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Obama’s stimulus plan failed. After spending over $800 billion, Americans are still unemployed and our government is deeper in debt. Instead of using the stimulus to rebuild America’s decaying infrastructure, Obama invested in his pet projects. Republicans understand the importance of creating an environment conducive to job-growth.


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Memo To Obama And The White House: Speeches Don’t Create Jobs

- July 22, 2013

You know what they're acknowledging is they have nothing new to say. Because what are they saying? Hey, hey, look back at this speech. He has said it all before. So he doesn’t have anything new to say, he’s just going to say it differently?... Continue Reading »

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Economic And Labor Force Outlook Under Obama: Not So Good

- July 19, 2013

The unemployment rate has dropped almost entirely because of this decline in labor force participation. In other words, it has not fallen because people are finding jobs. It has fallen because fewer people are looking for jobs.... Continue Reading »

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Job Pivots Without Progress

- May 9, 2013

President Obama will travel this week to Austin, where the jobs market has been booming, to kick off a new focus on the middle class and economic growth. Obama is planning a campaign-style 'Middle Class Jobs & Opportunity Tour' across the country, beginning Thursday in Austin, a magnet for new tech jobs. The push seems designed to help jump-start the president's second term... Continue Reading »

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Obama By The Numbers

- May 8, 2013

As Obama Hits The Road For Yet Another Pivot To Jobs, A Look At How His Policies Have Worked For Americans Thus Far... Continue Reading »

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Digging Deeper Into The April Jobs Report

- May 3, 2013

These regression results provide stark evidence that cyclical factors have been crucial in explaining the recent decline in prime-age LFPR. The coefficient on the lagged change in prime-age unemployment is highly significant (t-statistic of -3.9); that is, the state-level data exhibit a strong negative correlation between changes in LFPR and lagged changes in unemployment for prime-age adults. In contrast, the regression intercept is not statistically significant from zero (t-statistic of -0.97), indicating that the data provides no support whatsoever for structural interpretations of the drop in prime-age LFPR. In effect, the state-level data indicates that the aggregate decline in prime-age LFPR since 2007 can be fully explained by the persistent shortfall in labor demand…... Continue Reading »

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Pivoter In Chief

- February 11, 2013

ABC's Rick Klein: He's pivoted enough to have spun himself around, more than a few times. But President Obama's latest turn toward jobs, in tomorrow's State of the Union address, will be about as memorable as the other turns so long as the fiscal and budget debates that have paralyzed Washington for two years now remain unresolved.... Continue Reading »

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