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Initial Unemployment Claims Data – Goin’ Nowhere Real Fast March 29, 2012

Posted by geoff in News.
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The initial unemployment claims data is out, and is essentially unchanged from the beginning of the year. Last December we had a dramatic drop in claims from around 400K to the 355-365K range, but since then there’s been no improvement. This is probably due to increasing gas prices, so President Obama’s complacency and Stephen Chu’s starry-eyed “we’ll fix gas prices by replacing gasoline with green energy (in 30 years)” are hoisting this administration on its own petard.

You’ll be needing a graph:

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1. Retired Geezer - March 29, 2012

Geoff’s Back!

*puts Horsey post on hold… for a long time*

2. Retired Geezer - March 29, 2012

Speaking of Horsey Posts:

Businesses face lawsuit fears as feds mandate ‘service’ horses be allowed in stores, restaurants

http://tinyurl.com/bp3f2uk

Yep that’s what small businesses need… More Regulations.


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