Elizabeth I of England:
Sir Walter Raleigh would no doubt agree.
Roy Edroso explains how Cliven Bundy is standing on a principle:
Jobless claims increased by 2,000 to 304,000 in the week ended April 12 from a revised 302,000 the prior period that was the lowest since September 2007, a Labor Department report showed today in Washington.
The four-week average of claims, a less-volatile measure than the weekly figure, dropped to 312,000, the lowest since October 2007, from 316,750 the week before.
Claims may be in for some bigger swings in coming weeks as the Easter holiday, which varies from year to year, can complicate the adjustment of claims data for seasonal variations.
The number of people continuing to receive jobless benefits declined by 11,000 to 2.74 million in the week ended April 5, the fewest since December 2007.
When I have to fly somewhere, I do everything I can to avoid
Allegheny Airline U. S. Air U. S. Airways, because, call it what you may, it’s still Agony Airlines.
Turns out, they can’t ever twit properly.