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Notes From Norm
22 June 2018
Note From Norm: The UN Poverty Attack On The US
Notes From Norm
7 June 2018
Note From Norm: Welcome Back Mitt Romney
The unemployment rate in the United States currently stands at about 4.8%.  Many economists consider that figure to be what is called “full employment”. The U.S. Federal Reserve considers full employment to take place somewhere around a 5% to 5.2% rate. So, how can it be that there are still nearly 7.8 million Americans not […]
Notes From Norm
29 May 2018
Republicans are strongly positioned to win Congress in November
The unemployment rate in the United States currently stands at about 4.8%.  Many economists consider that figure to be what is called “full employment”. The U.S. Federal Reserve considers full employment to take place somewhere around a 5% to 5.2% rate. So, how can it be that there are still nearly 7.8 million Americans not […]
Notes From Norm
18 May 2018
For Israel, today is one of real miracles
The unemployment rate in the United States currently stands at about 4.8%.  Many economists consider that figure to be what is called “full employment”. The U.S. Federal Reserve considers full employment to take place somewhere around a 5% to 5.2% rate. So, how can it be that there are still nearly 7.8 million Americans not […]
Notes From Norm
3 May 2018
Note From Norm: Nancy Pelosi The Democratic Gift That Keeps On Giving
Notes From Norm
17 April 2018
Note From Norm: Win the War Against Poverty with a different battle plan
Notes From Norm
12 April 2018
Note From Norm: So Paul Ryan
Notes From Norm
9 March 2018
Note from Norm: Leaders May Change But Our Relationship Stays The Same
Notes From Norm
13 February 2018
Note from Norm: The Wide Relaxed Smile of Evil