It is becoming laughable to hear the Obama administration talk about a so-called “recovery.” In reality, our economy is on life support and the latest jobs figures just confirm this horrible news.
Last Saturday night, it was truly crazy at several Walmart stores. It seems the entire population of two Louisiana cities, Springhill and Mansfield, were at Walmart shopping on their “no limit” EBT card.
In Roman history, few emperors are as reviled as Nero, who famously fiddled while the beautiful city of Rome burned.
For months, Gov. Bobby Jindal has boasted that Louisiana has a lower unemployment rate than the national average.
The Port of New Orleans could be shut down due to contract negotiations dispute, said a written warning from Stephen Schatz of the National Retail Federation.
What is the world coming to? Just ten days after Barack Obama was re-elected, Europe is now in the midst of another recession, our stock market has tanked and unemployment claims have skyrocketed.
Before the election, if I had told you that 77 percent of voters had a negative attitude on the economy and that Mitt Romney would beat Barack Obama by 22 points among those voters, you'd think Romney would easily win the election.
I have got good news and bad news.
In 2008, America, frustrated with a seemingly endless war in Iraq, military action in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and a faltering economy, turned to the most unlikely of presidential candidates, one with little government experience and a much different view of American’s role in the world.
The Presidential debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama Wednesday night featured economic issues including healthcare, the economy, the national debt and even Big Bird of PBS.
Now that the first debate is history, the question might be not just who won but what happens next due to the debate?.