Show Prep: Fri, April 5

Pilot before crash: ‘We’ve lost all power,’ says NTSB report – southbendtribune.com

No lunch for you, cash-strapped middle schoolers! | The Daily Caller

The school’s contracted food service vendor, Whitsons Culinary Group, refused to serve some 25 on Tuesday because the didn’t have sufficient funds on their prepaid meal card accounts.

Judge orders morning-after pill available without prescription – CNN.com

A federal in Brooklyn, New York, has ordered the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to make the morning-after birth control pill available to people of any age without a prescription.

Target apologizes for label on plus-size dress – New York News | NYC Breaking News

Some Target shoppers say a label that listed the color of a plus-size dress as “manatee gray” was insulting.

Record 89,967,000 Not in Labor Force; Another 663,000 Drop Out In March | CNS News

A record 89,967,000 Americans were not in the in March, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That is an increase of 663,000 from the 89,304,000 Americans who were not in the in February. Since President Barack Obama was first inaugurated in January 2009, 9,460,000 people have dropped out of the .

People Not In Labor Force Soar By 663,000 To 90 Million, Labor Force Participation Rate At 1979 Levels | Zero Hedge

Things just keep getting worse for the American worker, and by implication US , where as we have shown many times before, it pays just as well to sit back and collect disability and various welfare and entitlement checks, than to work .

Weak job gains hurt economic outlook | Reuters

The economy added just 88,000 nonfarm jobs last month, the Labor Department said on Friday.

That was well below market expectations for a 200,000 increase and lower than even the most pessimistic forecast in a Reuters poll. The jobless rate ticked a tenth of a point lower to 7.6 percent largely due to people dropping out of the work force.

The Great DHS Ammunition Stockpile Myth

There are dozens of articles hyping government purchases of ammunition over the last nine months. After spending weeks researching this topic, this is a collection of commonly held myths that are based more on panic than fact.

Homeland Security’s Ammunition Purchases Should Not Worry You | Military Times GearScout

Talk of the Department of Homeland Security’s recent ammunition solicitations has gone from the fringes of the internet to the mainstream in websites like Forbes. I was disappointed by the Forbes article – rather than talk cold hard facts, it was rife with ill-informed speculation.

The dispute about the purchases boils down to this … they placed orders for ‘up to’ a certain amount, but are allegedly not required to purchase that amount. When people saw the orders, they assumed DHS was purchasing the number of rounds on that order.

Of course, stating that DHS won’t fully purchase those rounds when the contract still has years left to fulfill is asinine. We don’t know what they are going to do.

So this is boiling down to faith, and gut instinct to try to predict DHS actions.