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Analyst: Ohio jobs recovery even slowly than previously thought

March 11, 2013

Economic Research Analyst George Zeller said there were large downward revisions to previously released job figures for 2011 and 2012 which means Ohio’s recovery is even slower than he previously......

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Mar-11-13 8:47 AM

High energy costs=moving to warmer regions High labor cost= moving to right to work states.

We have to get the cost of energy down if we are going to recover. We can do that by using coal and nuclear to make electricity. Leave the natural gas for home heating and manufacturing that can't use coal. We have to keep the demand for natural gas low or it will never be inexpensive to use. Windfalls for the government for leases will be paid for by the consumer so keep these fees within reason.

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Mar-12-13 6:45 AM

"The presstitute media attributed the drop in the headline unemployment rate (U3) to 7.7 percent from 7.9 percent to the happy jobs report. But Rex Nutting at Market Watch says that the unemployment rate fell because 130,000 unemployed people who have been unable to find a job and became discouraged were dropped out of the U3 measure of unemployment. The official U6 measure, which counts some discouraged workers, shows an unemployment rate of 14.3 percent. Statistician John Williams’ measure, which counts all discouraged workers (people who have ceased looking for a job), is 23 percent."

Wow, the gubment is trying to mislead us? Imagine that!

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Mar-12-13 6:45 AM

"In a recent communication, statistician John Williams (shadowstats****) reports that the rigged official annual rate of consumer inflation (CPI) of 1.6 percent is in fact, as measured by the official U.S. government methodology of 1990, 9.2 percent. In other words, the rate of inflation is 5.75 times greater than the reported rate. If Williams is correct, the interest rate on bonds is extremely negative."

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