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Friday, July 20, 2018

Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to rally Democrats in deep-red Kansas

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) — Two luminaries in the democratic socialist movement — one its national leader, the other its new star — are descending on solidly Republican Kansas on Friday, taking their emboldened liberal message to an unlikely testing ground before next month's congressional primaries.

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

The labor force has even more room to grow

President Trump has kept many campaign promises, including creating a better environment for job creation. The economy is booming and unemployment rates are dropping. Americans are becoming more confident in the growing Trump economy.

The Washington Examiner has the details:

Thousands of additional workers could be brought off the sidelines and into the labor force, the Federal Reserve said Friday, potentially bringing the labor market into a state of health it hasn’t enjoyed since the late 1990s.

Chairman Jerome Powell, who is scheduled to testify on the report next week, has maintained that the economic recovery could extend further by creating jobs for people who today are not actively looking for work. That argument goes against the Fed aggressively tightening monetary policy out of fear of higher inflation.

“I think the economy’s in a really good place,” Powell said Thursday in an interview with Marketplace.

[The] report also noted that some people who previously were sidelined by disability have been taking jobs as the unemployment rate has fallen.

Among people between the ages of 25 and 54, the prime “working age” years, participation has risen from as low as 80.5 percent in 2015 to around 82 percent.

That ratio, though, was above 83 percent before the financial crisis and above 84 percent in the late 1990s. Returning to that rate would mean millions more jobs.


Under President Trump, the American people have witnessed tremendous economic growth and can look forward to the creation of more jobs. Congress must work with Trump to continue revitalizing American industries.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Man confesses to using 675 people for sacrifice

(GHANAWEB) — has sighted a video of a young man telling a horrible story of how he has used 675 people for rituals and literally staying with Satan for 17 years.

In the video, the man who looks like someone in his 30s is heard saying that he has served in the dark world his entire life.

17 years of which, he added, was spent at the level where Satan himself was. According to the man who was wearing a mask to disguise his identity, he was born with the dark spirits because his family is a “fully spiritual family.”

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

New hires at the highest level in 17 years

The economy is booming and the number of hires has officially hit the highest level in 17 years. Most surprising, 3.6 million people quit their jobs in May. The high number of quitters is an indication that Americans have recognized the booming economy and feel confident in making a job move.

The Washington Examiner has the details:

The total number of hires rose to 5.75 million in May, the agency reported, the most since January of 2001 at the height of the dotcom bubble.

Meanwhile, job vacancies remained near record-high levels at 6.6 million.

For the second month in a row, there were more job openings than unemployed workers, a situation not seen in decades. During the worst of the recession, in comparison, there were more than six jobless workers for every advertised vacancy.

Tuesday’s numbers come from the Labor Department’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, which contains details on hiring and firing that aren’t available in the monthly jobs reports. Although its release lags the jobs report by one month, investors and officials value it because of the information it provides on underlying movements in the jobs market.

The report contained plenty of good news about the state of the economy.

In May, 3.6 million people quit their jobs, more than ever before. That’s a good sign because it suggests that employees are comfortable enough in their prospects to walk away from their jobs. That quits rate rose to the highest rate, 2.4 quits per 100 workers, since April of 2001.

The news of the strengthened U.S. economy and the job market in particular is getting around. It’s obvious that the combination of President Trump’s pro-growth tax cuts and getting rid of harmful regulations have helped Americans embrace their entrepreneurial dreams and put Americans back to work!


Monday, July 16, 2018

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