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Sequestration is killing jobs
Last Friday, the Labor Department delivered some bad news to President Obama. U.S. employers created just 88,000 jobs in March. The number of Americans with jobs fell by 206,000. Another half-million Americans gave up looking for work entirely. It was a dreadful report. So, of course, the White House immediately blamed anybody but Obama for our deteriorating economy...[continue reading]