Friday, December 29, 2017

Year 1 Recap of the Trump Presidency - The Greatest Ever

What did Trump get done this first year on the road to being the greatest President ever?

Let’s review shall we?

Jobs and the economy

·         Passage of the tax reform bill providing $5.5 billion in cuts and repealing the Obamacare mandate.

·         Increase of the GDP above 3 percent.

·         Creation of 1.7 million new jobs, cutting unemployment to 4.1 percent.

·         Saw the Dow Jones reach record highs.

·         A rebound in economic confidence to a 17-year high.

·         A new executive order to boost apprenticeships.

·         A move to boost computer sciences in Education Department programs.

·         Prioritizing women-owned businesses for some $500 million in SBA loans.

Killing job-stifling regulations

  • Signed an Executive Order demanding that two regulations be killed for every new one creates. He beat that big and cut 16 rules and regulations for every one created, saving $8.1 billion.
  • Signed 15 congressional regulatory cuts.
  • Withdrew from the Obama-era Paris Climate Agreement, ending the threat of environmental regulations.
  • Signed an Executive Order cutting the time for infrastructure permit approvals.
  • Eliminated an Obama rule on streams that Trump felt unfairly targeted the coal industry.

Fair trade

  • Made good on his campaign promise to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
  • Opened up the North American Free Trade Agreement for talks to better the deal for the U.S.
  • Worked to bring companies back to the U.S., and companies like Toyota, Mazda, Broadcom Limited, and Foxconn announced plans to open U.S. plants.
  • Worked to promote the sale of U.S products abroad.
  • Made enforcement of U.S. trade laws, especially those that involve national security, a priority.
  • Ended Obama’s deal with Cuba.

Protecting communities

·         Justice announced grants of $98 million to fund 802 new cops.

·         Justice worked with Central American nations to arrest and charge 4,000 MS-13 members.

·         Homeland rounded up nearly 800 MS-13 members, an 83 percent one-year increase.

·         Signed three executive orders aimed at cracking down on international criminal organizations.

·         Attorney General Jeff Sessions created new National Public Safety Partnership, a cooperative initiative with cities to reduce violent crimes.


·         Trump has nominated 73 federal judges and won his nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

·         Ordered ethical standards including a lobbying ban.

·         Called for a comprehensive plan to reorganize the executive branch.

·         Ordered an overhaul to modernize the digital government.

·         Called for a full audit of the Pentagon and its spending.

Combatting opioids

·         First, the president declared a Nationwide Public Health Emergency on opioids.

·         His Council of Economic Advisors played a role in determining that overdoses are underreported by as much as 24 percent.

·         The Department of Health and Human Services laid out a new five-point strategy to fight the crisis.

·         Justice announced it was scheduling fentanyl substances as a drug class under the Controlled Substances Act.

·         Justice started a fraud crackdown, arresting more than 400.

·         The administration added $500 million to fight the crisis.

·         On National Drug Take Back Day, the Drug Enforcement Agency collected 456 tons.

Protecting life

·         In his first week, Trump reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy that blocks some $9 billion in foreign aid being used for abortions.

·         Worked with Congress on a bill overturning an Obama regulation that blocked states from defunding abortion providers.

·         Published guidance to block Obamacare money from supporting abortion.

Helping veterans

·         Signed the Veterans Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act to allow senior officials in the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire failing employees and establish safeguards to protect whistleblowers.

·         Signed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act.

·         Signed the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act, to provide support.

·         Signed the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act of 2017 to authorize $2.1 billion in additional funds for the Veterans Choice Program.

·         Created a VA hotline.

·         Had the VA launch an online “Access and Quality Tool,” providing veterans with a way to access wait time and quality of care data.

·         With VA Secretary Dr. David Shulkin, announced three initiatives to expand access to healthcare for veterans using telehealth technology.

Promoting peace through strength

·         Directed the rebuilding of the military and ordered a new national strategy and nuclear posture review.

·         Worked to increase defense spending.

·         Empowered military leaders to “seize the initiative and win,” reducing the need for a White House sign off on every mission.

·         Directed the revival of the National Space Council to develop space war strategies.

·         Elevated U.S. Cyber Command into a major warfighting command.

