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Geithner: Obama’s Jobs Act costing taxpayers $200K per job is a ‘bargain’

“Turbo” Tim Geithner…. out of touch or just a turbo idiot?! In an interview with ABC News, Geithner challenges Democrats to pass Obama’s jobs bill. As usual, in what ABC sees as Geithner’s perceived ‘bargain’, it’s nothing but borrow, borrow, borrow… spend, spend, spend. “We can borrow money for 10 years as the government of the United States because people ...

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Calling All Calligraphers

Are you a calligrapher? You need to apply… Apparently, there’s a strong use for these skills and you could make $90,000 a year. In a day and time when we have the Autopen to sign for the President who would believe there is enough need to have not one, but three calligraphers on staff at the White House. Who knew? ...

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Gallup: Jobs #1 Hispanic Priority

All the news last week didn’t change the fact that Hispanics don’t put immigration as their number one priority. Instead, they are most concerned with jobs and health coverage. President Obama may want to review the most recent Gallup poll and perhaps take a pivot toward jobs during this election season. Or not. Maybe this is a prime opportunity for ...

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Looking for a JOB-Try North Dakota!

Are you willing to relocate? Try North Dakota. Unemployment is now at 3% with some areas as low as 1% (DOL June 2012 figures). Fast food restaurants are paying $15/hour because there is such a demand. Construction workers and truck drivers are in big demand as boom town cities spring up in the middle of nowhere. From waitress to engineers, ...

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First Time Unemployment Drops Again… But…

Like many I look forward to seeing the unemployment numbers released by the Department of Labor each Thursday morning. These numbers reflect individual’s initial filing for unemployment benefits. They are not indicative of new jobs. Job growth numbers come out the first Friday of each month (I also watch for this). Dropping first time unemployment numbers coupled with increasing new ...

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Obama Backtracks…. Private Sector “Not Doing Fine” After All

This just has not been a good day for President Obama! First thing this morning there was an out-of-touch-with-reality quip that the private sector is “doing fine”. It didn’t take long for the RNC to respond with their own ad, which caused the President to scramble for a response of his own. Just hours after Mitt Romney taunted Obama for ...

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California “Money-Grab” Causing Layoffs

LOS ANGELES, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — You’d think that California would be fostering small businesses, especially ones that clean the environment and enhance public safety. Instead, a group of California District Attorneys have cost one 26 year old California small business their largest customer and forced layoffs for 12 employees. It all goes back to 2009 when California made it illegal to employ the word “biodegradable” on packaging. Many ...

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Cornyn STAR Act Will Create Jobs by Keeping US Educated Highly Skilled Foreign Professionals in America

WASHINGTON, May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Compete America, a coalition dedicated to ensuring thatthe United States has the highly educated workforce it needs to continue to lead the world in innovation and job creation, issued the following statement on Senator John Cornyn’s recent introduction of the “Securing the Talent America Requires for the 21st Century” or STAR Act: “We applaud Senator Cornyn for recognizing that ...

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Helping Outsource Jobs? Congressmen Say Stop!

The United States has always been a generous country.  According to the Census Bureau every year we give Billions to third world countries…and some not so third world.  When asked about foreign aid to countries first thoughts of many will go to the assistance in Haiti after its devastating earthquake or helping with the AIDS epidemic in part of Africa. ...

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Sustainable Development is Truly Unsustainable

As the Supreme Court determines whether government can infringe into the depths of our lives, it appears our representatives are leading us toward the creation of global soviets. Where the planning of our lives, commerce, communities and even our health are accomplished through facilitated community groups, centralized planning or the strong arm of the law where only the few in ...

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Paul Krugman: “Natural Born Liar”

Paul Krugman, he of the once-great N.Y. Times recently penned the article  Natural Born Drillers , in which he makes completely outlandishly false claims about the number of jobs created by the oil and gas industry, to go along with his usual fallacy-floundering Liberal propaganda punditry. Mr. Krugman finished up his latest ( and already discredited) propaganda piece with the following lines: (emphasis added) ...

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Who’s Offering Economic Solutions?

Given America’s growing national debt, now in excess of $15 trillion: http://www.usdebtclock.org/ A per capita government debt that’s worse than Greece’s: http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/chart-america-s-capita-government-debt-worse-greece_631797.html Unemployment numbers “officially” listed at 8.5%: http://www.bls.gov/bls/newsrels.htm#OEUS Petroleum prices trending higher, adding pain at the pump for consumers while decreasing money available to them for spending on vital necessities like food and shelter: http://www.livecharts.co.uk/trend_signals/trend_forecast_chart_selector.php?ts=Futures_WI A statement like: “America’s ...

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The Promise that Became a Punch Line

Hopefully, the RNC is planning on doing more than releasing these ads on YouTube, because some of them are good. If you ‘Like’ that let them know and subscribe to their YouTube channel.

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