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9.6%: The Last Unemployment Figure Before the Election

October 8, 2010

No surprise here — the unemployment rate for September stayed steady at 9.6%.  That is, of course, until the figures are “revised” later this month or perhaps even after November 2. I’ve got more hope than change in my pocket since the Obama Nation began imposing this latest ill-fated Keynesian experiment on America.  My “hope” [...]

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Recovery Summer Ends at 9.6%

September 3, 2010

August’s unemployment (U3) numbers came out today and saw some movement for the first time all summer.  Of course, it’s in the wrong direction, up to 9.6%.  Three more months at or above 9% and we’ll tie a post Depression record for such persistent high unemployment, and we’re not exorcising inflation from the economy with [...]

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