What a Gala Can’t Erase: The Jobless
The U.S. Labor Department stats for the second week of May belie a jobless reality no glittering State Dinner gala can erase. Half a million more citizens filed first-time unemployment claims. Meanwhile young adults struggle to find even their first jobs. The number of people filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week by the largest amount in three months. The big surge was | Read More »
Supremes Get One Right: Gut McCain Feingold.
After one of the WORST activist based decisions in history, that of April 2, 2007, which gave the EPA the power to treat auto CO2 emissions as an environmental issue, the Supreme Court seems to have finally put its robes on straight and actually READ the Constitution they are sworn to abide by. The court struck down major portions of the bill, especially those relating | Read More »
Tags: CO2 Emissions
, debt ceiling
, Harry Reid
, job losses
, John McCain
, Russ Feingold
, Sonia Sotomayor
, Supreme Court
Obama News, All Bad All The Time – 444,000 Job Losses Last Month.
It’s hard to tell where to start with this guy, other than to say it’s more readily apparent every hour that America has just about had it with him. If Presidential elections were held today he wouldn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell. But wait! THAT part is GOOD news… at least for those of us who VALUE freedom, honor our COUNTRY, and believe in | Read More »
Yesterday’s Lesson: Lower taxes and labor freedom create jobs!
Rough day for Michigan families yesterday. Despite (lackluster) efforts at job creation and retention in the auto industry the day brought one round of bad news after another. The same day General Motors announced plans to reduce their payroll by a full twenty-percent, estimated at well over 3,000 jobs, we get word that Chattanooga, Tennessee, will be the new home of a Volkswagen plant, a | Read More »