May 16

 
 

Unemployment claims increase 32000, May 16, 2013, initial claims was 360k, 4 week moving average increased to 339k

Unemployment claims increase 32000, May 16, 2013, initial claims was 360k, 4 week moving average increased to 339k “With a 63.7% labor force participation, “conditions in the labor market are considerably worse than indicated” in July’s report”…economist Joshua Shapiro, WSJ August 3, 2012 “Since the Democrats took control of both houses of congress in January 2007, the number of people who could only find part time work has gone up 215 percent”…Citizen Wells “Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, allRead More


Blagojevich trial, May 16, 2010, Criminal complaint, Blagojevich Superceding indictment, Second superceding indictment, Mainstream media, Orwellian spin, Does the second superceding indictment downplay Obama connection and earlier corruption?

Blagojevich trial, May 16, 2010, Criminal complaint, Blagojevich Superceding indictment As many of you know, The Citizen Wells blog has presented numerous articles on Chicago corruption involving Rod Blagojevich, Tony Rezko, Stuart Levine, Barack Obama and a host of others. The first article on Blagojevich was presented in April of 2008. This blog called for the arrest and indictment of Blagojevich and Obama  long before Blagojevich was arrested. You are probably also aware of one of my biggest concerns about the Blagojevich trial. That it was being downplayed and misrepresentedRead More


Charlotte Observer, Saturday, May 16, 2009, Obama cartoon, Belleville News Democrat, Belleville IL, Political cartoon, real Obama, Daniel Ortega, joked about September 11th, No matter how badly he undermines America’s national security, The press will find a way to blame everything on George Bush

The Charlotte Observer, on Saturday, May 16, 2009 placed a political cartoon at the top of the section that was a reason for a doubletake. The cartoon actually reveals the real Obama. Where was the Observer early last year when they endorsed Obama and printed very little about his corrupt and questionable past and nothing about his eligibility issues. Obviously, with due reason, they believe that few read or take the cartoons seriously. Hats off to the cartoonist, Glenn McCoy, and news source that first published the cartoon, the BellevilleRead More