Written By: Arnie Olsen
Back on March 22nd, I published an article breaking down what a corporate bailout would mean for the 4 largest airlines in America. Since that time, the CARES Act has gone from first being introduced in the Senate on March 19th, through very public negotiations and eventually to being signed into law by the President on March 27th. Now, 19 days after I published my original article, I thought it would be useful to provide an update.
Continue reading “Covid-19 UPDATE: Corporate Bailouts and Food Pantries”
Written By: Arnie J Olsen
There is little that is more stressful for a small business owner than entering a period of time where revenue is dramatically decreased or even cut off completely, but in the face of these extraordinary times, there are some decisions you can make that could mean the difference between surviving and losing your business.
Continue reading “Business Planning in the Age of Covid-19”
Written By: Arnie J Olsen 10/28/19
Food for thought – Government Bailouts, Subsidies and “Socialism”:
The auto industry bailout that took place in 2009, cost the taxpayers $80.7 Billion on the front end of the deal. Continue reading “When the “Free Market” Needs a Handout”
If you consider yourself a decent human being, and someone worthy of calling themselves an American, please take note of the following article. It is the transcript of a 36 Hour “debate” between me and a group of die hard Conservatives and Libertarians.
I think it will provide you with a genuine insight into the critical importance of voting and doing everything within your power to prevent this cancerous way of thinking from overtaking our country any more than it already has, whether it is from the wealthy left, the wealthy right, or the generally self absorbed and clueless members of our society.
Continue reading “Minimum Wage: Part 3, War Is Upon Us”
In response to my original article on the reasons for raising the Federal Minimum Wage, I received the following comment from someone on a Conservative blog that I had shared the article on. While the statistics quoted I do not think are accurate, they do raise a point that maybe should be addressed. Continue reading “Higher Minimum Wage and Illegal Immigration”