With 89 Million Americans Not Working, Obama Decides to Eliminate Jobs Council

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Nearly 89 million Americans aren’t working and labor force participation is at 63.6 percent. So who needs that jobs council anyway?

Obama’s Incredible Shrinking Economy

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The president’s economic spin-masters go into overdrive.

Zimbabwe Government Down to $217, America May Be Next

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This is what happens when your Debt to GDP ratio is at 220% and your government’s economic plans consists of seizing land from farmers and handing it out to your cronies while trying to borrow even more money to keep the entire disastrous thing going.

Obama Shrinks US Economy 0.1 Percent in 4th Quarter

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The Commerce Department said Wednesday that the economy contracted at an annual rate of 0.1 percent in the fourth quarter. That was a sharp slowdown from the 3.1 percent growth rate in the July-September quarter.

Social Security Disability Program May Hit Shortfalls by 2016

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The number of US workers claiming disability insurance increased by 22 percent in 5 years

Obama’s Startling Second Inaugural Admission

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Four years later, all he can say is “an economic recovery has begun”?

Obama Jobs Council Has Not Met for a Year

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Barack Obama’s Jobs Council hit a notable milestone on Thursday: one year without an official meeting. The 26-member panel is also set to expire at the end of the month, unless Obama extends its tenure.

Liberalism Versus Blacks

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50 years of failed ideology.

Weekly Jobless Claims Now Up to 371,000

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The number of people filing for first-time unemployment benefits in the week ending Saturday rose to 371,000 from a revised 367,000 the previous week, the Labor Department said Thursday. It was the fourth straight weekly increase.

Are We Already in a New Recession?

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Much of the economic data say yes.