A shocking new report from the Associated Press (AP) shows that areas in the United States that voted for President Donald Trump are losing jobs and areas that voted for Hillary Clinton are adding jobs. New job growth statistics show that overall the country will add about 2.6 million jobs during 2018. But most of…
“Those experts broadly agreed that immigration improves the economy for the native population, even on the per-person level.”
When Paul Ryan says “it’s time to take these lessons learned and apply them on a national scale—that’s a Better Way,” he means the same way
“The two Democratic presidents have produced jobs at 7 times the rate of the two Bushes or 2.1 million versus 300,000 per year.”
There is one example of a state that leads the nation in economic growth, job creation, and the ability to govern for all the people. This week, in a seriously stunning editorial by a very conservative newspaper they readily admit and praise California with its Democratic super-majority and governor as the model the rest of the nation and Republicans in Congress should follow.
Republicans ran on, and won big with, their claim that the GOP is “the party of solutions” founded on conservative pro-growth economic policies, deregulation, and tax cuts for the rich they claimed were more successful than anything “hapless” Democrats or Obama could ever hope to achieve. This is despite the President’s nearly five-year job growth record, world-leading GDP growth, and increased revenue paying down the nation’s debt at a record pace.
Despite their Herculean efforts to bankrupt America though, another report this week revealed the economy is on the mend despite the GOP plot to obstruct the new President’s attempt to turn around the economic disaster eight years of Republicans’ drunken spending spree on the nation’s credit card.
Under President Obama, the United States is on pace to have its best job creation year since Bill Clinton was president in 1999.
Ronald Reagan has been dead for over nine years and it is time to kill his absurd notion that cutting taxes on the rich and corporations produces a balanced budget, create jobs and economic growth.
Americans are having a difficult time understanding why Congress is taking a month-long recess when they have done absolutely nothing for the people who elected them.
The latest job stats from the Koch Republic of Pope, aka, North Carolina, add yet more data to the already massive proof that Republican policies kill jobs.
Every Republican who opposed infusing federal money into the economy, or obstructed President Obama’s jobs plans, knew they were stunting the economy and killing jobs.
We like people who contribute to our society, people who build, who create goods and services, who create jobs. We have a word for people who suck the life’s blood out of others: vampires. Vampires are parasites. Vampires do not sparkle. We don’t like vampires. We want to protect ourselves from them. If private equity’s…
It is up to President Obama to tell the American people what those with a memory already understand; high unemployment, the sluggish economy, and threat of war are the fault of Republicans.
Chuck Norris takes to WND to display comedic talents in support of Scott Walker, and badly misrepresenting Ronald Reagan in the process
Mitt Romney wants Americans to know what the first day of a Romney presidency would look like, based on his most recent position flip-flops
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has come under fire for an already failed top-down jobs strategy, that has left the state 51st in job creation.
If the public sector was hiring as it did under Reagan, unemployment may be 8% or less today, rather than 8.5%. This is why the Republicans do not want to pass the Obama jobs bill.
America is a representative democracy, but our legislators in Congress do not accurately represent the population as far as income is concerned. The income disparity between sitting members of Congress and the average household explains why the rich enjoy all the advantages in America. Party affiliation does not favor Republicans or Democrats as far as income is concerned, and both sides of the aisle have their fair share of extremely wealthy members.