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Why Vote Republican?

Why Vote Republican?

Why vote Republican? Well, would you vote for creation of almost 4 million jobs since the last election? Could you support that? Is it a good thing? Okay, the Republicans have got you covered. Jobs Would you vote Republican if you knew more Americans are now employed than ever recorded before in our history? Would …

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Problems? Too Many Jobs… Woe Is Me… The Sky Is Falling…

New Hampshire has one of the best of all economic problems to have. It has very low unemployment. The Granite State has consistently retained its near full employment status. In economics there are micro-economic and macro-economic applications. Microeconomics is the study of economics at an individual, group or company level; it is more about management …

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House Democrats Vote for Fewer Jobs in New Hampshire

The laboratories of the States (and some cities) have proven time and again that politicians are a threat to the job market. Mandatory minimum wages never create more jobs. They result in higher unemployment, fewer hours, higher prices, and less opportunity. Local Democrats have decided they want that for New Hampshire.

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Jobless Claims at Historic Low – Democrats Promise to Ruin That If You Elect Them

I guess funemployment wasn’t as much fun as we were told. People have been abandoning it in droves. We also need to question Nancy Pelosi’s “Pelosi-ism” about unemployment being so damn good for the economy. Current trends suggest otherwise. And how about when in the midst of the so-called ‘Obama Recovery’ Democrats were demanding a hike in unemployment benefits? In …

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First Black Unemployment, and Now Hispanic Unemployment Hits a Record Low

Employment for ‘people of color’ continues to set records under President Trump. Back in April 2018, we reported on record-low 5.9% unemployment for black Americans. That’s the lowest its ever been. Ever. In June 2018, Hispanic-Latino unemployment (ages 16 and up) reached an all-time low of 4.6 percent. The lowest since records were kept. And this isn’t just …

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