Take a few minutes and watch Vice President Biden address the issues weighing on working families and the burden they have during this crisis.
Rick Scott loved to brag about low unemployment numbers, so he just prevented Floridians from being able to apply for benefits. How's that working out for his Republican Party now? "It's a sh*t sandwich," says one GOP adviser.
Neil Cavuto was unimpressed with Steven Mnuchin's high-handed spin on the unemployment numbers.
Trump's Labor Department is asking states not to give any numbers until the official report comes out, because the financial markets will see and it will be bad.
For instance, unemployment figures don't count people with a part-time job looking for full-time work.
Bill O'Reilly lets his stupid flag fly again.
Why create jobs when you can shame the poor?
Instead, the Congress will focus on how much to squeeze federal spending, and whether to shut down the government in the fight over Planned Parenthood.
Sorry, Jeb Bush. President Obama has created six times as many jobs as your brother did.
They have an amazing ability to state the obvious, don't they?