A lot of people are now worried about what to do if they’re a big business that’s not part of the Democratic Party.
Some are worried about the 2020 election, and others are worried they’ll lose business if they go back to Trump.
The good news is that most of the bad news is in the past.
Businesses that have moved to the left in the last decade have been able to recover, thanks to new regulations that allow them to stay in business.
A look at the most recent data from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) shows that business is thriving across the country.
Businesses in the country’s 25 largest metropolitan areas, based on NFIB data, are doing well.
More than 60% of businesses in those metropolitan areas have reported better business conditions than in 2016, according to NFIB.
It’s the first time since the 1960s that businesses have been performing so well.
The average annual percentage change since 2011 has been about 1.5%.
NFIB’s analysis of federal data showed that the economic recovery has been a combination of good things and bad things.
There have been plenty of bad things, including higher unemployment, lower wage growth and higher unemployment benefits.
But there have also been plenty good things, like more people able to earn more and better jobs.
Trump, the GOP nominee, has made good on some of those promises.
In his first 100 days, Trump has signed several bills that help businesses.
He has cut taxes and regulations, opened more foreign markets and boosted the economy.
Trump has also promised to help small businesses, who often do well under his tough immigration policies.
That hasn’t been enough for business owners.
Business owners have been worried about how the Trump administration will affect them and their businesses.
In the last few years, some have moved their businesses to the Democratic side.
One of the most important things Trump has done to support businesses in the short term is by making it easier to get government subsidies for their businesses that they used to be able to get.
With these new rules, small businesses can now get more help to stay open, according the NFIB’s research.
It also means they can stay in businesses that previously were closed.
This has helped to drive up the number of businesses that are running as well as the number that have opened.
Business ownership is at an all-time high.
And business owners are benefiting.
The bottom line is that businesses in this country are thriving and are benefiting from the recovery.
Businessowners are starting to get their businesses back in operation, and there is plenty of optimism in this economy that we’re going to be back on track.