Goldman Sachs says blue-collar and middle-class wages jumped by four percent in the last 12 months — after discounting inflation — and are likely to keep growing in President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economy.
President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” policy pushed Americans’ wages up by 3.4 percent in the last 12 months, according to employment data released March 8.
The migrant inflow may reach 100,000 people in March, according to the Washington Post, as Democrats, business-first Republicans, progressive judges, and cartels hold open U.S. borders.
President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economic policy is forcing companies to pay higher wages to U.S. workers and also to buy the labor-saving machinery which will allow American workers to produce more value in less time.
Officials at the Department of State are trying to decide whether to help Venezuela’s socialist regime by allowing opponents to get sanctuary in Florida’s real estate and job markets.
Democratic leaders directed their deputies on the 2019 border-security panel to hide their negotiating victories from President Donald Trump, according to the Washington Post.
Americans who switched jobs gained wage increases of 4.6 percent in the 12 months leading up to January 2018, according to a report in Bloomberg News.
President Donald Trump appears ready to ditch his Inauguration Day promise of a “Hire American” economic policy — even though thousands of auto workers are being laid off, millions of Americans do not have jobs, and many millions of Americans cannot get better-paying jobs.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Silicon Valley investors are uniting with the Koch brothers’ consumer and industrial investors to demand a huge DACA amnesty by February 15.
The GOP establishment’s champion in the 2016 primaries, Jeb Bush, is praising President Donald Trump’s upgrade to the H-1B outsourcing program.