That is and has for decades been the Dem's agenda - creeping socialism - and I'm convinced many of 'em know their lies are lies but don't care as long as they serve the cause."Tax cuts for the wealthy"...I swear, do you morons do any research at all for yourselves? The media could tell the never-Trumpers literaly anything 100 times and they would start to believe it I hope to God that the majority of people in our country are smarter than this, othewise, we will all sufffer in same sinking boat under Socialism.Thank you Donald Trump: "Average hourly earnings increased 8 cents in July to $27.98". I can't buy anything with 8 cents.You're kidding, right? You would have Americans ignore our success and prosperity because 33 months after Shrillary's humiliating defeat your leftarded butt still hurts?
No wonder you bitter, anti-American leftards are so hysterical. What is good for America seems bad for you.
- A nicely and sustainably expanding economy (which has raised all ships) with low inflation.
- Historically low unemployment (especially amongst our minorities) with rising wages and disposable income.
- A strong dollar and investment markets.
- A righting of what had been a listing (left) USSC.
- Repeated exposure of our self-serving swamp and the nefarious players within it, including but not limited to our MSM/DNC and high-ranking mutts at both our DOJ & FBI.
- Job Growth Underscores Economy’s Vigor; Unemployment at Half-Century Low
I suppose it is.
Thank you Mr Prez and MAGA, baby!!
Job growth has petered out and averaged "140,000 per month in the last three months".
The tax cuts benefited the wealthy, and those people don't need jobs.
Manufacturing output has declined over the past three months as the Trump scam is strangling manufacturers.
Trump is performing the biggest scam of his life on the American voter.
Two Charts Show Trump's Job Gains Are Just A Continuation From Obama's Presidency
U.S. Adds 164,000 Jobs in July... the average employment gain in Obama’s last six years in office (after getting out of the recession's impact) was 201 thousand. And the average for his last five years was 207 thousand ...
... U.S. employers added 164,000 jobs in July, and the unemployment rate held at 3.7 percent, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report. Average monthly job growth is lower this year compared to the first seven months of 2018, but service-sector industries remain a steady source of job gains, and manufacturing employment far exceeded expectations.
"Job growth in 2019 continues to be resilient, particularly in industries like professional and business services, health care, social assistance, and financial activities," said Julia Pollak, a labor economist at employment marketplace ZipRecruiter. "Monthly job gains have cooled since 2018, however, when they averaged a tremendous 223,000 per month on average. They've averaged 165,000 in 2019 so far—less than in each of the prior eight years—and only 140,000 per month in the last three months." ...