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November 3, 2015 - "The American auto industry reported its best October sales in a decade on Tuesday, led by double-digit growth at all three Detroit carmakers.

 

Industry analysts projected that the seasonally adjusted sales rate would exceed 18 million vehicles for the second consecutive month as consumers continued to splurge on new pickups and sport utility vehicles.

 

“We’ve officially passed recovery mode are now into record new car sales,” said Karl Brauer, an analyst with the auto research firm Kelley Blue Book. “All the key factors, including pent-up demand, low interest rates, easy credit and cheap gas, were in place.”

 

Some automakers said their sales for the month were the highest since records set in October 2001, when the industry started zero-percent financing to help the American economy recover after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

 

General Motors, the nation’s largest automaker, said it sold 262,000 vehicles during the month, a 15.9 percent increase from a year ago."

 

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/04/business/us-auto-industry-post-best-sales-month-in-decade.html?_r=0

 

 

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November 6, 2015 - "Fox & Friends co-hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Steve Doocy stumbled through a segment on the Bureau of Labor Statistics' job creation estimate for October 2015, which showed the largest monthly jobs gain of 2015, attempting to minimize the significance of a strong monthly report that beat most analyst expectations.

 

On November 6, the BLS released its monthly jobs report for October showing that the U.S. added 271,000 jobs last month, easily beating analyst expectations en route to the largest monthly jobs gain of 2015.

 

Within minutes of the release, Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy portrayed the news in an uneventful light while co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck lamented that the economy created "only 271,000 jobs."

 

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http://mediamatters.org/blog/2015/11/06/watch-fox-news-stumble-through-outstanding-octo/206671

 

 

 

 

 

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On 3/11/2015 at 1:18 PM, Mr. Shaman said:

 

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He continued wall street's war in affie contrary to promises. He's a wall street slave boy. 

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The Good Ol' Days of a competent Presidency......

 

 

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"Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions flatlined globally in 2014, while the world economy grew. The International Energy Agency reports that this marks the first time in 40 years in which there was a halt or reduction in emissions of the greenhouse gas that was not tied to an economic downturn.”

 

The IEA attributes this remarkable occurrence to “changing patterns of energy consumption in China and OECD countries.” As we reported last month, China cut its coal consumption 2.9 percent in 2014, the first drop this century. China is aggressively embracing energy efficiency, expanding clean energy, and shuttering the dirtiest power plants to meet its planned 2020 (or sooner) peak in coal use. As a result, Chinese CO2 emissions dropped 1 percent in 2014 even as their economy grew by 7.4 percent.

 

At the same time, the Financial Times pointed out, “In the past five years, OECD countries’ economies grew nearly 7 percent while their emissions fell 4 percent, the IEA has found.”

 

A big part of that is the United States, where fuel economy standards have reversed oil consumption trends — and renewable energy, efficiency, and natural gas have cut U.S. coal consumption."

 

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/03/13/3633362/iea-co2-emissions-decouple-growth/

 

 

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March 11, 2015

 

"The strongest dollar in more than 11 years is coming soon to stores across the U.S.!!!

 

The 24 percent surge in the currency since June will take time to gradually ripple through the world’s largest economy, first showing up in lower costs for goods imported by American companies and then in the prices paid by consumers, according to economists at Barclays Plc, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. That means the dollar will be the next check on inflation, replacing oil as fuel costs stabilize.

 

“The energy price pass-through should begin to wane by the end of the first quarter,” said Michael Gapen, the New York-based chief U.S. economist for Barclays. “The peak drag from the dollar will come in the second and third quarters.”

 

Clothing, electronics and automobiles are among the items that will probably carry smaller price tags as the greenback’s appreciation works its way to store shelves and dealer showrooms. That will give an added boost to household buying power, which is already benefiting from the lowest gasoline prices in six years and larger job gains.

 

“You can’t expect a better environment for consumers,” said Gregory Daco, lead U.S. economist at Oxford Economics in New York. Combined with cheaper fuel, “the stronger dollar is an additional layer of downward pressure on inflation.”

