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Historic Number of Workers Quit Jobs to Become Their Own Bosses Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

A historic number of workers have become their own bosses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (pdf).

Nurses, Hospital Officials: Treatment Of Kids Injured In Waukesha Car Attack Being Hampered By Vaccine Mandate

“We just don’t have enough people and [supervisors] were frantically calling in everyone they could, but it wasn’t enough.”

Record 4.4 Million People Quit Their Jobs in September

In August, 4.3 million people — a record number — quit their jobs for a variety of reasons. It was believed that once the labor market began to settle down after the disruptions caused by the pandemic those numbers would ease and the demand for work would catch up with the supply of jobs.

Managers at One of the World’s Largest Investment Firms, State Street Global Advisors, Will Need Permission to Hire White Males

One of the largest and most profitable firms in the world will now require that managers get permission to hire white males in the company.

Florida ‘Actively Recruiting’ Police Officers From Other States, Plans to Give $5,000 Bonuses: DeSantis

Florida officials are openly recruiting law enforcement officers from other states, including states that have imposed COVID-19 vaccine requirements, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Sunday.

Democratic cities that sought to defund police reverse course amid rising crime, cop shortages

Some Democratic cities that once sought to defund their police departments are now reversing course — some by their own volition, some under pressure from Republican governors or citizen-led initiatives.

Business Activity Growth Slows While Labor Cost Inflation Hits Record High: Chicago Fed

A new report from the Chicago Federal Reserve on business conditions in the central bank’s seventh district paints a picture of slowing growth and historically high price pressures, with labor cost inflation at a record high.

Patriotism fueled military enlistment after 9/11, remains strong 20 years later

Army Sgt. Maj. Michael Carter clearly remembers the horrific scenes of the flame-filled Twin Towers imploding against the New York City skyline.

Economy falls well short of expectations with 235,000 jobs added in August amid delta surge

The economy fell far short of predictions and added just 235,000 new jobs in August as the delta variant of COVID-19 surged.

Second DHS Whistleblower Says ‘Cultural War’ Taking Place Within Agency, Officials Incentivized To Admit As Many Migrants As Possible

"There is a cultural war going on between the conservatives and the people who like open borders, and it’s been going on for years. The conservatives are losing," says insider.

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