access to seaborne transit Looking at the future of oil prices, Goldman was downright apocalyptic in its short-term forecast, when in a note published this morning, the bank’s chief commodity strategist Jeffrey Currie speculated that as the current production glut “shock”…

Ryan Helfenbein: We Cannot Save the Free Economy by Destroying It

Rahm Emanuel once famously stated, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.” As of Saturday night, the total number of cases of the coronavirus in the U.S. exceeded 120,000, with the total number of deaths over 2,000. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) has lost over 25% of its value from its mid-February…

Pandemic Historian: Coronavirus ‘a Disease of Globalization’

The Chinese coronavirus “is emphatically a disease of globalization,” a pandemic historian at Yale University says. In an interview published in the Wall Street Journal, Yale University’s Frank Snowden — a historian who most recently in 2006 published a book about Italy’s eradication of malaria — details how the coronavirus pandemic is threatening the globalist worldview…

Americans Who Owe Child Support Won’t Get Coronavirus Stimulus Check

The coronavirus relief bill signed into law on Friday includes payments to help most people, except for people who owe child support. Owing back taxes or other debts such as student loans to the government does not affect how much stimulus money a person would receive, according to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA).…

Lee Zeldin: Democrats Delay of Coronavirus Relief Bill Hurt Small Businesses

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. Zeldin said his district, the 1st Congressional district in New York, has been “crushed” with positive cases and added that…

Watch–Trump to GM: Reopen Lordstown to Manufacture Ventilators

President Donald Trump is telling General Motors (GM) CEO Mary Barra to reopen the automaker’s idled Lordstown, Ohio, plant to make ventilators for Americans in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis. During a press briefing on Friday, Trump blasted GM for decades of offshoring American jobs to foreign countries and idling its Lordstown plant…

Coronavirus: U.S. Reliant on Malaysia, Thailand for Nearly All Rubber Gloves

The United States is relying on rubber glove imports from mostly Malaysia and Thailand in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus, with no clear path for manufacturing the critical medical supply in the U.S. About three-in-five, or 60 percent, of rubber gloves today are made in Malaysia, while the U.S. is making close to none,…
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