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-11/strongest-dollar-in-a-decade-coming-to-u-s-stores-far-and-wide

 

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"Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions flatlined globally in 2014, while the world economy grew. The International Energy Agency reports that this marks “the first time in 40 years in which there was a halt or reduction in emissions of the greenhouse gas that was not tied to an economic downturn.”

 

The IEA attributes this remarkable occurrence to “changing patterns of energy consumption in China and OECD countries.” As we reported last month, China cut its coal consumption 2.9 percent in 2014, the first drop this century. China is aggressively embracing energy efficiency, expanding clean energy, and shuttering the dirtiest power plants to meet its planned 2020 (or sooner) peak in coal use. As a result, Chinese CO2 emissions dropped 1 percent in 2014 even as their economy grew by 7.4 percent.

 

At the same time, the Financial Times pointed out, “In the past five years, OECD countries’ economies grew nearly 7 percent while their emissions fell 4 percent, the IEA has found.”

 

A big part of that is the United States, where fuel economy standards have reversed oil consumption trends — and renewable energy, efficiency, and natural gas have cut U.S. coal consumption."

 

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/03/13/3633362/iea-co2-emissions-decouple-growth/

 

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March 23, 2015 - "Five years ago, President Obama signed the landmark Affordable Care Act into law. Since then, the law that’s come to be known simply as “Obamacare” has survived a Supreme Court challenge, stumbled through a rocky website rollout, weathered massive political misinformation campaigns, withstood dozens of repeal attempts, and ultimately extended health care to millions of Americans who used to be uninsured.

 

So, on Obamacares fifth birthday, here’s how health reform is faring:...."

 

 

http://thinkprogress.org/health/2015/03/23/3637393/obamacare-five-year-anniversary/

 

 

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March 24, 2015 - "A massive expansion of insurance programs like Medicaid and a drop in emergency room visits saved hospitals at least $7.4 billion over the last year, the Obama administration announced Monday.

 

With millions more people covered under ObamaCare last year, hospitals faced fewer bills from patients who lacked insurance and were unable to pay. Hospitals also saw fewer emergency room visits, which rack up far higher costs and often leave hospitals with the tab.

 

The costs of those services — known as uncompensated care — dropped by one-fifth nationwide in 2014, according to a government report released Monday.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the findings to mark the fifth year since the passage of ObamaCare.

 

Nearly 70 percent of those savings came from states that have expanded the eligibility for Medicaid under ObamaCare. The 29 states with Medicaid expansions saved a total of $5 billion last year, compared to the $2.4 billion saved in states that did not expand the program.

 

The government’s report — which focuses on the benefits of Medicaid expansion — is an effort to entice states that have been politically resistant to expanding the program.

 

If all states had allowed more people to sign up for Medicaid, their hospitals could have saved an extra $1.4 billion, the report finds."

 

http://crooksandliars.com/2015/03/hospitals-saved-billions-under-obamacare

 

 

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On ‎3‎/‎11‎/‎2015 at 2:18 PM, Mr. Shaman said:

 

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Oh, no. Mental Retard has another screen name...don't forget to bow to your POS GOD!!!! LMAO

 

Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama
He said that all must lend a hand
To make this country strong again

 

Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama
He said we must be fair today
Equal work means equal pay

 

Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama
He said that we must take a stand
To make sure everyone gets a chance

Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama
He said red, yellow, black or white
All are equal in his sight

 

Mmm, mmm, mm!
Barack Hussein Obama
Yes!

 

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Barack Hussein Obama

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On ‎12‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 9:32 AM, Phoenix68 said:

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The Good Ol' Days of a competent Presidency......

 

 

 

Image may contain: 2 people, text that says 'Barack Obama 8 YEARS OF WAR LOWEST ECONOMY GROWTH IN AMERICAN HISTORY RECORD NUMBER OF MASS SHOOTINGS RECORD NUMBER OF PEOPLE ON FOOD STAMPS RECORD HIGH HEALTH INSURANCE COSTS RECORD HIGH NATIONAL DEBT WORST RIOTING SINCE 1967 HIGHEST POVERTY LEVEL IN AMERICAN HISTORY This Is What Liberals Call A Sucess?'

