More Jobs, But Even More People in Need of Work. When Will the Jobless Recovery End?

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The Department of Labor released a report showing job creation coupled with a stubborn unemployment rate that continues to hover over 8%. Rea Hederman of the Heritage Foundation explains the puzzling employment numbers, along with Front Page regulars Terry Jones and Yaron Brook, on this episode of Front Page. See more at www.pjtv.com
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22 Responses to “More Jobs, But Even More People in Need of Work. When Will the Jobless Recovery End?”

  • Deadcrows1981:

    it can run out someday when? everytime a scientist studies how much oil there is, it’s always way more then they ever thought, over 100 years of pumping from saudi arabia and some very small countries there are richer then most of the population combined, an its still being pumped. Alternative energy is fine, but when you waste trillion and its still not producing? guess what. People are starting to exploit it for personal gain. “give me half a billion i will produce gas from water!” then nothin

  • WHENtimeHASrunOUT:

    your a retard too you know, its not about us having a shortage of oil right now, its about the fact that soon enough it will run out and we will need something else, and while we are using it right now, it is ruining the earth, and the process of extracting it is destroying the environment. obviously we use oil in almost everything and will still need it (unless there is a possibility that we will figure out another way to make things in the future that don’t include oil) but we have to limit it

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Tell me how wind or solar wont need plasic or oil and replace lubrication and paint. Go on. Tell me.

  • Deadcrows1981:

    All governments have their fair share of corrupt people. No country is more… rightious? in that respect. Who goes for australia for oil? Like I mentioned before we have an abundance of it here, and we refine it better then any aussie, and yeah I see you are blind, you just “spend more and more” for green jobs that is just a money hole for at least another hundred years at least. You blind yourself here, you are done You are stupid if you think otherwise. Cheers mate!

  • Deadcrows1981:

    oil will one day run out! we should just get off it now! Ok, well wouldn’t it be faster and motivate more if we just keep using oils until it runs out? That would elemenate our dependancy on it. Without trying to skyrocket the cost of a barrel per it. Sorry man, you have billions being spent, great, hope you spend trillions over years on it. You might get a pay off, you might not. But governments are run by corrupt people, they wouldnt take those billions, right? Right? o.O?

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Yes and if you spend tens of billions and it flops? Just cause you throw billions at anything doesn’t mean it will work. Boosting that you WILL be off oil… even when you see your neighbor in the US spending tons more then you ever threw at Green Energy, what makes you think you will be off it any faster? Took a whole lot of years to get onto crude, a lot to get off it. New sources will go through the same trials. But why when we have hundreds of years of oil usage left.

  • Deadcrows1981:

    BTW oil is in almost every single thing you touch and use. From paint to all plastic. Keep trying hard to make enough windmills that need oil to turn, need oil to plastic the wiring, need oil to paint, one barrel of crude can power a city for a night while hundreds of mills have to be made to power a city for an hour. Meanwhile oil is used in them and if the wind doesn’t blow, no power. Funny that huh?

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Retard, stop putting words in my mouth. The oil we have is pumped out by the millions of barrels by the hour. And no where has it shown that there is a shortage. North America has much oil and yet we hardly touch it. Yet we toss billions at green energy and have nothing to show for it. How many billions or trillions will you have to waste on the same things before you realize “hmm, maybe we need to find a different approach to this.”

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Oil is effective and natural, in the future, we all will be part of that same black goo we refine and burn. Then the next wave of creatures will have their oil. It is replenishable, just takes millions of years.

  • Deadcrows1981:

    That’s it? Have you seen the tens of billions we spend per year for wind, sun and algea? Have you? Germany went full green recently for solar panels. Spain did that same thing too, went bankrupt nearly and had to go more conservative to get out of the 7 year “go green” waste they tried. Tossing billions at something that isn’t meant to be conventional and useful yet isn’t solving anything. Google the facts, billions spent and what do we really have to show for it? Nothing.

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Sure… sure…

  • miturbinesdurti:

    Google “Operation Hilarity”.

    The Democrats are pulling a “Vote for the Worst” stunt (a’la American Idol) with the open primaries. Do not fall for the gains in the polls for Santorum or any wins for Santorum in open primaries. They are suckering us into nominating the weaker candidate. They fear an Obama re-election fight against Romney.

    Santorum knows about “Operation Hilarity”. Out of pure narcissism he is playing along.

    Go to SantorumExposed (dot) com.

  • miturbinesdurti:

    Republican Field Head to Head Polling VS Obama
    *data from Real Clear Politics (dot) com

    Romney: 34 months worth of polling (154 polls total)
    29 wins, 18 ties, 107 losses = 18.83% winning percentage
    Averages losing to Obama by 5.0%

    Santorum: 7 months worth of polling (29 polls total)
    2 wins, 0 ties, 23 losses = 6.90% winning percentage
    Averages losing to Obama by 5.9%

    Any candidate other than Romney is an easy win for Obama.

  • kmkfiction2:

    I would really love to see you run that mouth to people’s face and watch it get kicked in.

  • kmkfiction2:

    You are a real piece of shit.

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Oh sorry, mate! you are right. And speak of oil and what not, $6+ a gallon in the land of downunder is not nearly double ours! and the taxation and rural areas have nothing to do with the price either. The problem with our oil is not the lack of it, is the regulations and laws against pumping for it. We don’t pump much at all and still we refine it the best and pay a lot cheaper then your desert people pay. Enjoy keeping lights on burning dingo farts, mate. Cheers!

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Hey Henry, this was never contributing to any conversation. Outsider attacks on a nation they know nothing about (and I know little to nothing about aus,) just breeds trolls, which, aus. greatest export is trolls. Hate breeds hate, and ignorance that aus spews is just funny. Take nothing of that convo serious. Sorry if you were slighted by it though. Lā k̀xn!

  • henrycate:

    Deadcrows, this is not contributing to the conversation. By the way, it seems doubtful that ALL or even MANY Australians are descended from prisoners. There has always been a second group of Australians — to keep an eye on the prisoners if nothing else — and it’s not clear which group were the more successful breeders.

    By the way, visit Sydney Harbour some day.

  • henrycate:

    Yeah, but you do have other problems, like a staggering tax rate. Don’t get me wrong–I’ve lived and worked in Australia (Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Canberra) and quite liked the place. Still, I prefer the US, if only because you don’t need a nine-hour flight before you go anywhere abroad. :-)

    We can talk all we want about superpower this and that, but those things will sort themselves out without us,

  • KingDingaLing090:

    Oh, so what am I ignorant about? What is ignorant about anti-illegal immigration? Even when you reconsider your previous statements you are still a moron! Lol

  • Deadcrows1981:

    Credit doesn’t account for the stock piles of military might we have stocked up. Sorry your soccor loving shitty country “barby barby!” country no one ever wants. Your people are the shit of England. You didn’t come there to make something of yourselves, you went there cause you were rapists, scum, peices of shit the civil world didn’t see worth noosing a hangmen’s noose or a bullet. Keep thinking Aus matters, it doesnt. ^_^

  • Deadcrows1981:

    As fucked up as we can be, we can still run circles around you with power and strength. Keep up your radical thinking. Only gives us something to feed off of. Haters gunna hate!

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