While the liberal media obsesses over ridiculous stories like the Stormy Daniels nonsense, Trump is delivering on his promises to put America back to work. In fact, jobless claims haven’t been this low since the early 1970’s.
Booming: Jobless Claims Hit Lowest Level Since the Nixon Administration
Tax reform may not be generating the drumbeat of positive headlines that it once was, but the progress and successes it has created continue to pile up. Walgreens has affirmed a $100 million investment in raising employees’ wages thanks to the GOP-passed law, as McDonald’s unveils new education benefits, also to the tune of nine figures, for its workers. Meanwhile, House Speaker Paul Ryan is touting the decision of a smaller Maryland-based company that he visited last fall to offer tax reform bonuses of up to $1,000.
More than four million US workers have received such bonuses from their employers thus far, in addition to the rollout of other enhanced worker benefits and major investments from coast to coast. Oh, and the overwhelming majority of all taxpayers are receiving a tax cut because of the law, much to the surprise of many who bought into critics’ false rhetoric and absurd predictions. Tax reform has become popular because Americans’ realities have far exceeded Democratic doomsaying.
They cite this tidbit:
The rate of layoffs in the U.S. fell again in late March and dropped to the lowest level since 1973. Initial U.S. jobless claims declined by 12,000 to 215,000 in the seven days ended March 24, the government said Thursday.
Meanwhile, CNN and MSNBC are transfixed by non-news that isn’t important to the American people.
Jobs and the economy are real issues that count.