Apparently, like Hillary Clinton, the New York Times editors believe that business doesn’t create jobs and grow the economy.
President Obama’s State of the Union speech was a blend of pragmatism, partisanship, boosterism, and fantasy.
The Obama Administration says it is focusing on helping the economy grow and provide good jobs for the middle class, but actions speak louder than words.
What's the joke? Advocating on behalf of a no-growth economy by pretending there is no such thing as a job-creating, private sector.
Tonight on Critical Conversation former CIA analyst Lisa Ruth will be talking to Colonel Rob Maness (USAF, Ret.) who was at the Pentagon on 9/11.
The problem is that while there is a net gain in jobs, the economy lost full time jobs and gained part-time jobs. The employment gains will not necessarily lead to growth in the economy..
America is in the middle of an immigration nightmare Dr. Stephen Steinlight talks with Host Joseph Cotto about amnesty and illegals
There are a myriad of jobs for Barack Obama once he leaves the White House.
LOS ANGELES, February 7, 2014 — The monthly U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report is in, and the numbers are abysmal. Only 113,000 jobs were added in January, with the unemployment rate dropping to 6.6 percent. President Obama and the legacy media are latching onto that 1 percent drop, failing to mention the number of ...
President to tout middle-class jobs he's never helped create.
Unemployment claims drop, unofficial joblessness remains high.
Reports from Boston, more Obama shenanigans obliterate the market news cycle.