Jobs – The Presidency In Review

By Steve Eggleston Yesterday, the January 2014 jobs report was released. The toplines were a mixed bag, with a less-than-expected 113,000 jobs added on a seasonally-adjusted basis, to bring the total number of jobs to 137,499,000, and a methodology-influenced 638,000 increase in employment on a seasonally-adjusted basis, to bring the total number of employed to … Continue reading Jobs – The Presidency In Review

DaTechGuy on DaRadio AP Dillon of Da Magnificent Seven on Common Core

You know my Magnificent Seven have been writing here since November but we have not featured one as a primary guest until now. Today AP Dillon Lady Liberty 1885 of my Magnificent seven joins me to talk about Common Core and maybe some NC politics. In the Second Hour, it's Da Magnificent Panel, Maxine Baptiste … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio AP Dillon of Da Magnificent Seven on Common Core

A Party In The Wilderness by George Kelly | February 7th, 2014

The late historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. was both a brilliant and erudite historian who wrote on a great many subjects during his lifetime. Furthermore, Mr. Schlesinger worked in the Kennedy Administration as a “Special Assistant to The President.” Mr. Schlesinger was a classical New Deal liberal who was a believer in the federal government … Continue reading A Party In The Wilderness by George Kelly | February 7th, 2014

McCain Myerson Communism and the perspective of age

One of the dangers of youth is their experience only stretches as far back as their parents & to some degree their teachers memories. If you are like an average kid, particularly in an internet & video game world you don't gain a big interest in politics or current events until you reach at least … Continue reading McCain Myerson Communism and the perspective of age