“It was another disappointing month for the Biden Administration concerning jobs,” Project 21 noted last week. “The November unemployment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics vastly underperformed economists’ expectations. Only 210,000 jobs were created – far below the predicted 573,000.”
Political outsider, successful business leader, and Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin today announced his Day One Game Plan, laying out the actions he will take on his first day in office toward achieving his vision of making Virginia the best place to live, work, and raise a family. “We have a lot we need to get done here in Virginia, and we need to start strong,” Youngkin said.
On Thursday, political outsider, successful business leader, and Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin delivered remarks outlining his plan for the Virginia budget surplus and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds.
Glenn outlined his plan in Richmond at the L. Douglas Wilder Library at Virginia Union University.
This past year, I’ve watched COVID attack every rung of the ladder that helped me up.
So many families have lost parents and grandparents too early. So many small businesses have gone under. Becoming a Christian transformed my life — but for months, too many churches were shut down.
Most of all, I am saddened that millions of kids have lost a year of learning when they could not afford to lose a day.
Aliscia Andrews, the Republican nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 10th District, joined Fox & Friends Thursday morning to discuss “the suburban mom vote.” Andrews listed public safety, job growth and education as the biggest issues for suburban women this year. “It’s so important that we show families they can be safe in America and we can thrive in America again,” Andrews said. “That’s what people are really looking for specifically in VA-10.”
The U.S. labor market continues to build on its impressive gains over the past three years of the Trump Administration. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly Employment Situation release, nonfarm payroll employment increased by 273,000 in February
In 2016, President Trump asked African Americans, ‘What do you have to lose?’ Since his election, the black community has seen unprecedented growth and prosperity,” Rob Smith (“America’s favorite black, gay Republican”) notes in a video commentary
The labor force remains tight, wages are rising, and people are coming off the sidelines to find work, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) monthly Employment Situation Report. Highlights from the report include: the unemployment rate remained at 3.5 percent, matching the lowest rate since May 1969