·         Withdrew from the U.N. Global Compact on Migration, which Trump saw as a threat to borders.

·         Imposed a travel ban on nations that lack border and anti-terrorism security.

·         Saw ISIS lose virtually all of its territory.

·         Pushed for strong action against global outlaw North Korea and its development of nuclear weapons.

·         Announced a new Afghanistan strategy that strengthens support for U.S. forces at war with terrorism.

·         NATO increased support for the war in Afghanistan.

·         Approved a new Iran strategy plan focused on neutralizing the country’s influence in the region.

·         Ordered missile strikes against a Syrian airbase used in a chemical weapons attack.

·         Prevented subsequent chemical attacks by announcing a plan to detect them better and warned of future strikes if they were used.

·         Ordered new sanctions on the dictatorship in Venezuela.

Restoring confidence in and respect for America

·         Trump won the release of Americans held abroad, often using his personal relationships with world leaders.

·         Made good on a campaign promise to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

·         Conducted a historic 12-day trip through Asia, winning new cooperative deals. On the trip, he attended three regional summits to promote American interests.

·         He traveled to the Middle East and Europe to build new relationships with leaders.

·         Traveled to Poland and on to Germany for the G-20 meeting where he pushed again for funding of women entrepreneurs.

 Not bad for a slow first year of getting their legistlative feet under rthem. If I were I liberal, I’d sure hope he plays more golf.

It’s gonna be a loooooooooooong 15 years.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Public Sector Union Workers Lavished with Furs and Jewels

It used to be public servants earned 15% or so less than their private-sector counterparts. In return, they had greater job security, better benefits, richer pensions and lighter work loads.  They still have superior benefits and pensions, work fewer hours and are only one-sixth as likely to be laid off.

But now they are better paid, too.

According to a new study released this week by the Fraser Institute, the pay gap between public and private sector workers is an average of nearly 11% in favour of those employed directly by governments (civil servants) and indirectly (teachers, professors, health care workers, nurses, police and others).

The one-fifth of Canadian workers in the public sector – municipal, provincial and federal – also enjoy longer vacations, take more non-vacation days off each year for personal reasons (13 versus eight) and retire on average 2.3 years earlier.

What Fraser’s researchers found in examining multiple studies on the public-private wage gap conducted by academics, union economists and business analysts is that in study after study “wage differences between the two sectors over the past three decades consistently indicate a premium for government sector workers. The specific wage premiums vary depending on the data source and time period.

What is clear, however, is that a premium exists.

Fraser’s own study even corrected for such factors as gender, age, marital status, education, length of service, size of firm, industry and occupation. Still, it found that Canadians employed in the public sector make noticeably more money than people in comparable jobs in the private sector.

Take pensions as an example. Just 24% of private-sector employees have employer-provided pension plans compared to 90% of public-sector workers. Moreover, 94% of public-sector pensions are “defined benefit,” meaning retirees get paid a set amount after they leave their jobs (typically 70 or 75% of their working salary) – whether or not there is enough money in the pension fund.

Any shortfall is made up by taxpayers for years and years and years after civil servants retire.
The gap is not universal among all job categories. Middle managers in the public sector actually make 12% more. Office supervisors and teachers make 15% more; arts and culture workers, 8%; child care workers, 24%; social workers, 18%, and police and firefighters nearly 40%.

Similar work done by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business determined that when all compensation is taken into account and divided by hours worked, federal workers made more than 40% what their private counterparts made, provincial workers made 35% and municipal employees nearly 30%.

This has come about because governments are gambling with someone else’s money – namely taxpayers’ money. As employers, governments can keep giving rich raises to public employees because they know they can tax you to pay for it. The result is that as taxes rise, private-sector workers are working harder and taking home less so they can pay for better pay and more perks for their neighbours who work in the public sector.

Middle-class taxes have been rising and wages stagnating not because the “rich” are getting away with income murder. The middle class is stuck in a rut because governments are huge and getting bigger, and their No. 1 expense is public workers’ compensation – about 50% of total government expenditures.

It’s not the One-Percenters we should be resenting. It’s the politicians who cannot restrain growth in the size of government and who lavish pay and benefits on Canada’s 3.7 million public sector workers.

