The Week in Review: Jobs Report, China Fights Inflation, Paper Jobs in Maine, and More
The August Jobs Report was terrible. And it looks like we’re slipping back into a recession...
Congress needs to compromise and put Americans back to work.
In good news, Karen Kane is bringing back some clothing manufacturing jobs to the U.S.
After creating their own inflation, Beijing is looking to fight back (against themselves).
The Department of Defense is building a bridge in Alaska using Chinese-made steel.
Paper industry jobs in Maine may be on an upturn.
Do we need to make things in this country? Yes, without a doubt.
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