Researchers at Goldman Sachs found that employment in the healthcare and social assistance sectors saw a marked increase after parts of Obamacare went into effect in 2012. The authors of the study concluded that for every one-percentage -- point increase in medical coverage, healthcare employment increased 0.45%. Based on the 5.4% increase in coverage nationwide since the law took hold, they estimated that it was responsible for about 500,000 new jobs. That represents 40% of the sector's job growth during that period. This new report is part of a growing body of research that suggests more federal spending on healthcare is actually a boon to the job market, contrary to what some of Obamacare's critics have asserted.
Two morons in suburban Michigan, wanting to file a complaint after being pulled over an hour before, arrived at a Dearborn, Michigan police station bearing rifles, handguns, body armor and cameras to live-stream their visit. The police were not amused. The two dimwits discovered the police were not amused, yet both survived... read more
Donald Trump's estimate to build his border wall is far below figures estimated by the Engineers at MIT. And the MIT estimate doesn't include land costs and the expense to obtain that land. read more