I think this man's friend speaks for us all.
The not-too-bright Fox and Friends host says a stupid thing, again.
Candace Owens, whose only big issue with Adolf Hitler was that he took his brand of nationalism out of Germany, is unemployed, largely due to those comments.
I hate it when a drunken rabbit makes more sense than the New York Times.
Watch: There are roughly 28 million Americans who can't find a job or have given up looking. Many more than that are suffering. And I just want to remind everyone, it's not your fault.
Only on Fox would unemployment insurance be presented as "cruel" because it “deters” workers from getting hired at low-paying jobs.
I know 11,000 people who aren’t too excited about these “transformations.” Citigroup announced that it will absorb a tax charge of $1 billion for the quarter and eliminate about 11,000 jobs. The third-biggest U.S. banks CEO said that
According to the Organization United for Respect at Walmart, 1,000 protests occurred at Wal-Mart stores across 46 states, with hundreds of workers walking off the job in an unprecedented decentralized, open-source strike at the retail giant.
This is a call to unemployed and precarious people, workers, retired, students, undocumented migrants, homeless… Let us all demonstrate together on the same day all over Europe against poverty-inducing policies in order to build transnational solidarity and to move forward in the convergence of our various movements.
Joe Whitley, like his father before him, worked at the same Kansas City steel company for 29 years before losing his job and health benefits when it filed bankruptcy. Romney and Bain... "They used us just like we were the scrap steel
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