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A Sampling Of This Morning’s Headlines

Via Google News:

Rosy outlook on job front expected with latest report

The Desert Sun – ‎4 hours ago‎

One big reason for optimism is Wednesday’s ADP National Employment Report, which showed that the private sector added 93000 jobs in November. More than half

November jobs report expected to be strong

Lansing State Journal – ‎4 hours ago‎

which showed that the private sector added 93000 jobs in November. More than half of those jobs – 54000 – were in small firms with 49 employees or fewer

November Jobs Report Expected to Be Rosy

HispanicBusiness.com (press release) – Kevin G. Hall – ‎6 hours ago‎

More than half of those jobs — 54000 — were in small firms with 49 employees or fewer, a good sign that the recovery is strengthening.

Employment report expected to be rosy

Daily Camera – Kevin G. Hall – ‎6 hours ago‎

One big reason for optimism is Wednesday`s ADP National Employment Report, which showed that the private sector added 93000 jobs in November. More than half

November employment numbers are expected to show strong hiring

The Daily Tar Heel – ‎7 hours ago‎

More than half of those jobs — 54000 — were in small firms with 49 employees or fewer, a good sign that the recovery is strengthening.

Upbeat numbers expected in November report on jobs

The Herald | HeraldOnline.com – Kevin G. Hall – ‎8 hours ago‎

More than half of those jobs – 54000 – were in small firms with 49 employees or fewer, a good sign that the recovery is strengthening.

Optimism about jobs starts to take hold

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – ‎8 hours ago‎

Last month the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported stronger than expected 151000 jobs gained in October, and analysts expect a similar report today.

Another jump in US hiring is expected

Minneapolis Star Tribune – Kevin G. Hall – ‎10 hours ago‎

One big reason for optimism is Wednesday’s ADP National Employment Report, which showed that the private sector added 93000 jobs in November. More than half

Friday’s November jobs report expected to be rosy

Lexington Herald Leader – Kevin G. Hall – ‎14 hours ago‎

Last month the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported stronger than expected 151000 jobs gained in October, and analysts expect a similar report on Friday.

US economy on recovery road

Herald Sun – ‎14 hours ago‎

Last month the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported stronger than expected 151000 jobs gained in October, and analysts expect a similar report on Friday.

US private sector offers more jobs to unemployed Americans

Empowered News – ‎4 hours ago‎

US private businesses ramped up their hiring during November amid signals that the economy is picking up and may yet sustain an upswing.

November Jobs Report: What to Expect

TheStreet.com – Shanthi Bharatwaj – ‎16 hours ago‎

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — A strong ADP report on private sector growth, the largely downward trend in jobless

That’s our news media.

They always stand ready to boost the economy – when it will help their Democrat masters.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Friday, December 3rd, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

13 Responses to “A Sampling Of This Morning’s Headlines”

  1. 64dodger

    39,000 jobs and 9.8 percent unemploymen.

    Shall we celebrate?

  2. Rusty Shackleford

    Who needs “Pravda”? Welcome comrade to the USSA. And they want us to believe them. George Orwell was just a little early.

  3. Wow, that IS unexpected. Again.

  4. mr_bill

    Even with the new [unexpected] numbers published, the following is the top story on Google “news” at 9:48AM Central.

    Two-year low for layoffs hints at hiring pickup
    The Associated Press – ‎20 hours ago‎

    WASHINGTON (AP) – November marked a two-year low for the number of people applying for initial unemployment benefits, suggesting that the tight job market may be easing at last.

    http://www.google.com/hostedne.....fdba3544df

    • Right of the People

      Mr Bill,

      You didn’t see all of the headline from the AP. The whole thing is:

      Two-year low for layoffs hints at hiring pickup truck to move from the house you just lost to the bank because you couldn’t make the payments.

      I can understand your confusion.

    • mr_bill

      Ahhhh, that clarifies it, then. :)

  5. GetBackJack

    Locally, our NBC affiliate spent 3 minutes of their top news story segment (3 out of ten minutes) interviewing people about getting back into the stock market. Telephone interviews with brokers. On air interview with a local banking guy. Man in the street stuff.

