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What Sequester? Unemployment Claims for Federal Workers Drop as D.C. Housing Values Reach “Highest Point in History”

Drik Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 6:38 AM
With modern communications and computer anywhere options, there is no reason for DC to be the only city to benfit from the trickle down of the politically connnected. They could be located all over the US, helping local economies and protecting the government from any concerrted attacks.

Amidst the rejoicing that “only” 346,000 “seasonally adjusted” people filed for unemployment benefits last week- that’s 353, 973 actual people without the seasonal adjustment- the government admits that in the latest weekly jobs report that fewer federal workers filed for unemployment claims this year than last.

The Department of Big Labor says that in 2012, during the same weekly period as reported this week, 1,159 federal employees filed for unemployment claims while this year only 1,139 federal employees filed for claims.

That’s some sequester, huh.

In fact, the Department of Big Labor admits that the number...