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  • 215,000 private sector jobs added in November according to ADP Report
    215,000 private sector jobs added in November according to ADP Report
    The ADP Employment Report for November was released Wednesday and it found that 215,000 private sector jobs were added in November. This made November the strongest month for private sector job growth in 2013. In October, ADP reported 130,000 jobs...
  • Budget cuts threaten US power
    Voters oppose more cuts to military budget
    A new Rasmussen poll indicates that a majority of Americans feel that United States military spending is either just right or not enough. The poll, released on Dec. 1, found that 64 percent of likely voters approve of the current level of military...
  • Official jobs report shows 148,000 jobs added in September
    Official jobs report shows 148,000 jobs added in September
    It was delayed for almost three weeks, but the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the official jobs report for September on Tuesday. The report found that in September the economy added 148,000 jobs. Economists expected 185,000. Anxiety...
  • Republican political farce cost the economy $24 billion according to S & P
    Republican political farce cost the economy $24 billion according to S & P
    The federal government shutdown has cost the U.S. economy at least $24 billion, and probably more than that, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said Wednesday. The Fitch rating agency put the U.S. on a credit watch—first step before...
  • Der Fuhrer
    How Obama Plans to Finally Destroy America
    Since taking office, Obama has seemed to have one goal in mind, bankrupting America. Rather than working to create jobs for 24 million Americans, Obama has put in place policies which kill jobs. His use of foreign companies to receive American...
  • shutdown from the oval office
    Rand Paul: 'no reason' to default, US gets $250B pays $20B interest per month
    Taking a heartfelt stance against the rhetoric from colleagues, Senator Rand Paul said today that there is absolutely no reason to default when the United States takes in $250 billion dollars each month and then pays out $20 billion in interest.He...
  • Obamacare and budget hike becoming the nation's "Family Feud"
    Obamacare and debt limit hike becoming the nation's "Family Feud"
    Now the real story of Washington feuding over Obamacare ("Affordable" Care Act) and the budget ceiling are revealed.Last July 17, in a private meeting between House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Boehner put...
  • Aeroshell Aerobatic Team
    Canadian Hornet thrills crowds at Salute America Air Show
    As the 2013 air show season draws to a close, it was set to go out with a bang at the Salute America Air Show near Atlanta. The show, held on Oct. 5-6 at the Paulding Northwest Atlanta airport in Dallas, Ga. (airport details can be found on...
  • Waste
    Federal govenrment spend $14.5 billion annually on animal testing
    If you’re not yet outraged over Barack Obama’s decision to shut down the known universe as a way of punishing profligate House Republicans, perhaps the next round in the fight of the century will get your attention. The key combatants...
  • There is more to life than your job
    There is more to life than your job
    U.S. Government employees and civilian employees in the Baltimore area have experienced the Great Recession , the sequesterand, more recently, the government shutdown. The loss of jobs as a result of the Great Recession, the sequester, and the...
  • ADP reports 166,000 private sector jobs added in September
    ADP reports 166,000 private sector jobs added in September
    The ADP National Employment Report for September was released Wednesday showing that the economy added 166,000 private sector jobs in September. Now that final figures are in, the Report revised its August forecast downward from the 176,000...
  • Naval Recruits
    Sequestrations affects on military recruiting efforts
    Capitol Hill may seem like a ghost town during the current recess. However, the administration and Congress are hurdling headlong toward more budget talks upon their return, and questions remain about the Dept. of Defense’s budget.Defense...
  • Victorian Man
    Good news in times of sequester and joblessness
    In these bad times of sequester and austerity and just overall lousy economic times thanks to socialist Democrats who happen to be communists, it is heartening to learn that not everyone is suffering and that the federal government is able to dole...
  • Chuck Hagel 24th United States Secretary of Defense
    Hagel warns budget cuts will 'severely constrain military options, flexibility'
    Hagel warned in his assessment, on Wed., that if "across-the-board" budget cuts were not lifted things for our military will be dire. Its estimated about 500 billion in automatic budget cuts are scheduled to take effect over the next...
  • Public defender system
    Federal public defenders offices suffering due to sequester cuts
    The sequester has hit all areas of federal and state governments since it took effect in early 2013. However, some aspects of government have been hit harder than some. The public defender system is one of those vital services that is now seeing...