Unemployment Insurance claims back to October levels.

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    Neubarth At the Ballpark July 30th

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    Though October was less than the astronomical numbers we saw in January, the claims numbers show that we are still in serious trouble. We need to see Unemployment Insurance claims fall to 350,000 a week or less for us to be holding our ground against the increasing Depression.

    WEEKLY UI CLAIMS FOR THE PAST 26 WEEKS.

    UNADJUSTED DATA (WHICH IS THE REAL NUMBER COMING IN FROM THE STATES, NOT THE FALSE NUMBER RELEASED TO THE SHEEPLE TO MAKE THEM THINK WE ARE IN RECOVERY. WE ARE NOT IN RECOVERY!)

    460,287 in the week ending March 6
    471,720 in the week ending Feb. 27
    452,468 in the week ending Feb. 20
    476,730 in the week ending Feb. 13
    504,661 in the week ending Feb 6
    530,405 in the week ending Jan. 30
    500,392 in the week ending Jan. 23
    650,728 in the week ending Jan. 16
    801,086 in the week ending Jan. 9
    645,571 in the week ending Jan. 2
    557,155 in the week ending Dec. 26
    561,902 in the week ending Dec. 19
    555,344 in the week ending Dec. 12
    664,865 in the week ending Dec. 5
    460,989 in the week ending Nov. 28
    543,926 in the week ending Nov. 21
    479,295 in the week ending Nov. 14
    529,446 in the week ending Nov. 7
    480,178 in the week ending Oct. 31
    492,456 in the week ending Oct. 24
    460,449 in the week ending Oct. 17
    503,973 in the week ending Oct. 10
    449,375 in the week ending Oct. 3
    443,694 in the week ending Sept. 26
    434,358 in the week ending Sept. 19
    407,869 in the week ending Sept. 12
     
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    Yup.

    Funny how easily we dismissed the pain of the working classes when the market was still booming, isn't it?

    Well the chickens of come home to roost.

    Now suddenly we care about them.

    Now that it's too late, of course.
     
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    Well, my hope is that we will see UI claims drop to 330,000 or lower and that Burger King will stop losing money and that Durable Goods orders ex Transportation will soar. Unfortunately, that is not happening. All we can boast about is a four percent increase in manufacturing that means that we are still WAY DOWN and not really improving much. Just restocking the Warehouses in anticipation of a recovery that Obama and his merry band of crooks keeps on telling us is a reality. They speak of this recovery with such certainty, that I think they are actually believing their own headlines.

    Does Government lie to us???? The answer to that is "Hell Yes!"

    Does Government lit to itself???? The answer to that is "It sure looks like it."
     

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