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From the monthly archives:

November 2010

Without jobless aid, economy could suffer – Houston Chronicle

New York Daily News Without jobless aid, economy could sufferHouston ChronicleWASHINGTON — If Congress lets unemployment benefits expire this week for the long-term unemployed, they won't be the only ones to feel the pain. The overall economy would suffer, too. Unemployment benefits help drive the economy …Unemployment Benefits Expire After Extension Bid Fails in SenateABC […]

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Edgepkr PK Video 3 – Ft. #Pkersinc, hybriding, VLS, DDS, BH and PvP worlds

Hey everyone, This is X Edgepkr X/Hi Im Edge/JailBaitOwn’s PK video that I edited for him. Has lots of amazing combos and specs, and some top hybriding. I edited it in Vegas 9.0, and I have permission to upload it for him. The songs are in the video; enjoy. FileFront DL/Stream Links: High Definition: www.filefront.com […]

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Mexico City passes law to allow surrogate mothers – Washington Post

Mexico City passes law to allow surrogate mothersWashington PostThe law also says a woman can be a surrogate mother no more than twice and she can't charge for it. Mexico City lawmaker Maricela Contreras, who promoted …and more » View full post on law – Google News

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China’s Manufacturing Growth Accelerates, PMI Shows – Bloomberg

Washington Post China's Manufacturing Growth Accelerates, PMI ShowsBloombergBy Bloomberg News – Wed Dec 01 04:13:11 GMT 2010 Workers assemble air conditioners at the Gree Electric Appliances factory in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, China. Photographer: Forbes Conrad/Bloomberg Workers on the production lines at the Gree Electric …India's manufacturing activity gains in NovemberMarketWatchManufacturing data shows Asian divideFinancial TimesRussian […]

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Arizona’s immigration law costs state a bundle – San Francisco Chronicle

Arizona's immigration law costs state a bundleSan Francisco ChronicleAccording to a recent report by the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, the immigration law has cost the state as much as $141 million in …GOP lawmakers: We're not bound by transport lawBusinessWeekOUR VIEW: Immigration law would impoverish Colorado (vote on it here)Colorado Springs […]

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Before Business Leaders, Bernanke Discusses Unemployment’s Toll on Americans – New York Times

Moneycontrol.com Before Business Leaders, Bernanke Discusses Unemployment's Toll on AmericansNew York TimesCOLUMBUS, Ohio — The Federal Reserve chairman, Ben S. Bernanke, found some respite on Tuesday from the second-guessing the central bank has faced since it announced a $600 billion effort to stimulate the slow recovery. …Bernanke Warns on Long-Term JoblessnessABC NewsBernanke Tells Executives He's […]

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The Statler Brothers – Class of ’57

PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads between multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948’s oldies classics. LINK: tinyurl.com Named after a brand of tissues, the four members of the Statler Brothers did not in fact share a fraternal bond; what they did […]

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Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!, its raining Jobs, Hallelujah(Booya) – VISIONVICTORYMANIFESTO.COM

Get cutting edge information at www.FutureMoneyTrends.com Do you even have a clue? By VisionVictorymanifesto.com http People are giving up, but that = 10% unemployment, Booya finance.yahoo.com Economy getting worse www.marketwatch.com

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Web-Traffic Spat Over Netflix Highlights New Tensions – Wall Street Journal

New York Times (blog) Web-Traffic Spat Over Netflix Highlights New TensionsWall Street JournalUS regulators are looking into a dispute between two large companies that shuttle traffic around the Internet, a business invisible to most consumers but increasingly fraught with tension. The issue gets to the heart …Comcast Shares Remain Steady Under Pressure from FCCDailyFinanceFCC Looks […]

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Roubini:`Panic’ May Force Market Shutdown P1

Oct. 23 (Bloomberg) — Hundreds of hedge funds will fail and policy makers may need to shut financial markets for a week or more as the crisis forces investors to dump assets, New York University Professor Nouriel Roubini said. “We’ve reached a situation of sheer panic,” Roubini, who predicted the financial crisis in 2006, told […]

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