• Mark Zuckerberg Wants the Govt. to Give Everyonce Free Money
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      It's called "patterning". We become accustomed to what we see early on in life. I use Bill Clinton as an example. He always fell for fat ugly bitches because his mother was an ugly fat pig. Now this Jew grew up with an ugly Jew mother and so he goes for ugly women because that is what he is used to.
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    • Initial jobless claims cling near post-recession low
      Initial jobless claims were essentially unchanged at 234,000 in early April, holding near extremely low levels that show the U.S. labor market is going strong despite a slowdown in hiring last month.

      Economists polled by MarketWatch has expected new jobless claims to total 245,000 in the seven days stretching from April 2 to April 8.

      The more stable monthly average of jobless claims was somewhat higher at 247,250, the government said Thursday.

      The number of new applications for unemployment benefits has registered less than 300,000 for 110 straight weeks, the best performance since the 1970.

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    • Why does CAPITALISM work so well, and COMMUNISM, not so much!
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      Nobody can make all the decisions all the time. Everybody must make the decisions most of the time. The government can build dams, highways, protect the borders, police the land to make sure people obey laws. Other than that let her rip. Let people do what they do and let them go to it.
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    • Private payrolls grew 263K in March: ADP
      The year's fast start for job creation showed no signs of letting up in March as private payrolls saw another big boost, according to a report Wednesday.

      Companies added 263,000 jobs for the month, ADP and Moody's Analytics said. That was well above the 185,000 expected from economists surveyed by Reuters and also better than the 245,000 reported for February.

      The February number was revised significantly lower, however, from the originally reported 298,000.

      In addition to the big gain on the headline number, the month also continued a trend away from services-oriented positions dominating job creation. Goods-producing firms contributed 82,000 to the total, as construction led the way with 49,000 new jobs.

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    • WATER and ELECTRICITY ENGINES
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      and an old time solution to the problem Steam Power,The majic of water and entropy all in one convenient coal burning method of motivation
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    • US Congress seen as not likely to pass tax overhaul quickly
      After their humiliating loss on health care, Republicans in Congress could use a quick victory on a big issue. It won't be an overhaul of the tax code.

      Overhauling the tax code could prove harder to accomplish than repealing and replacing Barack Obama's health law. Congressional Republicans are divided on significant issues, especially a new tax on imports embraced by House Speaker Paul Ryan. And the White House is sending contradicting signals on the new tax, adding to the uncertainty.

      House Republicans also can't decide whether to move on from health care. Ryan canceled a scheduled vote on a House GOP plan after it became obvious that Republicans didn't have the votes. He said he will continue to work on the issue but one of his top lieutenants on health care, Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, says he is now "100 percent" focused on a tax overhaul.

      Ryan says Congress can work on both at the same time. It won't be easy.

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    • Rockefeller's Death May Affect the Rockefeller Clan's Positions
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      People create people in the form of children, these children are the embodiment of their raisers, usually parents. These people can earn their way to power, and they keep these power in the form of living their children, a legacy if you will.

      These entitled to power as you say, are not free to do as they please, if they indulge in that they don't have the power, instead of they live as their predecessor did, they indeed have power, but are forced into a role to achieve such power.

      Others live a more free life, where they are not groomed as an heir, but as a person who can become many different things.
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    • Donald Trump says new trade orders set stage for manufacturing revival
      U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday directed his administration to review U.S. trade deficits and clamp down on countries that abuse trade rules in two executive orders he said would start a new chapter for U.S. workers and businesses.

      "Today I'm signing two executive orders that send this message loud and clear, and that set the stage for a great revival of American manufacturing," Trump said in the Oval Office.

      http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-trade-speech-idUSKBN1722TP?il=0
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    • Trump Economy - Total announces 1,500 new jobs coming to Port Arthur, Texas
      You don't build one TWO of these things unless you're expecting a big increase in demand coming down the pike.

      http://www.philly.com/philly/business/energy/20160608_Shell_gives_green_light_to_giant_Pennsylvania_ethane_cracker_plant.html

      Shell gives Green Light to giant Pennsylvania ethane cracker plant
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    • White House seeks help from Congress on tax
      Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday blamed the Congress for thwarting a Republican plan to overhaul healthcare law, but acknowledged that the White House will need to work with lawmakers to accomplish its next set of legislative plans.

      Speaking to a group of small business owners in Charleston, West Virginia, Pence said President Donald Trump is ready to move on to his next priority: simplifying the tax code and cutting tax rates.

      "We're going to roll our sleeves up and we're going to cut taxes across the board for working families, small businesses and family farms," Pence said.

      "Working with this Congress, President Trump is going to pass the largest tax cut since the days of Ronald Reagan, and we're going to get this American economy moving again," he said.

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    • TRUMP withdraws 20-BILLION USD's from the UNITED NATIONS
      Give NIGGARS CITIES and TOWN ONE-BILLION USD's each for every 100-THUGS they PERMANANTLY INK OUT!

      SANCTUARY CITIES and TOWNS get ZERO USD's until they DEPORT all ILLEGAL ALIENS and MUSLIM REFUGEES!

      NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ADVANCEMENT of AMERICAN CITIZENS - 2017
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    • BUILD TRUMP's WALL: CONTRACTORS are being ENCOURAGED to SEND in BIDS
      I'd build it cheap. Concrete on the bottom to stop trucks. Then a heavy mesh that you can see thru but with no toe-holds, then a Y-shaped top loaded with razor wire. Guard towers with machine guns, of course.

      Basically, a beefier version of this.

      http://gc.pinchstatic.com/photo/607/6-0-7-8-4-9_large.1604062145.jpg
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    • Renters Now Rule Half of U.S. Cities
      Its simple, nigers can't come up with a down payment and democratic cities like San Fransisco have priced themselves out of reach to most everybody.
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    • $20 trillion US debt deserves as much attention as Dow hitting 20,000
      The media and Wall Street got all excited when the Dow Jones industrial average hit 20,000 earlier this year - and justifiably so.

      But why not give the same sort of attention to the US federal debt, which will slip past $20 trillion later this year or in early 2018.

      The symmetry of these two numbers is just too precious to ignore.

      As of Monday afternoon, the US debt, according to usdebtclock.org, stood at $19.849 trillion - and was rising at the rate of $13,404,542 an hour.

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    • Fed Raises Benchmark Rate as Inflation Approaches 2% Target
      The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark lending rate a quarter point and continued to project two more increases this year, signaling more vigilance as inflation approaches its target.

      "In view of realized and expected labor market conditions and inflation, the committee decided to raise the target range for the federal funds rate," the Federal Open Market Committee said in its statement Wednesday. "Near-term risks to the economic outlook appear roughly balanced."

      Investors had almost fully expected the increase to a range of 0.75 percent to 1 percent following unusually clear signals from policy makers including Chair Janet Yellen, who is holding a press conference at 2:30 p.m. in Washington.

      The U.S. economy has mostly met the central bank's goals of full employment and stable prices, and may get further support if President Donald Trump delivers promised fiscal stimulus.

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