In all they son's command. Indeed.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Red Blast blasts Blue Balls

There are 3,141 counties in the United States.

Trump won 3,084 of them. Clinton won 57.

There are 62 counties in New York State.  Trump won 46 of them.  Clinton won 16.

Clinton won the popular vote by approx. 1.5 million votes.

In the 5 counties that encompass NYC, (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Richmond & Queens) Clinton received well over 2 million more votes than Trump. (Clinton only won 4 of these counties; Trump won Richmond)

Therefore these 5 counties alone, more than accounted for Clinton winning the popular vote of the entire country.

These 5 counties comprise 319 square miles.

The United States is comprised of 3, 797,000 square miles.

When you have a country that encompasses almost 4 million square miles of territory, it would be

ludicrous to even suggest that the vote of those who inhabit a mere 319 square miles should dictate the outcome of a national election.

Large, densely populated Democrat cities (NYC, Chicago, LA, etc) don’t and shouldn’t speak for the rest of our country.

Semi- felonious, gravity challenged, gin soaked grandmas shouldn't either.

The rules have been the same for the past 45 elections. Only the left fails to understand them.

Make America Great Again.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Oh Canada - Things to Consider

If you were one of the registered living or deceased Democratic voters who made a pledge that if Trump won, you would be heading north of the border to escape the horrendous possibility of lower taxes, less government intervention, and fewer handouts, this guide’s for you.
A few tips before you head north. First, if you do keep your promise, bundle up; 32 below zero isn’t uncommon in some cities, but the frostbite scars and missing appendages will make you a living testament to your integrity and show all those people in the lower 57 states you are a person of conviction. Summer isn’t that hot, although highs of 113 degrees have been recorded, but the intense humidity helps you sweat and keeps you more comfortable.

Also, watch out for the provincial bird: it is actually a mosquito.

Once you have crossed the highly secure border -- if your paperwork is in order -- great things await you. If you are polygamous, each one of your wives can get welfare, too.

Because there is “gun control” you can rest easy, as government statistics show that only roughly a third of murders are firearm related. The same as the US. On the down side, another third are stabbings, so you might get carved up like a turkey (but remember – Canadian thanksgiving is in October), but that’s a small price to pay for not having dangerous guns around for self-defense.
If you do find yourself with a steak knife sticking out of your torso, “free” healthcare will be something you can look forward to. An MRI takes 6 months, and in many cities there are just no doctors. With a 50% personal tax take, you can take solace however that the care you can’ t get is “free”….

If you have a job, you know just how large of a chunk of your paycheck (sorry - pay "cheque") is taken to providing this free service, but hey, depending upon which hospital you visit, they may get around to removing your steak knife in a week or two. However, if complications arise, the government “death benefit” will pay you a lump sum of $2,295.85 to be planted, if you can find a really good deal on a casket. Unfortunately, you have to contribute for ten years before you are eligible. Don’t die too early now….
Housing: no problem. Assuming you were totally committed to honoring your promise, you went ahead and sold your Prius (after removing the Hillary bumper stickers) or, if you’re a “big Hollywood star,” your eco-friendly Hummer and your other worldly possessions, and are heading north. Keep in mind that the average price of a house in Vancouver runs $1,513,800.00, but if that’s out of your price range, you can pick up a deal in Toronto for around $850,000.00. If you want to save big and rent, and test the whole “Canadian” thing, rent is around $1,668.00 for a two-bedroom apartment in Vancouver, and in Toronto it costs around $1,488.00

Here’s something you’re sure to like: progressive laws forbid defaming homosexuals and other “special” people, so you could end up in jail for a non-government approved joke or opinion. However, as a dyed-in-the-wool lib, you should be right at home with the restrictions on speech and thought. Just like you want for the US, you’re entitled to your own opinion, as long as it's government approved. The Canadian news media is in fact controlled by the government – just the way you like it!
Good news for animal lovers. If you cherish kitty cats and cuddly puppy dogs, but feel that slaughtering the most helpless creatures on earth is okay, Canada has more laws protecting animals than it has for innocent baby Canadian humans.You won't be able to afford kids anyways.

