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A Compilation of George Soros and Obama’s Shared Agenda

In Conspiracy Theories, Economy, Featured, People, Points Of Interest, Politics, United States, US Border Talk by RosieLeave a Comment

While George Soros was busy bankrolling his battalion of established activist groups and launching a few new ones of his own, he quite naturally looked toward the upcoming presidential election of 2008 with great anticipation, eagerly awaiting the day when George W. Bush would finally leave office. The question was, who would replace him? In recent years, all indications had …

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Jobs Report Misleading – Missing U6 Unemployed

In Economy, Editorials, Featured, Points Of Interest by Rosie4 Comments

The U.S. Labor Department said Friday, March 6,2015 that the unemployment rate was 5.5 percent in February—but does that rate tell the real story? Economists look past the “main” unemployment rate to a different figure the Bureau of Labor Statistics calls “U-6,” which it defines as “total unemployed, plus all marginally attached workers plus total employed part time for economic …

Unemployment Biggest Problem Today

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Since the partial shutdown last fall, Americans have said that government/politicians are the single biggest problem facing the country, according to Gallup survey, but today, we’re seeing a small significant shift in voters’ priorities. People are more concerned about unemployment/jobs than any other political issue: This poll dropped the same day President Obama celebrated the fifth year since the Stimulus …

Unemployment in America Today

In Economy, Editorials, Featured, United States by Rosie4 Comments

At Least 27 Million Americans are ‘Underemployed’ While the official unemployment rate last year was 8.1 percent, a far greater percentage of working-age Americans were “underemployed.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the underemployment rate in 2012 was 14.7 percent, amounting to 23.1 million people. Underemployed Americans include those who are officially considered unemployed, plus involuntary part-time workers and …

To Fund or Not to Fund Obamacare THAT is the Question

In Economy, Featured, Politics, United States by Rosie3 Comments

Some in Washington claim that defunding Obamacare would not prevent the implementation or enforcement of the law’s statutory requirements and new regulations. They seem to be unaware of the federal Antideficiency Act (ADA), which makes it illegal to spend money in excess of appropriations. If a fight over such a defunding provision led to a shutdown of the government, not …

Congress & Obamacare, They Are Getting A Better Deal

In Economy, Editorials, Featured, United States by Rosie2 Comments

A common saying during the 2008 health care debate regarding Onamacare was “At the end of the day, I figure if it’s good enough for Congress, it’s good enough for the American people,” then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said at an Arizona campaign stop in January 2008, referring to the Democrats’ plans for reform. Members of Congress and their staff currently …

Gov’t Spending Is a Waste

In Economy, Editorials, United States by Rosie5 Comments

Today in President Obama’s press conference he asked “how are we going to make sure that we’re reducing our deficit sensibly?” How, he went on to say, is through basic research. The Heritage Foundation has done the research. President Obama’s April 30th Press Conference Transcript Top 10 Examples of Wasteful Federal Spending in 2012 Government Waste Is Just the Tip …

The Green Energy Loan Racket

In Economy, Environment, United States by Rosie3 Comments

The green energy loan racket’s biggest loss since Solyndra may come from a company that was bent on selling $100,000 luxury cars to people like Justin Bieber, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Al Gore. The fact that hardworking taxpayers were forced to subsidize the Fisker Karma, a hybrid electric sports car catering to the super-wealthy, is a scandal in its own right. …