Unemployed individuals who haven't actively looked for a job in the last four weeks, for any number of reasons, actually slip away from the Labor Department's unemployment calculations. So although the unemployment rate ticked down to a seven-year low of 5.3 percent in June, that number didn't do justice to the 640,000 individuals who exited the labor market last month and the nearly 94 million people who were neither employed nor looking for work
This is the data from U.S. News and World Report.
Where is your data supporting your statement?
Ready when you are.
You answered nothing.
More hot air without any substance.
Answer the posted question.
The jobs that they can find will not provide enough money for them and their families. They need to have a period of time to educate/train for manufacturing, design, engineering,operations and distribution. On top of that healthcare.
The opening of the energy sector for self-reliance as a country realistically brings significant benefits.
The question was...."solid argument for Clinton".... You provided nothing to support HRC.
If Cy can't define her accomplishment suscinctly, then that only leaves Debbie W. (Wasserman-Shultz).
I guess no help there either. How about the previous person for Dept. of State? Jan P. couldn't list anything either.
Well, I guess we have to follow Nancy Pelosi and vote for her to get an answer.
No going to be taken twice. Obamacare is a train wreck. So is HRC.
HRC and Susan Rice knowingly lied to the American public.
As did the President of the United States. There is no greater dis-service to the American people than to lie.
All three should apologize for their stupidity and be ashamed of their actions.
They think that because they are elites it excuses their actions. Where are their morals? Where is their leadership for the citizens that entrust them to be honest?
Five of the 10 action items from the 7:30 PM White House meeting referenced the video, but no direct link or solid evidence existed connecting the attacks in Benghazi and the video at the time the meeting took place. The State Department senior officials at the meeting had access to eyewitness accounts to the attack in real time. The Diplomatic Security Command Center was in direct contact with the Diplomatic Security Agents on the ground in Benghazi and sent out multiple updates about the situation, including a “Terrorism Event Notification.” The State Department Watch Center had also notified Jake Sullivan and Cheryl Mills that it had set up a direct telephone line to Tripoli. There was no mention of the video from the agents on the ground. Greg Hicks—one of the last people to talk to Chris Stevens before he died—said there was virtually no discussion about the video in Libya leading up to the attacks.
After the meeting, Clinton issued a statement noting “inflammatory material posted on the Internet” as a catalyst for the attack — even though she told Egypt’s prime minister the next day that “we know that the attacks in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack — not a protest.”
From a holding room beneath the plaza, where he had gone to concede, Mr. Gore told his Republican rival that circumstances had changed in the last 45 minutes. The race, Mr. Gore said, was now too close to call, and there would be an automatic recount in Florida. He was going to wait it out.
''You mean to tell me, Mr. Vice President, you're retracting your concession?'' Mr. Bush asked, his tone incredulous, one aide said. The Texas governor had already begun preparing his victory remarks.
''You don't have to be snippy about it,'' Mr. Gore responded, according to several of those who heard Mr. Gore's side of the conversation.
Mr. Bush told Mr. Gore that his brother Jeb, the governor of Florida, had just assured him that Florida was his, Gore aides said.
''Let me explain something,'' Mr. Gore said. ''Your younger brother is not the ultimate authority on this.''
The conversation drew quickly to a close. The election did not.
What a dump of more BS.
your para. 1
What jiberish. Who carries about SNL? Come on make your point as to why no one will watch. Bet you eat your words.
Your para. 2
It is not a lock. Not reported as you state anywhere.
Your para. 3
You state "actually" then "extremely high probability" oh, and finally my favorite...."no substantive number" ........
Not one of your points is defensible by you.
The viewer numbers will be exceptional. This is open and the independents are still going to think things through. No lock in any of the crucial states. None.
HRC is going to experience a lot of pain by thousands of paper cuts from the emails.
Let's see what the RINO's say after the video gets play. CNN just contacted the video producers and want to talk about it.
Trump and Pence have good strategies in place for public positions and comments. Trump has the lead and is going to keep the media focus. Look at all of the money that the democrats are wasting on worthless adv. no adv. is getting even a mention. The independent voters will take notice of the corruption. The last debate will be entertaining. Not educational but it will pull at the independents.
HRC staff have combed every email release and can not find anything that allows them to refute the contents. It must be killing Podesta, he wants to speak publicly. If he does then he forces the mainstream media to have to cover the story. Once out in the open all kinds of scrutiny would take place. Wikileaks just needs to keep pushing more of the emails. One of the democrats will blurt out something and then the press is forced into a lot of CYA. Tim Kaine is quickly becoming a rambling and incoherent mess, I think that he may be the weak link, or, possibly Bill. Bill can't keep his mouth from getting himself into trouble. In any case, the next three weeks will be pure hell for HRC.
And yet she has nothing to say about Bill Clinton in all of these many years.....I guess that's another insult to pigs. No need to reply, I get it, the pigs win.
The next batch of emails to be released should be next Tuesday. They shouldn't release this close to the weekend. The Bill Clinton event in Safety Harbor was pathetic. The Lakeland event for Trump had traffic backed up for two miles.
The summary is correct in that the Saudi govt is supporting ISIS. Only to the extent that they keep Iran from controlling the oil shipping lanes. If Iran controls Yemen to the south of Saudi A. and Iraq to the north of Saudi A., then they could force issues upon Europe and Israel. Think about Saudi A. in termoil. Every western power would be forced into contingencies.
Iran sees the U.S. as being weak and without a backbone currently. Drawing a red-line with Syria and then back-peddling was a clear message to Putti and others that we are only scarecrows. Europe is going to allow Merkel to devastate that exceptional continent.
The middle-east is an area that I have spent a lot of time in personally. Even today, things that make sense today, blow up tomorrow. The western world has to demonstrate commitment and tough enforcement to steady this.
Whether HRC, DNC and most media like it or not, Trump drives the reporting. This is evident by all of the frantic postings starting to appear from the likes of DeNiro, Diller, etc. the celebs must be screaming at HRC to do something!
The Wikileaks releases keep knocking HRC off message and force the media to coordinate talking points to rebut. Meanwhile Trump continues to threaten by means of more Bill Clinton public scrutiny.
At this point, anything goes.
Clinton has, in fact, said that in response to the refugee crisis she would raise Obama's limit of 10,000 to 65,000. That's 550 percent more, a bit higher than what Trump said.
Because the statement is mostly accurate but needs clarification or additional information, we rate it Mostly True.
The above is from Politi-fact.
I was fortunate enough to buy 150k shares awhile back for $4.16
I sold 50k shares for $7.10-$7.30 and bought IDRA.
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I share CA Fisherman's frustration over the lack of European oral relistor updates.
I like the oral relistor pricing strategy relative to Movantix. No need to go head-to-head on the price when they have a good track record with oral sub-c.
Lastly, I try not to get caught up in VRX politics.