By now you’re wondering about food, and if you can maintain your bourgeoisie, capitalistic, semi-vegan diet of humus, cheese, yogurt, wine, and other delights, the answer is a resounding “YES”! There is just one little problem: a gallon of good ol’ USA milk runs about $3.00 (just bought a gallon at wally world for $1.50) while it is upward of $7.00 in the great white north. You can still enjoy eating out, but expect to pay higher prices as the competition in the capitalist U.S. keeps the prices down here much lower. If you prefer to eat healthier, it’s only about $1.50 more a day, which works out to only about $550.00 a year per person. You can’t even drink your frozen sorrows away – alcohol is 4 times the price of the US. But the beer is stronger. You’re gonna need it.
While gas in the states is around $2.25 per gallon, in Canada it’s only $1.19 per liter. Wait, my bad -- there are 3.78 liters in a gallon so gas is around $4.50 per gallon. You’ll probably wish you hadn’t sold your Prius before heading north.

So there you have it – dress warmly and take your millions north – you’re gonna need both!

Oh Canada!

Monday, October 17, 2016


"A major research institution has just announced the discovery of the densest element yet known to science. The new element has been named Clintonium. Clintonium has one neutron, 12 assistant neutrons, 75 deputy neutrons, and 224 assistant deputy neutrons, giving it an atomic mass of 312. These particles are held together by light and dark particles called radical mor_ons, which are surrounded by vast quantities of lepton-like particles called peons."

Clintonium's mass actually increases over time, as radical mor_ons randomly interact with various elements in the atmosphere and become assistant deputy neutrons within the Clintonium molecule, leading to the formation of iso-dopes. This characteristic of iso-dope promotion leads some scientists to believe that Clintonium is formed whenever radical mor_ons reach a certain quantity in concentration. This hypothetical quantity is referred to as Critical Moredumbass.

When catalyzed with tax money, Clintonium activates CNNadnauseum, an element that radiates orders of magnitude of more energy, albeit as incoherent noise, since it has half as many peons but twice as many iso-dope forming radical mor_ons as Clintonium."

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Hillary - plans to build on Obama successes.

Barack: Only “president” to preside over seven straight years of GDP growth of less than 3%.
Longest previous streak was four years during the depths of Great Depression. Obama’s average: A MISERABLE 1.2%

Hillary promises to continue the failed agenda.

 * First time in American history that more businesses are being destroyed than being created.
Barack built that, Hillary vows to continue the failed agenda.

* More Americans now receive entitlements than work full time.
Barack built that, Hillary promises to continue the destruction.

* 40% of American workers now earn less, adjusted for inflation, than a full time minimum wage worker in 1968.

Barack built those part time, low paying jobs. Hillary vows to continue the failures.

* 20% of U.S. families now don’t have a single member employed.

Barack built that, Hillary says she’ll continue with the failed agenda.

* A record number of Americans are not in the workforce – over 94 million, WORKING AGE people.

Barack built that, Hillary promises to continue with the damage.
* More young Americans now live with their parents than at any time since the Great Depression.

Barack built that, Hillary vows to continue with the failed agenda.

* 43% of 22 million student loans aren’t being repaid.

* 2/3rds of Americans don’t have $500 for an emergency.

Barack built that Hillary vows to continue the Nanny State agenda
* Food stamp use is up by 43% and number of food stamp recipients is three times higher than number of new job recipients. 
Barack built that. Hillary vows to add to it.

* First time America’s credit rating has been lowered.

Barack built that, Hillary vows to continue the damage.

* Welfare & poverty have SKYROCKETED.

Barack built that, Hillary promises to continue the failed agenda

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Liberal Tears Flood Canada

The flood of American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada has intensified in the past week, sparking calls for increased patrols to stop the illegal immigration. The Republican Presidential primary campaign is prompting an exodus among left leaning citizens who fear they'll soon be required to hunt, pray, and live according to the Constitution.

Canadian border farmers say it's not uncommon to see dozens of sociology professors, global warming activists, and "green" energy proponents crossing their fields at night.

"I went out to milk the cows the other day, and there was a Hollywood producer huddled in the barn," said Southern Manitoba farmer Red Greenfield, whose acreage borders North Dakota . “The producer was cold, exhausted and hungry. He asked me if I could spare a latte and some free-range chicken. When I said I didn't have any, he left before I even got a chance to show him my screenplay, eh?"

