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Obama Pushes To Save The Holiday Season For A Million Unemployed People

Obama Pushes To Save The Holiday Season For A Million Unemployed People

Commented Nov 15, 2013 at 17:00:34 in Politics

“Well it's the corporate leaders who are whoarding their record profits instead of hiring. Only 44.7% of working age Americans has a full-time job. This is a disaster. Most of the chronically unemployed are just as smart, capable, and responsible as those with jobs. And they can do your jobs better than you!”

elizabethlee on Nov 15, 2013 at 18:14:50

“and the government is fine with that because it pays their salaries, vacations, pensions, healthcare bills...everything else is chalk up to the debt ceiling so when these politicians leave with unprecedented benefits...please keep in mind that they were already wealthy when they ran for office.. it's passed on to the next president.

when will we ever learn since we pay ALL their creature comforts and they work a minimal amount of time.

shame on us”
Michael Arnold, Sylvia Fraser, Kenneth Proctor Killed In Navy Yard Shooting

Michael Arnold, Sylvia Fraser, Kenneth Proctor Killed In Navy Yard Shooting

Commented Sep 18, 2013 at 10:54:36 in Crime

“I already contacted a couple of their employers (government contractors) to see if they're ready to field resumes.”
The Worst Private Schools For Student Debt

The Worst Private Schools For Student Debt

Commented Nov 7, 2011 at 14:30:59 in AOL

“Argosy University (formerly American Schools of Professional Psychology) has to be among the worst. They knowingly admit far too many students than they can graduate (considering that as a doctoral-level program it's resource intensive for professors to have so many students and no school wants to be accused of flooding/diluting the market). Eventually they find fault with students at various milestone points and then weed out. Students incur $60-80K in loan debt before they are shown the door with no doctorate to establish earning power to pay back these loans.”