Dan Crenshaw, Mocked On ‘SNL,’ Wins House Race In Texas

Dan Crenshaw, Mocked On ‘SNL,’ Wins House Race In Texas By Shauli Bar-On Last updated Nov 7, 2018   Dan Crenshaw, the veteran who lost an eye from an IED blast in Afghanistan and whose appearance was ridiculed on “Saturday Night Live” last weekend, has won his House race for Texas’ 2nd Congressional District. In his victory speech Tuesday night, he … Continue reading Dan Crenshaw, Mocked On ‘SNL,’ Wins House Race In Texas

Ratio Of Unemployed Americans To Available Jobs Hits Record Low

Ratio Of Unemployed Americans To Available Jobs Hits Record Low By Shauli Bar-On Last updated Nov 7, 2018     The ratio of unemployed Americans compared to the number of available jobs has hit a record low, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Tuesday. The data reported in the Bureau’s Job Opening and Labor Turnover Survey, which boasts the record-low ratio, … Continue reading Ratio Of Unemployed Americans To Available Jobs Hits Record Low

Trudeau Denies Trump’s Tariffs Played A Role In Trade Negotiations

Trudeau Denies Trump’s Tariffs Played A Role In Trade Negotiations By Shauli Bar-On Last updated Nov 7, 2018   Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denied claims that United States-imposed tariffs contributed to his decision to sign a new North American trade agreement in an interview Monday with CNN’s Poppy Harlow. “Did tariffs force Canada’s hand here?” Harlow asked. “On the contrary, … Continue reading Trudeau Denies Trump’s Tariffs Played A Role In Trade Negotiations