In an effort to stop the illegal aliens, Greenfield erected higher fences, but the liberals scaled them. He then installed loudspeakers that blared Rush Limbaugh across the fields, but they just keep coming.

Officials are particularly concerned about smugglers called "Ubers" who meet liberals near the Canadian border, pack them into electric cars and drive them across the border where they are simply left to fend for themselves after the battery dies.

"A lot of these people are not prepared for our rugged conditions," an Ontario border patrolman said. "I found one carload without a single bottle of Voss drinking water. They did have a nice little Napa Valley Cabernet, though, and some kale chips."

When liberals are caught, they're sent back across the border, often wailing loudly that they fear retribution from conservatives. Rumors have been circulating about plans being made to build re-education camps where liberals will be forced to drink domestic beer, study the Constitution and work for a living.

In recent days, liberals have turned to ingenious ways of crossing the border. Some have been disguised as senior citizens taking a bus trip to buy cheap Canadian prescription drugs. After catching a half- dozen young vegans in blue-hair wig disguises, Canadian immigration authorities began stopping buses and quizzing the supposed senior citizens about Perry Como and Rosemary Clooney to prove that they were alive in the '50s. "If they can't identify the accordion player on The Lawrence Welk Show, we become very suspicious about their age," an official said.

Canadian citizens have complained that the illegal immigrants are creating an organic-broccoli shortage, buying up all the Barbara Streisand c.d.'s, and renting all the Michael Moore movies. "I really feel sorry for American liberals, but the Canadian economy just can't support them," an Ottawa resident said. "How many art-history majors does one country need?"

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Forward Grubers!


      As we celebrate (ahem) the 6th anniversary of Obamacare to the celebratory cheers of the Grubers who inflicted this abomination (Obamination?) on the American people we have to take a look at all the good that Obamacare has done:

·        Twelve of the 23 Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans (co-ops) in the U.S., which were intended to spur competition and lower prices, folded in 2015, costing American taxpayers more than $1.23 billion.

         Risk corridors, which enable the government to compensate insurers that underestimated costs and undercharged their subscribers, paid out much less than the insurers expected because the funds dried up. What’s more, the program is due to expire after this year.

         As a result, insurance premiums and deductibles have gone up dramatically, while the number of doctors patients can see has gone down.

         The losses incurred by the major insurers in the past year have been staggering, and the likes of UnitedHealth, Aetna and others have signaled that participating in health insurance exchanges may no longer be sustainable.

         The number of young, comparatively healthy people who were expected to sign up and balance out the insurers’ payments to older, sicker people fell drastically short of expectations, which in turn compounded the problem of rising costs. Penalties finally are kicking in for people who don’t buy plans, but young adults may be willing to pay the penalty, which is considerably lower than the cost of a policy, and gamble that they will remain healthy. And if they make that choice, it remains to be seen how successful the government will be in its collection efforts.

         It’s getting increasingly harder to “keep your doctor.” In order to keep costs down, insurance companies have drastically narrowed their networks to include a slate of physicians they consider “more efficient.” And access to doctors has become even more challenging in states that have expanded Medicaid, since many physicians are opting out of the program due to declining reimbursements.

      As the DNC says - let's not take a step backward and repeal it. Forward Grubers!


Saturday, March 5, 2016

Fictional Job Report Stats - The Obama Way!

The reports echo what Thomas Perez in the Labor Department and the President want reported, on behalf of a failed administration. That is way the seasonally adjusted data soft-pedals the 94,298,000 Americans relegated to Not in Labor Force standing by the BLS. Since it fell from the record high 95,051,000 in January, at least some might argue Obama's largest increase of any individual BLS count showed a modestly positive trajectory for one month, at least. Slow clap.

A few more figures are worth considering in light of claims of an impressive February Employment Situation Report from the President's team at the Labor Department. Of the 242,000 jobs reported to have been added according to CES data gathered from around 165,000 businesses, it's important to note roughly 200,000 of those supposed gains materialize monthly based upon the birth and death cycle invention the BLS implemented from 2003 onward during months not considered recessionary for an assumed "dynamic economy". Americans find this treatment of the facts less compelling than the President's appointees.

