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domingo, 14 de enero de 2018
OPEN YOUR MIND :: Resolute Reads
REAL NEWS PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO MISS
This week on Capitol Hill, Jon Anfinson, President of Local 2366 of the National Border Patrol Council, testified to lawmakers that under President Obama, “morale was probably about as low as it could get” among border patrol agents. “I think part of the improvement has been that we have an administration that clearly supports what we do.”
This week, Toyota Motor Corp and Mazda Motor Corp announced that they will build a $1.6 billion joint assembly plant in Alabama. This plant will employ up to 4,000 workers and will produce 300,000 vehicles a year. The President tweeted about the news, congratulating Alabama and saying “companies are coming back to the U.S. in a very big way.”
Yesterday, the National Retail Federation released new data showing that holiday retail sales the final two months of 2017 exceeded forecasts, showing the strongest gain since the Great Recession. The Federation credited this increase to growing wages, stronger employment, and higher consumer confidence.
An editorial in The Washington Times slams those who claimed that President Donald J. Trump’s tax reform efforts would end in doom and gloom, citing myriad ways that tax cuts have already hit home for American workers, including raises, bonuses, and improved family policies. “’Are you better off than you were two years ago?’ For many [workers], the answer is obvious.”
The latest polling shows that Americans’ optimism about the U.S. job market hit record highs in 2017—“a sharp increase” from 2016. “Coinciding with rising optimism, the U.S. unemployment rate fell from an average 4.9% in 2016 to 4.4% in 2017, the lowest rate since 2000,” Gallup News reports.
As part of the President’s “Buy American” initiatives, the Trump Administration is looking to “streamline the weapons export process and speed up the pace of deals” for overseas sales of weapons. American arms manufacturers believe these changes will “even the playing field with their less regulated foreign competitors and result in billions of dollars in new deals.”
ver historia personal en: www.cerasale.com.ar [dado de baja por la Cancillería Argentina por temas políticos, propio de la censura que rige en nuestro medio]//
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