Below is Senator Jeff Sessions‘ response to Friday’s terrible unemployment report which showed only 88,000 new jobs were added to the economy, about half the average of the last few months. Plus, the labor force participation rate dropped to 63.3 percent, the lowest since 1979 (the Carter administration). Nearly 90 million Americans older than age 16 [...]
It’s a nice change to see sympathetic coverage of an American suffering in this rotten economy, instead of more boilerplate about the plight of poor illegal alien Juan who came for a better life (sniff).
The subject of the article, David Martin (pictured), has valuable accounting skills but lives in Fresno County, where the official unemployment [...]
How bad are California’s employment and quality-of-life indicators? Let’s consider a few illustrations of failure.
The Associated Press reported the recent unemployment numbers: March jobless rate dips to 12 percent in Calif. Yep, a disastrous 12 percent unemployed is an improvement here in the post-Golden State, where the official jobless number has been 12 percent or [...]
An interview with the hotel magnate has far more common sense about employment and trade than anything you hear out of Washington, where everyone talks up creating jobs but with no specifics about how.
China is manipulating currency to its great advantage, Trump says, and is exploiting American weakness. His recommendation: we should tax Chinese goods [...]
On Sunday, 60 Minutes presented a report about how bad the recession is for people who are unemployed. The show went to San Jose, which was the center of the booming Silicon Valley just a decade ago. Now shiny new buildings stand empty, and college-educated people have run out money after losing their jobs in [...]