The not seasonally adjusted counts are hardest to compare and least accurate in January and February, since major changes to BLS estimates conceived in 2000 were gradually implemented through 2003 for the expressed purpose of adjusting for population controls. Unfortunately, the reality since the change was introduced has seen not seasonally adjusted figures progressively separate from actual survey data to more nearly approximate what BLS statisticians' insist they were seeing or anticipated in ensuing months to bring actual collected data more in line with their predictions.

As a result of the adjustment process begun early this millennium, January's not seasonally adjusted count from about 165,000 businesses showed a loss of 2,961,000 employed Americans, falling from 144,116,000 to 141,155,000 on January figures. With February the second least accurate month of the year, as statisticians work to bring real data more in line with their vision of the workforce, a counterbalancing 850,000 jobs were added after successive months of job losses on Household Survey counts showed a repeat of late 2008 to 2009 results. Ahead of February's modest gains partially offsetting January's 3 million jobs lost by Not Seasonally Adjusted counts, job losses across four of the last six months on CPS counts showed workforce results skewing negative precisely the same number of months as the six-month period through January, 2009.

On Household Survey numbers, January's 666,000 loss of jobs (adjusted for population controls) was followed by 932,000 supposed jobs added, while statisticians' worked to bring  figures more in line with their seasonally adjusted estimates. Without further comment about the creative and potentially misleading figures early each new year since 2003, February's Employment Situation Report unquestionably appeared to be the best report on the past four months. Of course, that's in light of 1,107,000 part time jobs added in November, while just 50,000 jobs were added overall, according to nsa survey responses.

In January, the reported 666,000 jobs lost, paired with 384,000 part time jobs added, turned into the second month out of the last three during which Labor Department figures recorded upwards of 1,050,000 full time breadwinner jobs lost. So the bar for February looking like an improvement wasn't altogether high. It just needed to improve from devastatingly bad numbers late in 2015 through January's first ESR for 2016.

Since a range of measures all supported jobs added to the economy in February, let's look at a breakdown of who gained jobs and what kind of jobs those actually were, according to the Household Survey results. 18 yo 19 year olds gained 103,000 jobs in February, while 16 to 17 year olds added 15,000 more for teens increasing jobs numbers by 118,000 for the month. The age group having gained the most jobs is shown as 55 years and older at 393,000 jobs on Household Data Table A-9, but incredibly, 227,000 of those went to super-seniors 65 years and over who reentered the workforce to supplement retirement income, according to HD Table A-6.

Hispanics turned in another banner month with 362,000 jobs added, which was softened somewhat by statisticians' more modest 300,000 seasonally adjusted estimate for the month. Since January 2009, Hispanics have gained 5,514,000 jobs, showing 24,967,000 employed after starting Obama's Presidency holding 19,453,000 jobs. The foreign born gained another 63,000 jobs and are second only to Hispanics with 4,301,000 jobs gained since they first appeared as a newly counted demographic on HD Table A-7 in January 2010. In February, the foreign born held 25,391,000 jobs, while their first official appearance on BLS counts showed 21,090,000 in January, 2010. Asians continued relentless workforce gains with an impressive 294,000 jobs added, which meant nearly three-quarters-of-a-million jobs went to Hispanics, the foreign born, and Asians combined, turning into 719,000 more jobs for mostly foreign demographics in February alone.

A remarkable 676,000 part time jobs were added in February, again, nearly doubling the 346,000 full time jobs based partly on the first months of the year's adjustments for "population controls" which make January, and to a lesser extent, February figures suspect, to say the least. The BLS acknowledged the anomalies by showing just 75,000 full time jobs added, while estimating 489,000 part time jobs added on seasonally adjusted figures from HD Table A-9. Since teens and super-seniors combined for 345,000 of the jobs added in February on top of the 719,000 gained by the three predominant foreign bloodline (non-native or recent newcomer) demographics, it seems natural to wonder how America's majority white demographic has fared under Obama.

