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  1. Doulos commented on Nick Anderson 3 days ago

    Well said. . It is correct that numbers don’t always tell the full story. Just quoting selective figures, although from the truth, can be very misleading, and in a politician’s hands, very deceptive. .Prageru.com has a great little video explaining it. In brief, it says, if a person decides to no longer work, they don’t get counted as unemployed. If there were 10 unemployed people and 5 of them decide to stop working, the unemployment rate would be reported as having gone down 5%. You have to look at the labor participation rate as well, and not just the unemployment rate. In fact, the labor participation rate is what tells the real story. But, not many politicians will be sharing that figure. .https://www.prageru.com/courses/economics/unemployment-rate-lying-you

    As for why companies have been leaving the US in droves, it was politicians that encouraged jobs to move overseas because of the tax inversions and double taxation.

  2. Doulos commented on Michael Ramirez 6 days ago

    Thank you for your service.

  3. Doulos commented on Michael Ramirez 7 days ago

    It’s my opinion that most flag burners are more concerned in making a statement than making a difference. To make a difference is much more work, it’s harder, and takes more sacrifice. Burning the flag is more like flipping someone off. It’s offensive and the visual shock value is easy and cheap. To actually swallow one’s pride and try to reach over the table with real solutions to solve an issue is much harder and time consuming. Even though the act of burning a flag is protected as being free speech, the intentions to burn a flag by way of hate, is in many ways tantamount to inciting a revolution. It’s an act of a last result with no other options but to say, all else has failed, I’m drawing a line in the sand to start over. Sadly, apart from a few vets, I doubt present day flag burners have done much of anything to change what they are dissatisfied with. It’s just easier to burn a flag. Their fools.

  4. Doulos commented on Steve Breen 21 days ago

    Correct… PragerU explains it well. Too bad it’s only a problem when it doesn’t work the way you want it to. .https://www.prageru.com/courses/political-science/popular-vote-vs-electoral-college

  5. Doulos commented on Michael Ramirez 22 days ago

    Amen

  6. Doulos commented on Michael Ramirez 26 days ago

    Trump was a ratings rich subject with all the stuff that was spewing out of his mouth. It was almost how could you not cover it.. It may have been free coverage, but it was also mostly negative coverage… not that that was hard to do. The left biased media tried to paint the picture of Trump and the Republican party as being so ridiculous that the only clear choice was Hillary. Both may have seen the coverage as a win-win, but some political analyst are now claiming that the media was the real strength behind getting Trump elected. Backfire… fail.

  7. Doulos commented on Michael Ramirez 27 days ago

    These are some of the 100 reasons why Americans voted against Hillary: http://www.mostdamagingwikileaks.com

  8. Doulos commented on Glenn McCoy 27 days ago

    I don’t agree with sore winners and think as far as it is up to me to be at peace with all men without sacrificing my integrity. But, if what you are saying should stop, shouldn’t those on the left also stop… like stop blaming Bush for the past 8 years?

  9. Doulos commented on Clay Bennett 27 days ago

    Well said

  10. Doulos commented on Clay Bennett 27 days ago

    Sounds like you condone anything the protesters might do to Trump’s property.