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FOX News Makes the News With a Front Row Seat!

Fox Gets Front-Row Seat in White House Press Room
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Hat Tip to ABC News!

But didn’t the leftist White House tout the fact that FOX News wasn’t true?

How’s the crow Mr. Gibbs?


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The “Obamanation” Continues the Lying Discourse Regarding Immigration, Arizona, and John Kyl

Which is more realistic – that Senator Kyl decided to go rogue at a small meeting with no professional news media in attendance or…

…that Obama lies again?

Logic dictates that since the administration wants to initiate a lawsuit against Arizona regarding Constitutional and State immigration laws and that the 1200 National Guard have never appeared as promised back in May, it tends to validate Senator John Kyl’s statement. No Matter How the White House Spins It!

Look at each man’s record of honesty and patriotism as well.

Senator John Kyl you make me smile 🙂 You are a Hero, Patriot and Statesman!

You are in excellent company as well:

Supreme Court Justice Alito~
Judge Alito correctly mouths, “Simply not true.”


Representative Joe Wilson~
Heckler At Obama Speech to Congress: ‘You Lie!’




White House tapes anyone? anyone?

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The Shifting of the Unemployment Numbers

I have to believe that somebody is shifting the unemployment numbers. Why has the Bureau of Labor Statistics at the United States Department of Labor, with the latest release on February 5, 2009, caused “Changes to the Employment Situation News Release on February 5, 2010“? The report, itself, is just as vacuous!

Let’s put some Truths out over liberal spin.

Google Graph provides All US unemployment rate via “Data source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics – Last updated February 3, 2010″ (?)

From the U.S. Census Bureau site:

According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, the resident population of the United States, projected to 02/06/10 at 05:09 UTC (EST+5) is

308,627,232

COMPONENT SETTINGS FOR FEBRUARY 2010

	One birth every..................................   7 seconds
	One death every..................................  11 seconds
	One international migrant (net) every............  34 seconds
	Net gain of one person every.....................  13 seconds

Courtesy of the guardian.co.uk

US food stamps set ever-higher record-32.8 million
Per CensusScope and with respect to the last 2 Census population percentage by age results:

Age Distribution by Sex, 2000
Male Female
Number Percent Number Percent
Total Population 138,053,563 49.06% 143,368,343 50.94%
0-4 9,810,733 3.49% 9,365,065 3.33%
5-9 10,523,277 3.74% 10,026,228 3.56%
10-14 10,520,197 3.74% 10,007,875 3.56%
15-19 10,391,004 3.69% 9,828,886 3.49%
20-24 9,687,814 3.44% 9,276,187 3.30%
25-29 9,798,760 3.48% 9,582,576 3.41%
30-34 10,321,769 3.67% 10,188,619 3.62%
35-39 11,318,696 4.02% 11,387,968 4.05%
40-44 11,129,102 3.95% 11,312,761 4.02%
45-49 9,889,506 3.51% 10,202,898 3.63%
50-54 8,607,724 3.06% 8,977,824 3.19%
55-59 6,508,729 2.31% 6,960,508 2.47%
60-64 5,136,627 1.83% 5,668,820 2.01%
65-69 4,400,362 1.56% 5,133,183 1.82%
70-74 3,902,912 1.39% 4,954,529 1.76%
75-79 3,044,456 1.08% 4,371,357 1.55%
80-84 1,834,897 0.65% 3,110,470 1.11%
85+ 1,226,998 0.44% 3,012,589 1.07%
Age Distribution by Sex, 1990
Male Female
Number Percent Number Percent
Total Population 121,239,418 48.75% 127,470,455 51.25%
0-4 9,392,409 3.78% 8,962,034 3.60%
5-9 9,262,527 3.72% 8,836,652 3.55%
10-14 8,767,167 3.53% 8,347,082 3.36%
15-19 9,102,698 3.66% 8,651,317 3.48%
20-24 9,675,596 3.89% 9,344,716 3.76%
25-29 10,695,936 4.30% 10,617,109 4.27%
30-34 10,876,933 4.37% 10,985,954 4.42%
35-39 9,902,243 3.98% 10,060,874 4.05%
40-44 8,691,984 3.49% 8,923,802 3.59%
45-49 6,810,597 2.74% 7,061,976 2.84%
50-54 5,514,738 2.22% 5,835,775 2.35%
55-59 5,034,370 2.02% 5,497,386 2.21%
60-64 4,947,047 1.99% 5,669,120 2.28%
65-69 4,532,307 1.82% 5,579,428 2.24%
70-74 3,409,306 1.37% 4,585,517 1.84%
75-79 2,399,768 0.96% 3,721,601 1.50%
80-84 1,366,094 0.55% 2,567,645 1.03%
85+ 857,698 0.34% 2,222,467 0.89%

Source: Census 2000 analyzed by the Social Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN

Now if you do the math, it just doesn’t add up, but it does increase the percentage of unemployed. I wonder when the truth will come out? Or as someone emailed me today:

…Sent: Fri, Feb 5, 2010 9:24 am

THESE STATEMENTS WERE MADE IN US BUSINESS WEEK TODAY. HOW CAN THEY MATHEMATICALLY ADD UP?

The government’s survey of households showed employment increased by 541,000 workers last month and the number of people in the labor force rose. The gain brought the participation rate, or the share of the population in the labor force, up to 64.7 percent in January from 64.6 percent

Labor Department said the jobless rate slipped to 9.7 percent, FROM 10% the lowest since August.

THEN, REUTERS STATES:

“What is throwing people off is probably the 9.7 percent unemployment rate — the drop in the unemployment rate –, which is positive but is not coming from new jobs created its coming from people dropping out of the work force.
“It’s a series of conflicting data … The positive take is basically it wasn’t a total disaster, but the flip side of it is you’re not seeing a recovery.”…”