An Improving Robust Economy? But Where Are The Jobs? Black Unemployment Is Higher Than It’s Ever Been.

Share this…FacebookGoogle+emailTwitterLinkedinFlattrPinterestTumblrYummlyVK Nearly Half Of Young Black Men In Chicago Out Of Work Report. Young men discussed unemployment on Jan. 25, 2016, at the Urban League. A new report said nearly half of young black men in Chicago are unemployed or not in school. Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune   Nearly half of young black men…

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Is America Entering Another Recession?

Share this…FacebookGoogle+emailTwitterLinkedinFlattrPinterestTumblrYummlyVKRecession Indicators Flashing Red   © Jeff Kowalsky/Bloomberg News   Every U.S. recession since World War II has been foretold by sharp declines in industrial production, corporate profits and the stock market. Those ill omens have aligned again. Does this portend an economy tilting into recession? Or can the declines in profits and production…

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Socialism Masquerading As Environmentalism/The Man Made Climate Change Agenda.

Share this…FacebookGoogle+emailTwitterLinkedinFlattrPinterestTumblrYummlyVKThursday, 14 November 2013 Australia Rejects UN “Socialism Masquerading as Environmentalism” Written by  Alex Newman   The new Australian government, elected by a landslide on a platform opposing carbon taxes and “global-warming” schemes as United Nations climate theories were imploding, delivered a blunt message to UN alarmists this week: No more “socialism masquerading as…

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Not All Cops Are Bad, But Police Corruption Does Indeed Exist.

Share this…FacebookGoogle+emailTwitterLinkedinFlattrPinterestTumblrYummlyVK   I’m of the belief that not all cops are bad but there are bad cops on the police force. The video above exposes corrupt police behavior. One bad cop is one too many and this is just additional proof that there are corrupt and racist cops on the force. How anyone can…

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The Dow Jones Plunges For The Third Time In Weeks.

Share this…FacebookGoogle+emailTwitterLinkedinFlattrPinterestTumblrYummlyVK     U.S. stocks opened sharply lower Friday after a slew of disappointing U.S. data, a fresh plunge in oil to below $30 a barrel and a sell-off in Chinese stocks that added to mounting concerns about slowing global growth. The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 350 points in the open…

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