Are we really that surprised?
There’s only one solution … and it’s not coming quickly enough yet.
Unemployment at 6.7%, but ….
Unemployment drops to 6.9%.
The numbers keep growing
Can’t imagine how that happened
Go long and go deep?
Progress, regardless of media coverage.
Party like it’s 1999
What a difference a day makes
“This foolishness plays right into the hands of the Radical Left Dems!”
“The pen-and-phone theory of executive lawmaking is unconstitutional slop.”
Cutting through the red tape
Fudging the numbers a bit
Weren’t we told you’re not supposed to say that?
“I do not buy that Trump’s fate is sealed.”
“What in the hell are we doing?”
It doesn’t have to be this hard
Picking up where we left off.
Why not $17 gazillion dollars, while we’re at it?
Fueled by consumer spending’s big May rebound?
Those unable or unwilling to work…
Mnuchin: You’d better believe more economic relief will be needed.
It wasn’t a crucial question.
Jobless rate drops to 13.3%.
“…every state is vulnerable to this scheme and will be targeted if they have not been already.”
GOP hitting reverse on jobless benefits?
Back to work?
Helicopter Cash Inc.
A silver lining in jobless claims?
It’s not a binary choice
The clock is running.
Lots of talk, not much action
Great Depression II?
“I’ll bring it back.”
Trump: No extension for stay-at-home guidance.
“Can Michigan spare its governor?”
“It’s a sad time for our business, that’s for damn sure.”
Duane Patterson and Phil Kerpen at 4 pm ET!
“the assumption should be that the vast majority of claimants have legitimate claims to what they are owed”
Dispute over a mask
Back to the drawing board