Since 2009, the U.S. economy has added only six million jobs, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Obama will announce his Executive Amnesty Plan tonight. Today is National Revolution Day in Mexico–
Good Thursday morning, Nov. 20, the 324th day of the year and just 11 days until the federal budget runs out and the government shuts down, a date congressional Republicans no doubt have circled on their calendar in — what else — bright red. Here’s today’s Three-Minute Briefing, all the News You Can Use in 120 seconds or your next one’s free:
That is happening again. This time it is with amnesty.
What also remains is a Republican leadership that wants amnesty too. The Republican leaders know they must put on a dramatic display for the public, but they are already stacking the deck to ensure Barack Obama gets away with what he is doing.
So if the minimum wage, like unemployment insurance, is supposed to provide an Obamanomic stimulus to the sluggish economy, on the theory that higher wages = more consumer spending = STIMULUS!, then what’s the deal with handing out millions of work permits to illegal aliens – a policy guaranteed to depress average wages?
“I think that’s probably a very real possibility,” Perry said during a panel here at the Republican Governors Association’s annual meeting.
Speaking at an event this week, according to Business Insider, Thompson said McDonald’s once tried to make bubble gum-flavored broccoli, but children weren’t interested.
While 75 percent of students picked the protein, 58 and 59 percent, respectively, chose a fruit or vegetable. Of those who had the protein on their tray, 75 percent took a bite of the chicken, while only 24 percent tried even a nibble of their vegetable.
Bank of America, Barnes and Noble, Coca-Cola, CVS, Disney, Hilton, Gap, Hewlitt-Packard, Nabisco and Subway are all listed as corporate partners with the World Wildlife Fund having made substantial donations to the organization. Likewise, Caterpillar, Starbucks, Walmart, McDonald’s and AT&T have all engaged in partnerships with the Environmental Defense Fund, the same organization that ran television ads and organized voter turnout efforts to support Democrat Senate candidates in Iowa, Colorado and North Carolina in 2014.
Turning Point USA activists from across the country are bringing “The Healthcare Games” to campus this November. They will be distributing informational literature, identifying new activists that believe in our message, and informing students of the dangers of government-run healthcare.
“Undercover work, inherently invasive and sometimes dangerous, was once largely the domain of the F.B.I. and a few other law enforcement agencies at the federal level,” Eric Lichtblau and William Arkin note in The New York Times. “But outside public view, changes in policies and tactics over the last decade have resulted in undercover teams run by agencies in virtually every corner of the federal government.” At least 40 federal agencies now conduct such operations.
Florida-based Ocheesee Creamery is fighting a state agricultural department rule that bars the business from accurately labelling its skim milk as skim milk. Because creamery owner Mary Lou Wesselhoeft does not inject vitamin A into the milk, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Serices (DACS) says she can only label it “Non-Grade ‘A’ Milk Product, Natural Milk Vitamins Removed”.
“The term has often been felt to refer to the vulnerableness of young women in college for the first time,” Leigh-Anne Royster, the school’s “Inclusive Community Wellbeing Director” told the College Fix.