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Seasonal Adjusted or Not Seasonally Adjusted – Understanding Is The Key

Here is another installment in the non-political arena for which Rich Mitchell called. Again, I am writing about a subjects with which I have experience – statistics – and with which I have no experience – unemployment. We are bombarded daily with “seasonally adjusted” data. For example, last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor published, ...

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STOCK Act Passes in House 417- 2. Here Come the Hypocrites

The STOCK Act passed in the House by a vote of 417 – 2 , yet there was still plenty of complaining and partisan bickering during it’s passage on Thursday.  S. 2038, also known as the STOCK ACT is,  “An original bill to prohibit Members of Congress and employees of Congress from using nonpublic information derived from their official positions ...

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Attorneys General letter against Obama’s Contraception Policy

Obamacare is pushing religious organizations to perform duties and tasks that are in direct contradiction to their beliefs. Three Attorneys General from Texas, Nebraska and South Carolina have c0-written a letter to remind the Obama administration that what President Obama is asking is unconstitutional and immoral. Whether or not an American agrees with the organizations, a citizen must decide that ...

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U.S. Postal Service continues to hemorrhage money

The U.S. Postal Service ended the first three months of its 2012 fiscal year (Oct. 1 – Dec. 31, 2011) with a net loss of $3.3 billion. Management expects large losses to continue until the Postal Service has implemented its network re-design and down-sizing and has restructured its healthcare program. Additionally, the return to financial stability requires legislation which gives the Postal Service ...

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Catholic group suing to stop Obama’s contraception regulation

Priests for Life, a New York based international pro-life organization of Catholic clergy and laity, today announced that it will be filing a lawsuit against the Obama Administration in an effort to seek injunctive relief from impending regulations that would require the organization to pay for employee health insurance that covers abortion-inducing drugs, contraception, and sterilization

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Catholic group suing to stop Obama's contraception regulation

Priests for Life, a New York based international pro-life organization of Catholic clergy and laity, today announced that it will be filing a lawsuit against the Obama Administration in an effort to seek injunctive relief from impending regulations that would require the organization to pay for employee health insurance that covers abortion-inducing drugs, contraception, and sterilization

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Is General Motors Truly Back on Top of Auto World?

General Motors Corporation recently laid claim to being the world’s largest automaker, as headlined in The Detroit News  last month.  “General Motors Co. says it sold more than 9 million cars and trucks worldwide last year — a 7.6 percent increase that allowed the company to reclaim the title of world’s largest automaker.” After GM posted it’s profits and sales figures boasting ...

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Rick Santorum’s Sweep Changes the Race

As the final Colorado vote counts were coming in late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning, confirming that Rick Santorum scored a hat trick against his Republican competitors, it was becoming clear that a sea change is occurring within the GOP race. More than before, it’s now arguable that the inevitability of Mitt Romney’s candidacy is a fallacy. This opinion has been ...

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Could Obama’s “contraception requirement” be on the way out?

From the Wall Street Journal: The White House said Thursday it has no plans to reverse course on its decision to require that all employers cover contraception in their insurance plans, despite a wave of criticism from Republicans and Catholic leaders. After a bruising week for health officials on the issue, the White House arranged a conference call with reporters ...

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Comrade Obama’s Three-Card Monte

The Marxist trickster was at it again in his “State of the  Union” address to Congress last week. It’s as if Obama was playing three-card Monte with Congress and the American people and saying, “you people are really stupid, so watch the cards, folks, and tell me where the truth-pebble is.” Comrade Obama, in pursuit of his never-ending Marxist class-warfare ...

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Comrade Obama’s Three-Card Monte

The Marxist trickster was at it again in his “State of the  Union” address to Congress last week. It’s as if Obama was playing three-card Monte with Congress and the American people and saying, “you people are really stupid, so watch the cards, folks, and tell me where the truth-pebble is.” Comrade Obama, in pursuit of his never-ending Marxist class-warfare ...

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Heinous Criminal Set Free On Technicality by Judge

News of a major crime has gripped the nation today. A heinous murder has been committed, but the murderer has been released in what has been described as a stunning miscarriage of justice. The prosecutors presented an airtight case with ample evidence to convict but the evidence was “deemed” to be irrelevant by a judge, who only a few days ...

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Police raid Occupy DC camp

U.S. Park Police officers, converging on one of the nation’s last remaining Occupy sites, arrived before dawn Saturday. The officers entered on horseback and in riot gear placing barricades around McPherson Square, a federal park near the White House. The officers said they were not there to evict anyone, but to ensure the protestors following “no camping” laws. Although four ...

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Should union bosses have access to your personal information?

Have you ever had a company sell your contact information to another company and then suddenly you started getting e-mails about some product you’ve never heard of?  It’s annoying isn’t it? Good news!  The National Labor Relations Board wants to require your employer to share your contact information with unions.  At least when companies pull this stuff they only send ...

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Kidnapped! American Tourists Captured by Bedouins in Egypt!

The peaceful serenity of the Egyptian desert was shattered this week by fear when Egyptian Bedouins in the Sinai captured American tourists, robbed them of cell phones, watches and other belongings and held them for ransom. The French news outlet AFP (Agency French Press) reports the nomadic people demanded that relatives being held in Egyptian jails be released in exchange ...

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