In the U.S., economic mobility is not only a possibility, but a reality for millions of people because ingenuity and hard work are rewarded. Each person owns her labor, property, and resources (capitalism) and can determine how to create value for society (economic freedom) rather than be directed and controlled by a central government. Government’s role in our economy should be limited, low taxes and sensible regulations, rather than wasteful red tape, so that people have flexibility and opportunity as workers and consumers.
Coronavirus and the economic shutdowns have affected everyone—but it hasn’t impacted everyone equally. Women have been among the hardest hit by the economic fallout from COVID-19, losing nearly 2.2 million jobs between February and November 2020. The December 2020 Bureau of Labor Statistics report had more bad news for women: all of the jobs lost were…Read Feature