Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement following President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 remarks on December 21, 2021: “This has been a long two years. It’s been full of anxiety and despair, especially for those who have lost someone they loved to this virus, an overdose, or a mental health … Continue reading After two years of COVID, Biden offers only fear and fake science
"It is imperative that we reestablish local and state control, working together with those leaders to execute policies that encourage vaccination and government transparency. Not government force and fear – it backfires and only belongs to totalitarian regimes, not a constitutional republic of free people."
In Right to Work states, the number of manufacturing payroll employees had rebounded 10.1 percent just one year after its 2020 lows, a bump 63 percent greater than what forced-unionism states experienced, according to Labor Department statistics from July.
Prior to August, the economy had been growing by more than a half million jobs a month.
"This is what happens when you reward people for staying at home and throw gasoline on an inflation fire with socialist spending packages. If Congressional Democrats and the Biden administration really want to help struggling Americans, they will get out of job creators’ way and suspend with Pelosi’s $3.5 trillion spending spree which will double down on the worst of today’s jobs report.”
The answer is not more flip-flops, and it is not more mandates on the American people. It is time for the Democrats to stop pointing fingers.
Government restrictions were not correlated with lower COVID mortality in America. Government restrictions were correlated with higher unemployment, however.
The world may be nearing the end of the coronavirus pandemic (at least we can hope), but the post mortems are just beginning. A new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research found important correlations between sales losses and lockdowns across counties in California. Economists Robert W. Fairlie and Frank M. Fossen used state … Continue reading Study: Lockdowns Had Largest Impact in Destroying Economic Activity