The Biden Job Market

June 10, 2024Article, Commentary, News, Opinion No Comments

Look a Little Deeper By Murray Edwards Last week the latest job report came out, admittedly, it was slightly higher than expected at 272,000 new jobs. However, the unemployment rate ticked up to 4%, the job participation rate dropped to 62.5% and the U-6 unemployment rate which takes into effect those underemployed, individuals discouraged looking … Read More

California’s $20-Dollar Minimum Wage

June 9, 2024Article, Commentary, Opinion No Comments

By Murray Edwards As California’s Governor Gavin Newsom’s $20-dollar minimum wage for restaurants kicks in, the business community is reacting. Over 10,000 jobs have been cut, workers are being shifted to part-time and far worse, restaurants are shutting down and those that are financially able are making their plans to exit the state of California. … Read More

Has Biden had a Epiphany?

June 4, 2024Commentary, Opinion No Comments

By Murray Edwards After 3 ½ years in office, Biden decides it’s time to do something about the immigration situation. He is expected to sign an Executive Order sometime on Tuesday before he heads off the Europe for D-Day celebrations. Reports are, that once the average daily encounters at the ports of entry hit 2,500, … Read More

Who’s Running the Presidency?

April 6, 2024Article, Commentary, Opinion 2 Comments

By Joe Murray I think the bigger concern is who’s running the Presidency because it does not appear to be Biden.  With all the baggage how did he even win the primary? He’s the best candidate the Dems could come up with??? Not just Biden but the whole thing appears to be a threat. If … Read More

Memo to the RNC and Republican Voters

February 18, 2024Commentary, Opinion 1 Comment

Commentary by Murray Edwards Learn to play the game. The Democrats are running circles around the RNC. They have perfected the early voting, absentee mail in, as well as ballot harvesting where permitted. In the special election held in New York back a week or so ago, the Democratic candidate won 83% of the processes … Read More

So, What Will They Now?

February 10, 2024Article, Commentary, Opinion 2 Comments

Commentary by Joe Murray I’m just sitting back and watching all the happenings in the world.  Having studied history and politics and been involved in two Presidential campaigns in the ancient days, I just try to think like those in the arena are thinking.  Just take my musings lightly but think about them yourself. WHAT … Read More

It Depends on the Interpretation

December 30, 2023Opinion No Comments

If you were posed the following question, what would you determine? It seems that the Democrats are perfectly fine with removing a Republican candidate from the ballots of several states’ presidential ballots. The reason, in their interpretation, this individual is guilty of creating an “insurrection.” Amazingly, this individual nor any other individual have been charged, … Read More

The Tidal Wave is Coming

December 28, 2023Commentary, Opinion No Comments

America this treasury borrowing of $500 Billion in just the first 3 weeks since October 1st, this increase is staggering!   Look at the federal debt and interest rate rising, as the cost of servicing the debt has completely exploded. Eclipsing all but two-line items of this treasury report and they are, Social Security Administration and … Read More