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Obama and Hillary Clinton Just Can’t Bring Themselves to Call the Orlando Jihadist Attack Islamic Terrorism — Instead They Both Call for More Gun Laws
- Flashback: Remember in March 2009 when the Federal Debt was $11 Trillion — During Obama’s Watch Our Federal Debt has Practically Doubled
Obama Had the Audacity to Call Bush “Unpatriotic” for Adding $4 Trillion to the National Debt — What is it Called for Nearly Doubling the Debt – Treasonous?
Iran’s Grand Islamic Wizard Khamenei Admits to Creating Spinning Centrifuges
and Nuclear Material Necessary to Construct a Bomb
Hillary Clinton the U.S. is $19.269 Trillion+ in Debt
What Have You Done to Erase Our Debt Crisis?
- Flashback: Lets talk about your involvement in the Whitewater Corp Bankruptcy and Cover-up, together with you and Bill’s complicity with illegal loans, corruption in Arkansas at Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan and 451 missing documents related to the alleged criminal conspiracy.
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HHS has Given a Free Pass to Exxon, Pepsi, Chevron, Visa Together with NYC and Even the Dept of Defense but Has Taken the ‘Little Sisters of the Poor’ to Court Insisting they Must Either Comply with the ObamaCare HHS Mandate or Face Crushing Fines
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Labor Force Participation Rate Declines to 62.8% Matching a Rate When Another Democrat, Jimmy Carter Occupied the Oval Office -Image: Bureau of Labor Statistics
(Market Watch) Companies scaled back hiring in April, adding a mere 160K jobs well below expectations of 203,000 jobs — the labor force participation dipped to 62.8% near a 38 yr low as 362,000 people dropped out of the job force in April
The number of Americans not in the labor force last month totaled 94,044,000 — 562,000 more than in March reports CNS News among major worker groups the jobless rate for Hispanics grew to 6.1% and African-Americans 8.8%
On the 03 May, I wrote here that productivity growth is slowing more than it has since the 1980s as the economy grew at an anemic 0.5% annually according to data released last week by the Dept of Commerce.
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