Obama lawyer will be special council. AG Garland named a special council to investigate the Biden Cartel. What doesn’t make sense is that Garland firs said that a special prosecutor wasn’t needed because Weiss had powers to follow the evidence.
Remember that this is a former Obama stooge. Also he was recommend by the two Delaware Democrat Senators.
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One of the snitches from the Obama days snitched on Joe. It’s being reported that one of the informants who’s been used during the Obama days is the one who spilled the beans on Joe.
The individual behind the information that then-Vice President Joe Biden was involved in a criminal bribery scheme with a foreign national is a “highly credible” FBI confidential human source who has been used by the bureau in multiple investigative matters dating back to the Obama administration, Fox News Digital has learned.
The information in the FD-1023 form, according to the whistleblower, reveals “a precise description of how the alleged criminal scheme was employed as well as its purpose” and details an arrangement involving an exchange of money for policy decisions.
But the far left extremists are claiming this was intel provided by Rudy and the Ukrainians. And even AG Barr dismissed it.
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What happened at SVB? Will this be Biden’s Waterloo? I find it amusing that the left is now using their old stand by. Things went wrong so it must be Trumps fault. First we had a run on SVB. 40 BILLION in withdrawals in one day would bring down most banks. Also the Fed stopped doing the stress tests on banks in 2018. And it’s coming out that this bank as of late has been mismanaged.
Who was the Fed chief in 2018? If you guessed Powell, you’re correct. Same guy who’s raising these interest rates and caused the inflation to continue. And of course Biden reappointed Powell after Trump admitted he made a mistake appointing Powell in 2018.
Alt estimated that rate increases have “effectively wiped out approximately 28% of all the capital in the banking industry as of the end of 2022.”
Under the Obama- Biden administration, hundreds of banks failed. Is this a repeat of past performance? We have had I believe six banks that have ben shut down. This isn’t over and let’s see how this administration handles things. See the chart below.
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We saw the sucking sound of Jobs start under the second Bush. Gave Tax credits to American companies that created jobs. Only problem was that the companies created them overseas and off shore.
Obama really picked up on that. The job loss was huge. Progressives jumped on Trump when GM announced the final closing of several plants including one in my back yard. But under my Congressman Tim Ryan the area lost 25,000 manufacturing jobs during his tenure.
EmploymentEffects A large body of literature addresses the impact of trade and trade policy shocks on levels of employment across geographic regions, industries, and workers. Much of this literature has documented that increased U.S. imports from low–wage economies reduce domestic employment inimport–competing industries. Research broadly finds that U.S. workers in import–competing industries experienced significantly higher rates of unemployment or underemployment, transition to different industries or occupations, or exit from the labor force.The effects of exports on employmentremainslargely underresearched,butexisting studiessuggest that exporting may positively impact employment outcomes.
•Employment effects across different education and skill levels: Existing research finds evidence that trade shocks have led to different employment outcomes for workers acrosseducation and skill levels. The literature is clear that increased offshoring and import competition from low– wage economies reduced employment for manufacturing workers commonly defined as low–skill. However, other dimensions, including effects of exports or services trade, remain relatively underresearched, with only a small number of studies.
•Employment effects by gender: Literature on the impact of trade on theemploymentandlabor force participation of men and women in the United States links trade exposure to the gender composition of the labor force in different industries, showing that men are more likely to work in import–competing firms that tend to contract with increased import competition. The literature shows inconclusive effects of trade liberalization on labor force participation by gender.
•Employment effects by race/ethnicity: Literature on the impact of trade on employment and labor force outcomes by race or ethnicity is limited and predominantly focuses on measuring impacts of imports on Black and Hispanic workers, but not other racial minority groups. The limited literature shows that, in the face of trade shocks, Black and other Nonwhite workers fare worse than their White counterparts.
Wage Effects A substantial body of research has documented the effects of various trade policy shocks on wages and income across different groups of workers. Researchers have found that wage andincome vary significantly depending on workers’ exposure to trade shocks, whether workers change occupations or industries in response to a shock, as well as worker characteristics such as educational attainment, gender, or race. •Wage effects across different education and skill levels: Several studies find that import competition–induced transitions between industries and occupations significantly reduce earnings for workers and these adverse wage effects are especially pronounced for non–college– educatedworkers or those previously employed in manufacturing jobs. Conversely, college– educated workers and non–production manufacturing workers such as managers experience lower or no wage or income loss following trade–induced employment transitions. •Wage effects by gender: Literature on the impact of trade on wages by gender suggests that the gender wage gap declines in the presence of import competition. This result is generally not due
Executive Summary United States International Trade Commission |19 to increases in wages of women but rather declines in wages of men who switch out of import– competing sectors. •Wage effects by race/ethnicity: Literature on the impact of trade on wages by race or ethnicity is limited and predominantly focused on measuring the impact of imports on Black and Hispanic workers, but not other minority groups. The limited literature suggests that import competition had a large and disproportionately negative effect on wages of minority
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Biden not only continues to use the cages, he goes one step further. He’s not only continuing to use the Obama cages, but now they’ve been renamed the Biden cages. Also Joe’s created tent cities and taken facilities that house hundreds and put thousands in those facilities.
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Joe said we would be world leaders in the building of Electric Vehicles. Part left out was that those metals used, would come from countries overseas. Joe’s friends in Canada, Australia, Brazil and others.
US mines and American workers would be left out of these good paying jobs. Why? Joe’s payback o the Environmental terrorist groups. According to Reuters, look what’s going on under Joe.
The U.S. government in April became the largest shareholder in mining investment firm TechMet, which controls a Brazilian nickel project, a Rwandan tungsten mine and is a major investor in a Canadian battery recycler.
Washington also funds research into Canadian cobalt projects and rare earths projects in Malawi, among other international investments.
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