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O’Reilly: Does Kerry Think FDR Should Have Given Nazis Jobs?

Bill O'Reilly is livid about the Obama administration's refusal to declare war on "radical Islam" by name. Full News here – RealClearPolitics Videos

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Harf on Jobs For Terrorists Comment: Argument May Be “Too Nuanced” For Some; Bush Said It Too

State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf elaborates on comments she made about potential terrorists and job opportunities on Monday's broadcast of MSNBC's Hardball. Harf said we must "go after the root causes that lead people to join these groups, whether it is lack of opportunity for jobs." Harf appeared on CNN's The Situation Room on Tuesday […]

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Ralph Peters: Terrorists Aren’t Saying “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs,” They’re “Screaming Allahu Akbar”

SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS: Among all the stupid things that I think I have heard about radical Islam, the State Department jobs program has to be ranked the highest among them. Because if that's their mentality, Colonel, then maybe we should give people free housing, terrorist housing, and maybe we should give them Ferraris, and […]

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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker participates in a panel discussion at the American Action Forum

As Scott Walker mulls White House bid, a spotlight on his jobs agency

By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, a potential Republican presidential candidate, traveled on a trade mission to Britain last week, he brought along top officials from his economic development agency to help drum up jobs. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, a public-private body set up by Walker shortly after he […]

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Republicans Look for the Dark Side on the Jobs Report

Economists called it one of the best monthly jobs reports since the recession, with hiring and wages on the rise, but for Republicans on Friday the challenge was how to tamp down the cheers. Full News here – First Draft

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Another Strong Jobs Report

“In a sign the economic momentum evident late last year has carried into 2015, the Labor Department said Friday that American employers added 257,000 jobs in January, as wage growth rebounded and more people joined the work force,” the New York Times reports. “The Labor Department said on Friday that the unemployment rate ticked up […]

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Amid Gains in Jobs and Pay, Americans Rejoin the Work Force

American employers added 257,000 jobs in January, showing that signs of economic momentum late last year carried into 2015. Full News here – NYT > Politics

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Tax Policy: Corporate Tax Reform: Focusing on Where the Money Is, Not Where the Jobs Are

President Obama wants territorial taxation, in which companies pay tax on their income only where they earn it, and Republicans agree. Full News here – NYT > Politics

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Upskill America: The President’s Plan to Help Hardworking Americans Earn Higher-Paying Jobs

Watch on YouTube Yesterday, President Obama traveled to Boise State University in Idaho — his first time in the Gem State. Here's why:  For six years, President Obama and the American people have been working hard to lay a new, stronger foundation for our economy — one that's based on what works: middle-class economics. That […]

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Ex-Im Bank: Supporting American Jobs, Protecting American Taxpayers

With the U.S. economy on the move — and with worldwide demand for quality, innovative goods on the rise — there have never been greater opportunities for American small businesses to prosper on the global stage and add good-paying jobs here at home. The Export-Import Bank of the United States, or "Ex-Im," is a small […]

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