Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) Wants YOUR Resume
By Andrew Cray At the end of President Bush’s last year in office, the unemployment rate was 7.2%. This was during the so-called worst recession since the Great Depression. For most of 2010 the unemployment rate was teetering near 10 percent with the government constant readjusting employment figures after each release. With last weeks disappointing job numbers and a minimal drop from 9.8 percent to | Read More »
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Recovery? What Recovery?
Think about it. The bickering in Washington about whether to extend the Bush tax cuts is deeper than whether or not one class benefits or suffers. The tax cuts signify whether our economy can piece itself back together or remain stagnant. According to the Department of Labor, four hundred and thirty six thousand unemployment claims were filed last week. The unemployment rate has been flirting | Read More »
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