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3 hours ago, Imgreatagain said:

Could it be that many people are now going to urgent care facilities instead of the ER ? Wouldn’t that offset the numbers? 

 

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1 hour ago, TBHWT said:

Image may contain: 2 people, text that says 'Barack Obama 8 YEARS OF WAR LOWEST ECONOMY GROWTH IN AMERICAN HISTORY RECORD NUMBER OF MASS SHOOTINGS RECORD NUMBER OF PEOPLE ON FOOD STAMPS RECORD HIGH HEALTH INSURANCE COSTS RECORD HIGH NATIONAL DEBT WORST RIOTING SINCE 1967 HIGHEST POVERTY LEVEL IN AMERICAN HISTORY This Is What Liberals Call A Sucess?'

On 12/10/2018 at 9:32 AM, Phoenix68 said:

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The Good Ol' Days of a competent Presidency......

 

 

"Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions flatlined globally in 2014, while the world economy grew. The International Energy Agency reports that this marks the first time in 40 years in which there was a halt or reduction in emissions of the greenhouse gas that was not tied to an economic downturn.”

 

The IEA attributes this remarkable occurrence to “changing patterns of energy consumption in China and OECD countries.” As we reported last month, China cut its coal consumption 2.9 percent in 2014, the first drop this century. China is aggressively embracing energy efficiency, expanding clean energy, and shuttering the dirtiest power plants to meet its planned 2020 (or sooner) peak in coal use. As a result, Chinese CO2 emissions dropped 1 percent in 2014 even as their economy grew by 7.4 percent.

 

At the same time, the Financial Times pointed out, “In the past five years, OECD countries’ economies grew nearly 7 percent while their emissions fell 4 percent, the IEA has found.”

 

A big part of that is the United States, where fuel economy standards have reversed oil consumption trends — and renewable energy, efficiency, and natural gas have cut U.S. coal consumption."

 

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/03/13/3633362/iea-co2-emissions-decouple-growth/

 

 

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March 30, 2015 - "According to a new survey economists are expecting stronger growth this year and the next year.

 

The National Association for Business Economics survey finds a forecast of 3.1 percent growth in the real gross domestic product or GDP, this report is the March report but in the earlier December report the forecast was 2.4 percent gain in the real Gross domestic product.

 

There is good news for jobs, says the NABE President John Silvia, who’s also the chief economist of Wells Fargo.

 

The forecast for the jobs is average 250,000 per month in 2015 and 216,000 per month next year.

 

The unemployment rate is trending downward over the next several quarters; it will reach 5 percent by the second half of 2016."

 

http://www.thesilverink.com/lower-unemployment-rate-in-us-economy-2015/21294/

 

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"Lines at state employment agencies last week were about as short as theyve been in 15 years, adding to evidence of persistent labor-market strength that’s boosting Americansspirits.

 

Applications for unemployment benefits dropped by 20,000 to 268,000 in the seven days ended March 28, the second-lowest since April 2000, Labor Department figures showed Thursday in Washington. Bloomberg’s Consumer Comfort Index advanced a third straight week, approaching the highest reading since July 2007.

 

Jobless claims that have declined since the end of February indicate employers remain upbeat about the economy’s prospects after a recent slowdown in sales. A report Friday may show almost a quarter million jobs were added last month, helping explain why households are feeling better about their finances and laying the groundwork for a rebound in spending.

 

“One element of the economy that isn’t reflecting the weakness seen elsewhere is the job market,” said Tom Simons, an economist at Jefferies LLC in in New York, who projected 270,000 claims. “It indicates consumers will have more purchasing power and thus should be able to increase consumption.”

 

The Bloomberg index of sentiment climbed to 46.2 in the period ended March 29 from 45.5 the prior week, capping the strongest quarter since the second quarter of 2007. Among the gauge’s three components, the measure of the buying climate increased to the highest level in eight years. The reading on personal finances was the second-best since October 2007."

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-04-02/jobless-claims-in-u-s-decreased-to-a-nine-week-low-of-268-000

 

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