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- deltaflute on Hey Santa, Here’s One Word for American-Made Toys: Plastics.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
“New U.S. claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly climbed to 424,000 last week from a revised 414,000 in the prior week, pointing to a painfully slow improvement in the nation’s job markets…A [labor] department official said there were no exceptional factors … Continue reading
“I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies…” –Hillary Clinton, March 26, 1992 * I haven’t been this depressed since grad school, when reading Virginia Woolf everyday for months sent me into a tailspin. Don would arrive … Continue reading
Blue Monday how I hate Blue Monday Got to work like a slave all day. –“Blue Monday,” 1954 “At Lifeng we’re happy to make the jeans for the whole world. We never miss a deadline, even if it means our … Continue reading
Dear Ms. Roberts and Mr. Hanks, May I call you Julia and Tom? Hope so. Congratulations on your soon-to-be released film, Larry Crowne. The premise–the title character Tom plays has lost his job–is one over 14 million Americans would likely … Continue reading
On May 6, Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to promote their upcoming movie, Larry Crowne. During the show’s second half, Ms. Roberts and Mr. Hanks gave away their “favorite things.” Oprah’s “elves” (as Hanks … Continue reading
Click below to hear me on today’s Laura Ingraham Show… Interviewed by Laura Ingraham Responses, suggestions welcome!
The number of Americans filing for jobless aid rose to an eight-month high last week and productivity growth slowed in the first quarter, clouding the outlook for an economy that is struggling to gain speed. May 5, 2011, Reuters The … Continue reading
Just a quick post to alert readers to the new addition to the blog / website. Alongside About and Bio, you’ll now find Made in USA Resources. Click it and find links to the products I’ve mentioned since beginning this project January 1st, … Continue reading
In the week ending April 23, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 429,000, an increase of 25,000 from the previous week’s revised figure of 404,000. The 4-week moving average was 408,500, an increase of 9,250 from … Continue reading