According to The New York Times (and Yamhill, OR native) Nicholas Kristof, 18% of university social scientists are self identified Marxists. And you wonder why little Sean and darling Brittany came home for Christmas (oops- we meant “Winter”) Break with all those nutty ideas?
“According to a 2011 Government Accountability Office study, ‘little is known about the effectiveness of (federal) employment and training programs.’ Other studies have come to similar conclusions.” – Chris Edwards, writing in USA Today
“The net jobs numbers were revised down for March and April by 59,000, and the average job creation across the last three months is 116,000. That’s a significant decline from the 200,000-plus average of the last few years.” – The Wall Street Journal, June 4, 2016
According to Joe Rago, writing in The Wall Street Journal, auditors at the Government Accounting Office found that there are 45 federal programs providing money for child care for kids between one and five years old.
This is the first time in 85 years that the U.S. has gone ten straight years without three percent growth in Gross Domestic Product.
Currently employers must fill out a federal EEO-1form, which yields information on their employees. It has 140 data points. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission plans to replace it with a form containing 3,360 data points. What law do you think they’re using to justify it? The Paperwork Reduction Act! Only in government!
“According to data compiled by the Higher Education Research Institute, only 12% of university faculty identify as politically right of center, and these are mainly professors in schools of engineering and other professional schools. Only 5% of professors in the humanities and social-science departments so identify.”
According to Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), the National Institutes of Health spent $5 million tax dollars to throw parties at bars and nightclubs, highlighted by indie rock bands and DJ’s to get “hipsters” to “take a stand against tobacco corporations.”
– Nathan Nascimento, Health-care policy director, Freedom Partners