Sunday, May 07, 2017

More Trump Success: 10-year low Unemployment And House Passes Health Care Bill

JOBS JOLT: Unemployment dips to 10-year low

US unemployment drops to 10-year low of 4.4 percent in April as employers add 211,000 jobs, Labor Dept. announces.

The New York Times: U.S. Job Growth Bounces Back; Unemployment at 10-Year Low.

An impressive 211,000 jobs were added last month, bringing the three-month average up to 174,000. The unemployment rate was 4.4 percent, down from 4.5 percent in March and the lowest rate in more than 10 years. … The broadest measure of unemployment, which includes people who are working part time or have dropped out of the labor market, was down sharply, to 8.6 percent, from 8.9 percent. … Jason Furman, the chief economic adviser during the Obama administration: "The momentum in the job market is really impressive. I'm frankly surprised that this late into an expansion the economy is still adding jobs well above the steady-state pace."

 CNN's Dana Bash: "That Is A Wow Number" And "A Really Big Deal"

CNBC's Sara Eisen: Unemployment Hits "Lowest Level Since Before The Financial Crisis"

CNN's Christine Romans: "Strong" & "Solid" Jobs Report

CNBC Panel:  "Very Strong" Showing "The Market Is Well Positioned"

For highlightsRNC Research: Trump's Economy Continues To Create Jobs And Put Americans Back To Work


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OBAMACARE TAKES HIT: House OKs GOP health care bill

The House of Representatives narrowly approves the Republican health care bill to overhaul numerous ObamaCare provisions, sending it to the Senate.


Republican-Led Health Care Bill Has Passed

 By Cortney O'Brien

It wasn't pretty, but House Republicans have finally secured enough votes to pass the American Health Care Act.


SPENDING BILL PASSES: Ensures government to be funded through September

The Senate has passed the $1.1 trillion federal spending bill, ensuring the government will be funded through September. The vote was 79-18.

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RELIGIOUS LIBERTY ORDER: Trump eases IRS rule on houses of worship

President Trump has signed an executive order easing enforcement of an IRS rule that restricts political activity by tax-exempt religious organizations.

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President Trump Backs Little Sisters of the Poor, Tells Them 'Your Long Ordeal Will Soon Be Over'

By Lauretta Brown

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President Trump's First Trip Overseas Includes "Unifying" Visits to Israel, Vatican, and Saudi Arabia

By Justin Holcomb

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Sad: Election Loser Hillary Clinton Can't Stop Whining and Scapegoating

By Guy Benson

Hillary Clinton lost the presidency because voters didn't like her, voters didn't trust her, voters sniffed a strong whiff of corruption about her, and voters wanted change.

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Two Former Obama Officials Criticize Hillary's Excuses For Losing

 By Katie Pavlich

In case you missed it earlier this week, former Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is "taking full responsibility" for her 2016 election loss by blaming everyone else, including sexist Americans and FBI Director James Comey.

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Comey: I Wouldn't Change My Decision to Announce Reopening of Clinton Investigation Days Before The Election

 By Katie Pavlich

Testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey said he would not change his decision to publicly announce the reopening of the criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton just days before the 2016 presidential election.

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