Lawmakers Unveil Plan to Extend $600 Weekly Unemployment Benefits
With enhanced unemployment benefits set to expire on July 31, Senate Democrats have unveiled a new plan to extend the payments for millions of Americans.
The Double Standard of the American Riot
Since the beginning of this country, riots and violent rhetoric have been markers of patriotism. When our Founding Fathers fought for independence, violence was the clarion call. Phrases such as “Live free or die,” “Give me liberty or give me death,” and “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God” echoed throughout the nation, and continue today. Force and violence have always been used as weapons to defend liberty, because—as John Adams once said in reference to the colonists’ treatment by the British—“We won’t be their Negroes.”
Two-time Shark Tank alum and Youtube star on running a business during coronavirus
Aaron “Alpha.M” Marino is no stranger to adversity, and like many other small business entrepreneurs, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced him to innovate his game to combat a bearish economic climate.
Going to the movies will be a different experience in the new coronavirus reality
The days of packing into a chilly, air-conditioned theater at midnight to catch the hottest blockbuster release of the summer are in the past, at least for a little while.
The summer box office will kick off two months late this year, ushering in a new kind of normal for moviegoers.
Minority & Women Business Owners Largely Shut Out Of COVID-19 PPP
The coronavirus continues to disproportionately affect underserved communities in health, and now in wealth, according to findings related to the government’s paycheck protection program. Studies and researchers are finding that minority small business owners were largely shut out of the paycheck protection program which allocated $349 billion dollars.
These three southern states will start easing coronavirus lockdowns
Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina are set to begin easing their states’ shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. All three states made their announcements on Monday.
Georgia governor, Brian Kemp will allow indoor facilities like bowling alleys, gyms, and hair salons to start opening on Friday. Restaurants will open next week with new safety standards. All businesses are expected to continue to practice social distancing.