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How Many U.S. Companies are Outsourcing Jobs?

admin @ July 26, 2012 # No Comment Yet

Outsourcing jobs is a hotly debated issue these days. The elitists think nothing of it and feel it’s only fair that they should be able to turn as big a profit as possible at all costs – even if it’s at the cost of the American economy and America’s jobs. Roughly a year ago a […]

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Thousands not too happy with “Obamacare”

Brittany @ September 12, 2009 # No Comment Yet

“One nation under plunder,” “Obamacare makes me sick,” “Go Green Recycle Congress” and “I’m Not Your ATM” were just a few of the signs — and let’s not forget voices that chanted things like, “Enough, enough” and “We the People,” “You lie, you lie!” and my personal favorite, “Pelosi has to go” — at today’s […]

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60 Plus Association’s TV ad gives false information

andrea @ August 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Here’s another reminder that you can’t believe everything you read or see on television. This time, we have 60 Plus Association to thank for the little memento. The 60 Plus Association made its opinion about Obama’s health care reform known in a new controversial TV advertisement.

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Where is our money REALLY going?

Brittany @ August 3, 2009 # One Comment

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you probably have some idea about the current state of our economy. Without sugar coating anything, it’s in the toilet, perhaps waiting on a few more flushes with the way we’re continuing to spend, spend, spend. But do you have any idea where most […]

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Best and worst job postings per capita by city

Brittany @ July 14, 2009 # No Comment Yet

As U.S.News reported recently, there is but one city that stands out among the 50 largest in the U.S. for most job postings for capita. Just think about what section of the country’s jobs have actually held up during this recession depression. Can you guess it?

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Unemployment rate highest in 26 years

andrea @ July 3, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, it did. As the recession continues, more of us are becoming aware of how serious it is. Thursday’s report from the Labor Department suggests that, although America may be coming out of a recession, many companies will still be laying off employees. This month, thousands of […]

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We need employment checks too

andrea @ June 15, 2009 # One Comment

Employed or unemployed, it’s probably safe to say that we’re all having a tough time financially. People are picking up more and more jobs, if they’re lucky, because one just isn’t enough anymore. According to USA Today, people who are currently employed are still doing worse than any time prior. Oh, except during the Great […]

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U.S. economy + budget plans = impossible

andrea @ May 12, 2009 # 4 Comments

Forty-six cents for every dollar borrowed? Forty-six cents?! What a fantastic idea. It’s one of the best in American history. Thanks to President Obama’s economic stimulus bill and the Wall Street bailout we can look forward to the federal deficit increasing to about $2 trillion (yes, TRILLION). This year, the government plans to borrow 46 […]

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“Made in China”? Send it back

Brittany @ May 8, 2009 # 3 Comments

Back in 2007, it was a massive recall of toys, dog food and toothpaste that had millions of products taken off the shelves. All of these products shared a stamp that nine out of 10 American household items do: “Made in China.” Today, a new concern has made its way from the East. Is it […]

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Tent City, California

Brittany @ May 5, 2009 # 4 Comments

The story of “Tent City,” Sacramento a supposed growing encampment of at least 200 people, down and out as a result of the current recession/depression, has recently flooded the news. Photos of this place are not unlike those taken during the Great Depression, which feature hundreds of rotted shacks with a migrant homeless population walking […]

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