By Bob L.
This Government is sure helping get people back to work by letting companies discriminate against American worker.
How many people can say this country is not going down to foreign pressure with the help of out present Government, if you say that is not so then you are brainwashed to where you will never see the truth of what is going on.
By Zachary Roth
It’s no secret that this country is enduring an unemployment crisis.
But what’s especially troubling about today’s jobless scene is that the United States is actually in the midst of a *long-term* unemployment crisis. Of the nearly 14 million Americans who are officially jobless, more than 6 million have been out of work for more than six months, the official definition of long-term unemployment. Continue reading
Categories: America, Democrats, Jobs, money, people, politics, Republicans, unemployed
Tags: Barack Obama, Democrats, Great Depression, politics
By Bob L.
I agree with what Mr. Limbaugh is saying about the way people are so calm about what is happening, but until people start getting more involved in this Country we are going to lose every thing that our Fore fathers fought for.
I know people thing that every thing is in good hands, well if it was, then why are we so far in debt if it was in good hands, look around, are your neighbors or your self out of work or close to losing jobs???
Some friends in Ohio that I met when I lived there, are in that situation now because the companies they work for were bought out and are now down sizing, does that sound like this country is putting people back to work.
By David Limbaugh
I’ll make you a deal: I’ll quit accusing Democrats of obstructing spending and entitlement reform when they quit obstructing spending and entitlement reform.
Now we even have the nonpartisan, sterile, unflappable Congressional Budget Office virtually predicting a “fiscal crisis,” yet the Democratic Senate hasn’t passed a budget for 785 days. There ought to be a law. Continue reading
By Russell Berman
The can cannot be kicked down the road again. The deadline cannot be delayed. It’s now or … well, no one wants to contemplate what happens if there’s no sign of a debt-reduction deal by July 4. The dollar or capital markets, or both, could explode.
As Vice President Joe Biden’s group of negotiators returns to the bargaining table this week, there’s at least one thing that unites Republicans and Democrats working to bridge a partisan chasm on fiscal policy: They know that time is running out to agree to lift the $14.3 trillion debt limit and end fears of a first-ever default by the U.S. government.
While the Treasury Department has set an Aug. 2 deadline for Congress to approve an increase, negotiators are pushing to have a framework in place by Independence Day, according to people briefed on the talks.
By Bob L.
This will never be like it used to be untill our Governments stop raising taxes, and learn how to say no to all these yuppies that want all this fancy stuff that is not beneficial to creating full-time jobs not part-time or temporary, but as long as they keep spending taxpayer money on thing that are not needed, there will never be a job to keep people working, the way I feel is if it is some thing you want then you pay for it not the taxpayer.
Why do we need Schools that are spread out over Fifty Acres and costing Millions Dollars, or why are we building Post offices that here again cost millions, in all, these cases and more are bankrupting this Country, what is wrong with going back to building less appealing and more functional to get a better Education and keep more jobs, I keep forgetting yuppies want it all and the best, NO MATTER WHAT IT COST.
Posted by Roya Wolverson
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
The quip “don’t quit your day job” isn’t the insult it used to be. In this
economy, it’s the key to staying afloat.
Not only is joblessness on the rise again, Continue reading
Categories: America, Education, government, Jobs, Lives, money, people, unemployed
Tags: Barack Obama, Democrats, Economy, Jobs, people, politics