op ed by run75441 Think Progress offers a look at relevant parts of the ‘jobs bill’. In the US, the winds of Washington Politics don’t blow, they suck. Gerrymandering the Jobs Bill: “The piece of the jobs bill Republicans will pass would end a requirement that the government withhold three percent of the cost of […]
So today I read at the Yahoo Finance (it’s my home page because I can look at the stock numbers on the left and read the headline on the right for a guaranteed laugh) that John Mauldin thinks the OWS would be better off if they occupiedCongress: Mauldin believes America still has time to figure […]
GE stock performance under Jeff Immelt, with market indices: More later…
This post is late in the game but might be handy. Certainly a lot has been said so far. American Jobs Act 2011 link and transcript of speech by the President.
By: Daniel Becker Well, it’s that time of year again. The State of the Union. And the state of my business. So far, from what I’m reading regarding the expected content of the address by President Obama, I think I’ll just practice my playing as I usually do on Tuesday nights. Really? What’s the use […]
You could either be there live, or check out some of the papers here while enjoying a musical interlude with the most talented musician to come out of the California “soft rock” movement of the 1970s: Or the most talented member of the Velvet Underground: Or this giggle: Or just treat this as a prelude […]
Robert Reich lays out some figures for the military jobs programs both in manpower and hardware: America’s biggest — and only major — jobs program is the U.S. military. Over 1,400,000 Americans are now on active duty; another 833,000 are in the reserves, many full time. Another 1,600,000 Americans work in companies that supply the […]