May 31, 2011
You notice the lamestream isn’t talking about this? And why was the U.S. Chamber of Commerce the one who filed suit? Curious that they would be the most anti-American worker of the bunch. Maybe this is why unemployed Americans is so high.
Hey we know how VOTE FOR ME “Open Borders Obama” feels about illegals .
The U.S. Supreme Court late last week upheld the legality of an Arizona law cracking down on employers who hire illegal immigrants, i.e. Employer Sanctions, and most voters support having a similar law in their own state.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 61% of Likely U.S. Voters favor a law in their state that would shut down companies that knowingly and repeatedly hire illegal immigrants. Just 21% oppose such a law, and another 18% are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
If it’s in the news, Rasmussen Reports has the details.
September 9, 2010
The BLS has announced that as a result of the Labor Day weekend, 9 states (among which the biggest one California) did not report initial claims data to the bean counters, so instead the government had to “estimate” what the data would have been: yep, estimate, what the data was in these nine states.
From Bloomberg: “For the latest reporting week, nine states didn’t file claims data to the Labor Department in Washington because of the Labor Day holiday earlier this week, a department official told reporters. California and Virginia estimated their figures and the U.S. government estimated the other seven.”
The US economic data reporting has just entered the Obama Regime twilight zone — So the numbers are hot air … But still high. And if you examine the data you find the facts are ugly, no jobs being created — not the cheery news being played out in the lamestream.
August 14, 2010
As the recovery summer continues apace, double dipping dead ahead. Thanks Obama, say, did you know the poor and low wage earners are hardest hit? Looks to me like the next government bubble will be the college graduate bubble.
Just turning the great depression into the great depression. hmmm — Isn’t that what the fascist FDR did with about the same results. I you did an apples to apples with the unemployment rate, the great depression it ran about 15-25%, we now stand at about 18% unemployment using the same type data.