Russia has admitted, finally, to rampant sports doping in the face of overwhelming proof. Maybe, in a year, or two, it will admit U.S. election hacking, as well. In the coming year the Senate is set to explore Russian sympathies among Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees as it, simultaneously, investigates Vladimir Putin’s 2016 election intrusions that, even, extended down to individual state levels.
Donald Trump is not even in the White House and he is already saving jobs. Within the past few weeks, he has helped secure jobs at an automobile factory in Kentucky and at a Carrier plant in Indiana. In fact, Carrier was threatening to take 2,000 jobs to Mexico, but will now retain 1,100 jobs in Indiana, mostly due to Trump’s deal making abilities.
The latest employment report will be the final economic indicator Americans will receive before the election.
In October, there were 161,000 new jobs created throughout the country, but that figure was below expectations. In 2016, the average number of new jobs created each month has been 181,000, far below the 229,000-average monthly figure of 2015.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez promoted the today's news release of the March 2016 Employment Situation report released today:
For the past few years, the Obama lovers in the media have been boasting about the supposedly great economy Americans are enjoying. According to this fictitious narrative, Obama’s strong leadership saved the economy and led to our “recovery,” but, in reality, we face today a RINO or “Recovery in Name Only” economy.
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.