Thanks to 784,000 jobs added in February, which more than offset the 357,000 losses estimated in adjustments for population controls in January on HD Table A-1, white Americans have for the first time across Obama's 86 months in Office topped a million jobs gained. At 118,584,000 in February, the nation's majority demographic making up 75.1% of the latest estimated 323,113,125 count from the U.S, Census Bureau has finally reached seven figures with 1,175,000 jobs gained from the 117,409,000 in place more than seven years after Obama was inaugurated January 20, 2009. Blacks or African Americans who make up 13.05% of the populace, according to USCB counts, have shown more than double the majority demographic's job gains at 2,391,000, counting 17,665,000 in February, after recording 15,274,000 in January, 2009.

I'm fully willing to acknowledge February's jobs report is the best of the past four, and arguably the best of the last seven months, a period during which four showed losses on the Household Survey. Nevertheless, in breaking down who's actually benefitting from modest gains, and dissecting some of the internal mechanisms used by the Labor Department for its estimates, most Americans would be horrified to learn what the real data shows. The only actual nationwide count from employers' payroll records is kept by the ETA, where Report r539cy uses state and U.S. territory employment office UI tax records to show a miserable 2,383,292 jobs gained through February 2016. One would think the nearly ten million jobs gained by Hispanics and the foreign born, combined, and 2.4 million more by blacks or African Americans would show clearly enough why the disenfranchised 94,298,000 Not in Labor Force Americans and America's majority demographic employment woes would suggest reason for change.

Record numbers casting ballots in Republican caucuses and primaries, including for the seemingly most aggressive outsider candidate, could be seen as a predictable response to Obama's seven-plus years of painful fundamental change.

Summation - most of the job figures have been skewed to report progress and while foreign workers have benefitted the most from Obama, more people than ever can find gainful employment that isn't part-time. Did Obama create this?


Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Obama's Failures - I passed out after 61

1/ Fast & Furious
2/ SEAL Team 6
3/ Aid and comfort to the enemy
4/ Stole our 401K Auto Stock and gave it to the Auto unions
5/ Obamacare would save the avg family $2500 per year
6/ Forcing businesses to violate their religious beliefs
7/ Violating the rights and sanctity of our Churches
8/ Obamacare web site-cronyism
9/ NSA acting as Obama Gestapo
10/ 17 Trillion in debt
11/ Lies about Benghazi
12/ Voter fraud
13/ Intentionally trying to hurt Americans during the sequester
14/ Intentionally trying to hurt Americans during govt shutdown
15/ Blocking veterans from seeing their own memorials
16/ Allowing illegals on mall during govt shutdown
17/ Shutting down ‘The Peoples House’ tours
18/ We can keep our insurance if we like it
19/ We can keep our doctors if we like them
20/ Military not getting their votes counted
21/ Supporting the Muslims
22/ Brotherhood with arms and money
23/ DOJ spying on the free press
24/ Not securing our borders
25/ Spying on Americans on American soil with drones
26/ Solyndra Scandal
27/ Picking winners and losers
28/ IRS targeting conservatives
29/ IRS targeting the Tea Party
30/ Millions losing health care coverage
31/ Increasing welfare rolls
32/ Increasing disability rolls
33/ Countless party’s
34/ Countless exorbitant vacations
35/ Releasing illegal’s from prison that were convicted criminals
36/ Unconstitutional recess appointment
37/ NO budget for 5 years
38/ Destroying the coal industry
39/ Clapper lying to congress
40/ Holder lying to congress
41/ Failing to prosecute the New Black Panther
42/ Reading our e-mail
43/ War on women
44/ Promoting race war
45/ War between makers and takers
46/ A123 Systems Scandal
47/ Cash for clunkers failure
48/ Debasing the U.S. Currency through inflationary "Quantitave Easing"
49/ Common Core
50/ Trayvon Martin
51/ Infanticide supporter
52/ Abortion supporter
53/ Bowe Bergdahl debacle
54/ Five KNOWN terrorists released for one US soldier Without congressional approval
55/ Raising the debt limit doesn't rise our debt
56/ Signing the Monsanto Protection Act
57/ Using false identities such as Barry Soetoro
58/ Not providing a proper birth certificate when asked for by the people
59/ The VA Scandle
60/ Opened Mexican Border
61/ Using Air Force one to fund raise