Daily blog: It’s February 9th, 2021, and 3 out of 10 small businesses could close by the end of the year. The corporate elite’s plan to crush the competition is going as planned.
They already have control of every interstate exit from sea to shining sea, but they want more. These corporate titans are no different than their railroad predecessors; they want it all. And our so-called representatives seem all too willing to help.
Now don’t get me wrong, I am not against big business, but I am against big companies who want to crush any competition.
Lowes and Home Depot are crushing small-town hardware stores.
CVS and Walgreens are crushing small-town drug stores.
And the franchise hell that has formed along our interstate highway system is crushing small-town restaurants.
We can not let this happen; there are opportunities in small-town America for individual businesses to open, and the towns should help them.
The day of big box stores is over as more people shop online.
Small businesses can fill this void by revitalizing our small towns; people still want a place to shop and eat with their friends.
In small towns as well as large, good people outnumber bad people by 100 to 1. In big towns, the 100 are nervous. But in small towns, it’s the one.