democRAT brain trust Maxine Waters thinks she has the goods on the evil bankers. She is going to make sure the nation knows who these thieves are.
Auntie Maxine chairs the House Financial Services Committee, and she had a hearing today with the CEOs of the megabanks, the really evil banker guys. These are the guys from the megabanks, and I saw a picture of it, and they’re all white. A bunch of white privilege, white nationalist, megabank CEOs are there — and Auntie Maxine thinks she’s got them right where she wants them.
WATERS: Today, there are more than 44 million Americans that owe — this is student loan crisis — $1.56 trillion in student loan debt. Last year, one million student loan borrowers defaulted, which is on top of the one million borrowers who defaulted the year before! What are you guys doing to help us with this student loan debt? Who would like to answer first? Mr. Moynihan, Big Bank?
MOYNIHAN: Uh, we stopped making student loans in 2007 or so.
WATERS: Oh, so you don’t do it anymore. Mr. Corbat?
CORBAT: We exited student-lending funding in 2009.
WATERS: Mr. Dimon?
DIMON: When the government took over student lending in 2010 or so, we stopped doing all student lending.
196,000 new jobs just about removes any hopes that Democrats have of crashing the economy.
Despite a massive effort by the left to crash the economy, the economy is still plugging along.
Job market bounces back in March with 196,000 gain in payrolls
Nonfarm payrolls expanded by 196,000 and the unemployment rate held steady at 3.8%.
Wage gains fell off the recent strong pace, increasing just 0.14% for the month and 3.2% year over year, below expectations of the 3.4% pace from last month.
The numbers came a month after February's jaw-dropping gain of just 20,000, which was revised up to 33,000 in the March report.
Job creation posted a solid rebound in March, with nonfarm payrolls expanding by 196,000 and the unemployment rate holding steady at 3.8%, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday.
That was better than the 175,000 Dow Jones estimate and comes after a dismal February that had economists wondering whether the decade-old economic expansion was nearing an end. The unemployment rate met expectations.
"With a strong March employment report now in the books, we've gotten some reassurance that the labor market is still strong," said Steve Rick, chief economist at CUNA Mutual Group. "Of course, last month's nosedive was disappointing, especially after December and January had such impressive numbers despite some sizable headwinds. But a good March report shows that February was more of an outlier than a canary in the coal mine."
Wage gains fell off the recent strong pace, increasing just 0.14% for the month and 3.2% year over year, below expectations of the 3.4% pace from last month. The average work week increased by 0.1 hour to 34.5 hours.
While Veep, Biden meddled in Ukraine politics, extorting money and demanding their president fire the prosecutor who was investigating Burisma Holdings. Joe Biden's son was on the board of Burisma. So Trump's not the only nepotistic thug on Capitol Hill. What a surprise!