US politics

Use this area to discuss political issues relevant to the USA, not necessarily directly linked to cAGW. Open house, within reason, and I’m looking for sensible debate where you can express your point of view and expect considered responses.


4 thoughts on “US politics

  1. March Unemployment Madness

    Employers added 88,000 jobs in March, according to the latest unemployment report from the Labor Department. That’s down from the 196,000/month average over the last six months. Yet miraculously, the headline unemployment rate dropped from 7.7 percent to 7.6 percent. As with previous drops, however, that’s because a staggering 663,000 people simply left the workforce in March and gave up looking for a job. A record 90 million Americans are no longer even seeking employment.

    Since the “surprise” drop in unemployment the month before Obama was narrowly re-elected last year, he has focused only on the unemployment number. However, given that his agenda is now to raise even more taxes and further expand government programs and regulations, Obama will insist that even though that number ticked down, it would have been substantially lower if not for the Republican Sequester.

    Read full article here

    Posted by grumpydenier | April 5, 2013, 10:22 pm
  2. THE WORLD has gone mad. No, really. If ever there was a time for even the most sanguine of political analysts to throw up their hands in horror, this is it. Despite minor signs of reconciliation, the leaders of the world’s most powerful country are still steering it towards default pell-mell.

    Posted by grumpydenier | October 11, 2013, 11:34 am


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