09.08.2014 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 5

The best social program remains a job

By Robert Romano On September 4, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and Fast Food Forward promised to shut down fast food joints across America in their Fight for $15 campaign. The groups propose increasing the minimum wage nationwide to $15 an hour from its current $7.25 level. The groups tout the increase as the means to lift millions of […]

10.23.2013 in Economy, Featured by Robert Romano 11

A permanent underclass

By Robert Romano Since 2009, the working age population has increased by 11.4 million people, and yet, in all that time, only 2.15 million of them have found jobs. The rest of them, more than 8 out of 10, are not officially unemployed, according to data compiled by federal government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. They never technically entered the labor […]

11.08.2012 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 2

Obama’s victory leads to layoffs

A Las Vegas company has laid off 22 employees in the aftermath of Obama’s victory Tuesday night. The reason for the layoffs? The tax burden and regulations from Obamacare: “I’ve done my share of educating my employees. I never tell them which way to vote. I believe in the free system we have, I believe in the right to choose […]

10.05.2012 in Economy by NetRight Daily 1

Unemployment rate 7.8%; Unemployment rate contradicted by job growth report

Today’s unemployment report met the political threshold set by Obama of being below 8 percent. To reach this threshold, the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics found that an astounding 873,000 people found full-time jobs last month.  This finding contradicts virtually every other economic indicator including those used by the Federal Reserve to take the immediate and unprecedented step to […]

10.03.2012 in Politics by Robert Romano 9

Lindsey Graham stands up against Obama lawlessness

By Robert Romano — South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham has beef with the Obama Administration. He denounced an Obama ploy to reimburse the legal fees of defense contractors that do not follow federal requirements to give 60 days notice to employees of layoffs. The layoffs are set to occur for contractors expecting cuts in the sequester budget Congress adopted last […]

09.18.2012 in Featured, Politics by Rick Manning 9

The EPA’s Latest Victims: 8 Coal Mines

By Rick Manning — The EPA added 8 new victims to it’s death toll today when Alpha Natural Resources announced that it would be closing 3 Virginia coal mines and 5 other mines in West Virginia and Pennsylvania resulting in the destruction of 1,200 more coal mining jobs. This is just the latest in a long and steady string of […]

09.07.2012 in Economy, Featured by Bill Wilson 3

Fewer Americans employed now than when Obama took office

By Bill Wilson — 86,000 fewer Americans have a job today than when Obama took office in January 2009.  That is the indisputable fact that this Administration cannot deny in any media spin.  In August alone, another 580,000 people left the workforce entirely.  That’s more than half a million people giving up hope of finding the American dream in Obama’s […]

09.04.2012 in Economy, Featured by Bill Wilson 7

Romney’s 12 million jobs challenge

By Bill Wilson — In his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination, Mitt Romney promised if elected the economy would create 12 million jobs in his first four years in office. Considering we are presently in the worst jobs market since the Great Depression, with the longest period of high, sustained unemployment in 80 years, he’s got his work cut […]

08.31.2012 in Economy, Featured by Rick Manning 6

23 million Americans can’t be wrong

By Rick Manning — The faces of Labor Day are different in 2012 than they have been in the past, all 23 million of them. The traditional end of summer is greeted with cookouts, last splashes in the swimming pool, and final trips to the beach, but it is something much more in this election year. Labor Day is a […]

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