• Economy

    Hillary Issues Clarification About Business Not Creating Jobs

    by  • 28 October, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 0 Comments

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    Let me set the record straight, LOOK OVER THERE… (Newser) – Hillary Clinton says she “short-handed” a point last week when stating that businesses and corporations don’t create jobs, Politico reports. “Trickle down economics has failed,” she explains today while campaigning with Rep. Sean Maloney in Somers, New York. “I short-handed this point the...

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    Will Illegal Alien Amnesty Alienate Black Voters?

    by  • 28 October, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 2 Comments

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    Damned if he does, damned if he don’t… A member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights told President Obama Monday that the administration’s reported plan to grant work permits to millions of illegal immigrants of illegal immigrants would have a harmful effect on black American workers. Peter Kirsanow, a Republican appointee to the...

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    FoxNews Business Babe Terry Keenan Dead At 53

    by  • 26 October, 2014 • Celeb, Economy • 4 Comments

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    When the bubble burst… Longtime business journalist Terry Keenan, who reported for CNN and Fox News, died suddenly Thursday night from a massive cerebral hemorrhage, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Keenan had a distinguished career as an anchor and financial analyst and most recently served as a Sunday columnist for the New York Post....

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    Venezuela Cooks Up The Last Of It’s Seed Corn

    by  • 24 October, 2014 • Communism, Economy, Politics • 0 Comments

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    Desperation… CARACAS, Oct 23 (Reuters) – President Nicolas Maduro’s government said on Thursday it had taken over warehouses around Venezuela crammed with medical goods and food that “bourgeois criminals” were hoarding for speculation and contraband. The socialist government says businessmen and wealthy opponents are trying to sabotage the economy to bring Maduro down, while...

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    Obama’s Credit Card Rejected At NYC Eatery

    by  • 17 October, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 1 Comment

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    What’s in your wallet?… Mr. Obama revealed Friday that his credit card was rejected when he went to pay for his meal at a New York restaurant during the U.N. General Assembly gathering earlier this month. “Turns out I guess I don’t use it enough,” so the payment wouldn’t go through, Mr. Obama explained....

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    DoD Scraps Afghan Cargo Planes For 6 cents A Pound

    by  • 10 October, 2014 • Economy, Military • 0 Comments

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    WASHINGTON — Most of the C-27 transport aircraft given to the Afghanistan military as part of a failed $486 million Defense Department program were locally scrapped for just $32,000, federal auditors said Thursday. The U.S. Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, or SIGAR, sent letters to the Pentagon requesting all documents related to the...

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    Obama Slams The Rich, But Parties With Tycoon Rich Richman

    by  • 8 October, 2014 • Economy, Politics • 0 Comments

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    Irony alert… President Barack Obama chided the Republican Party for catering to the ‘interests of billionaires’ in an email to supporters on Tuesday, then attended a series of high-dollar fundraisers, including one at real estate mogul Rich Richman’s house. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee fundraiser at Richman’s house in Greenwich, Connecticut, cost as much...

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    Panhandler Driving New Car Gets Tongue Lashing

    by  • 7 October, 2014 • Crime, Economy • 0 Comments

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    Panhandler pro-tip: Never let the suckers see you getting into your new car… The family of a panhandling grandmother in Oklahoma City says they’re “appalled” at the Facebook video of her that has gone viral. The video shows the unnamed 78-year-old woman being confronted by a man who had given her money and then...

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