    Wife and I stared at the screen goggle-eyed because it was NAKEDLY promoting investing in stocks. As ‘news’. My email to the station head of news has, of course, gone unanswered. But then, when I once knuckled down and kept after one news director (CBS affiliate) to quit mischaracterizing the Tea Party he finally wrote back that he had been in touch with the local police department filing a complaint about my harassment.

    Checking with the police they laughed at the idea of such a thing.

    News.

    Just another State Organ we get to be in touch with.

    • tranquil.night

      Have you not watched Fast Money on CNBC? :) We call all of that the squawkbox, but it is newsworthy if other outlets such as local are now encouraging a speculative environment, because it tells us the regime is brokering a strategy. Wouldn’t be surprised if the lame-stream pushes this narrative “oooh ooh! Look at the Stock Market everyone! The Fed just told us they bailed out the world and the market is roaring (contrary to what they were threatening would happen as we demanded they open their books on this before the election) Come on in everyone, water’s fine!” While ripping big banks-ers obscene profits at the same time

      Yeah, this is familiar to cycles we’ve seen in the Euro. A bailout is announced and the Euro rebounds at first as all the rich who believe in favor of Keynesian try and exert their pressure into a market rally. Then weeks or days later reality sets in and value crashes when its clear someone else needs a bailout again. And who’s there on the short-sale profiting off the decline – why the Keynesians allied with the policymakers and those on the squawkbox. Crony capitalism, which the Ruling Class tells us afterwards is vindication of the inherent evil of the system and the root basis for the need to reorganize.

      So we can all see why those Ruling Class elements within Wall Street need to have plants call Rush and try and throw him off the scent with complex but worthless details. It parallels what happened with ClimateGate – which half of America probably still knows nothing about because the media was covering the bizarre Tiger Woods house of cards that just happened to tumble at that exact point – for months.

  6. tranquil.night

    See, the Economy is fine. Time to raise taxes!

    • Liberals Demise

      Dusting out the money holder in “MY” wallet.
      There are prisoners that don’t work but need their tax refunds….eh Turbo Tim?

  7. RabidAmerican

    I’m ready to SCREAM whenever I hear a politician utter the ThinkSpeak “Create Jobs”, “Creating Jobs.” The term is vile and pernicious.

    Does anyone else notice how this seemingly harmless phrase has taken over the minds of Americans?

    It signifies that jobs come from some external source; that we are out of control of our own destiny. We may be out of control of our own destiny, but only because our liberties have been so debased our economy no longer represents human behavior. Human behavior is now ‘legislated.’

    In our ‘free enterprise’ form of capitalism, (as it was meant to be) we, the marketplace, human behavior, are the forces that create jobs. The game board has been changed and rigged by and for the Ruling Class and yet we all want to still play their game.

    How pathetic.

    Until we have a majority in the House and Senate who understand that government is supposed to be the referee, not a player, we will have to play on their ‘game board.’

    Fiat money is the root of the cause. We’re now a third world-country. No, we’re not going to become a third-world country. We’re already there! We are simply opiated by the last of the residual wealth in the hands of the trust babies and the few that have real jobs with multinational corporations.

    A sea change and understanding of economic liberty must be resurrected, or kiss your babies and grandbabies on the cheek and wish them a good life as a lampshade.

    Now, ask me how I really feel.

    • proreason

      “It signifies that jobs come from some external source”

      oh, it’s even worse than that.

      It implies that POLITICIANS CREATE JOBS, which is an insidious lie of the highest order. They don’t create jobs. They KILL jobs.

      When you think about it, 95% of what politicians do is fabricate lies to trick people into thinking they are useful. Earmarks, “solving” non-existant problems, “creating” jobs, “serving” constituents, “protecting” freedoms. What a load of horse manure they are.

  8. Chinnubie

    What happened to the good-old-days of the corrupt politician that still loved thier country??




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