Barack Obama worked as Director of the church-based Developing Communities Project in Chicago as well as a counselor and instructor for the Gamaliel Foundation. After graduating magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, he lectured and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago. He was primarily a civil rights attorney and also served on the Board of Directors of 3 community based philanthropic organizations before running for Senate.
That's said of him but I question his knowing the constitution enough to teach it less he would not be guilty of Treason for protecting Bush as http://hubpages.com/politics/Why-And-Ho … Overthrown shows.
by Mike Russo 4 years ago
During Obama's state of the union speech, he stated that he wants the minimum wage raised and is going to raise it for federal employees. He implied this will create jobs. The republican party countered with: Where are the jobs?" House Republican Conference Chair Cathy...
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
The jobs report that came out today is dismal.Employers added only 18,000 jobs.Government shed 39,000 jobs.And here's the kicker: "Two years after the recession officially ended, companies are adding fewer workers despite record cash stockpiles and healthy profit margins."So clearly, the...
by GA Anderson 4 years ago
I stole this from another thread, so the topic could be discussed without further hijacking the thread it was on. I hope that was OK.John, I am not putting forth criticisms for you to defend. I do not know enough about MMT to hold an intelligent conversation about it. I was merely pointing to...
by Moderndayslave 5 years ago
With wages adjusted for inflation either stagnant or losing ground and commodities and the cost of living going up. Is the US economy being systematically gutted or is this just a coincidence? What's your opinion and why?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
Harry Reid says the private sector is "doing just fine" with jobs. HUH???? He doesn't realize that the private sector has lost 3.5 million jobs since 2008??I swear, most of our politicians - from both sides - are so far removed from everyday American reality...
by GA Anderson 4 years ago
Thanks to rHamson for planting the seed for this thought. I will even use his/her post, (and my reply), to start things rolling.GA replied:Your last question is the nut that no one can crack - yet.And it might make a good forum topic by itself. Rather than having conflicting ideologies...
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