March jobs report – still a long way to go

By Steve Eggleston The March jobs report came out yesterday, and it contained relatively good news. The toplines were: 192,000 jobs added on a seasonally-adjusted basis, slightly ahead of the anemic +183,000/month pace over the past year The same 192,000 jobs added on the private-sector side, pushing the total to 116,087,000 An unemployment rate unchanged … Continue reading March jobs report – still a long way to go

People of the Lie

by baldilocks Originally posted on November 9, 2003 at my old blog You know them, as do I. They are the people who have become so used to lying to get what they want, that they actually believe their own lies and think you’re the one that's crazy for not believing them also. I know … Continue reading People of the Lie

DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon to 2 PM LIVE from the Nashoba Club Restaurant

Today we are on the road again and we make our second visit to the Nashoba Club Restaurant. We're going to sample their incredible Pizza as we talk about Scott Brown dancing in New Hampshire on issues, Barack Obama selling seats on the Titanic, and the "No Believing Christians need apply" sign at Mozilla We'll … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon to 2 PM LIVE from the Nashoba Club Restaurant

Senator Scott Brown, Granite Grok & Dancing the Little Sidestep in NH

Sir Humphrey Appleby: So we trust you to make sure that your Minister does nothing incisive or divisive over the next few weeks. Sir Arnold Robinson:  Avoids anything controversial. Sir Humphrey Appleby:  Expresses no firm opinion about anything at all. Now, is that quite clear? Bernard Woolley:  Yes, well, I think that is probably what he … Continue reading Senator Scott Brown, Granite Grok & Dancing the Little Sidestep in NH