Future so dark you better bring a flashlight

From Money Magazine:

The Most Pessimistic Workers Live in This State

Ah. New Jersey. The Garden State. Home to Bruce Springsteen, Gov. Chris Christie, and the most pessimistic population of workers in these United States. That is, according to a new report by PayScale, in which we surveyed over 425,000 workers to find out where the most pessimistic workers are. Let’s dig into the data and see if we can understand why New Jersey workers are feeling so down in the dumps about their employers.

hat’s Up With the Pessimism in New Jersey?

In our survey, we asked respondents how strongly they agreed with the following statement: “I am confident my employer has a bright future.” More New Jersey workers voted “strongly disagree” than any other state. Although we don’t have any data to support exactly why NJ workers feel so down, here are some possible and completely unscientific potential explanations:

New Jersey’s Economy Has Been (and Still Is) Tanking

“…New Jersey remains a lost soul in the nation: It is one of just three states that saw more people falling into poverty than rising above it,” writes Michael L. Diamond at Asbury Park Press.

The state’s job growth rate is the second lowest in the nation, just above Alaska, Diamond notes, citing a report that found that New Jersey added just 558 jobs per month on average between August 2013 and August 2014.

Many Long-Time New Jersey Employers Have Left the State

High corporate taxes and a relatively high cost of living mean trying economic conditions for New Jersey employers. Many have recently departed for easier environments. Some of the latest large-sized companies to make the move include Hertz and Mercedes Benz.

People Are Fleeing New Jersey Faster Than Any Other State

According to NJ.com, more than two million people left New Jersey between 2005 and 2014. In 2013, the country led the nation in outbound moves; of the total number of moves, 63.5 percent were outbound, while 36.5 percent were inbound.

Bottom Line

While we can’t say for sure why more New Jersey workers feel pessimistic about their employers’ future, the combination of slow job growth, a tough business environment, and a high cost of living can’t boost their optimism. Given the facts, it would be hard for many workers to say that they felt their employers had a bright future.

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84 Responses to Future so dark you better bring a flashlight

  1. grim says:

    Now get off the ledge and read this one:

    The Future is still Bright!

    Fantastic post from Calculated Risk.

  2. grim says:

    Interesting piece from Bloomberg – you don’t “build” affordable housing:

    Why It’s So Hard to Build Affordable Housing: It’s Not Affordable

    A real estate developer wanted to increase affordable housing in Denver, trying to make fiscal sense out of a plan to build rental apartments for people making only 30 percent of the area’s median income—the kind of housing America desperately needs. He discovered that, no matter what lever he moved or compromise he made, he was going to need some money from the government to make it work. Then he was going to need some more.

    Almost one in four U.S. renters spends more on housing than they can afford, according to a report in June from Harvard University‘s Joint Center for Housing Studies—and the problem gets worse at the lower end of the income spectrum. About 10 million renter households earn 30 percent or less of the area median income, accounting for a quarter of the renter population. The U.S. would need to add more than 7 million cheap apartments to meet demand from such extremely low-income renters, according to a recent report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition.

    “If we want to prioritize closing the gap for low-income households, we’re going to need more funding from public subsidy,” said Erika Poethig, director of urban policy initiatives at the Urban Institute, which published an online simulator Tuesday for the purpose of illustrating the challenges to building new affordable housing. Our Denver developer above is fictional, but he’s an illustration of what that simulator churns out: No matter how you slice it, creating the affordable housing needed today probably requires government help.

    There’s also another way to create housing for the poorest renters, which is to build housing for higher wage-earners, freeing up older, lesser-quality units through a process called filtering.

    “It’s not always politically attractive, because you’re talking about housing that has deteriorated a bit,” said Reihan Salam, policy fellow at the National Review Institute. “That’s basically how housing markets have always worked.”

  3. grim says:

    Here’s another Bloomberg piece on the “filtering” concept:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-05-18/want-cheap-rents-build-expensive-housing-then-wait

    Cities stop growing when you stop building high-priced housing.

  4. D-FENS says:

    Still about six years

    The Original NJ ExPat says:
    July 25, 2016 at 4:35 pm
    How long do automotive batteries last these days? In our 2002 Mazda I couldn’t believe that the original battery lasted 7.5 years. Our second battery (Sears DieHard) lasted 1 year(replaced for free). The one I replaced today(Also DieHard) lasted 6 years.

  5. D-FENS says:

    @iowahawkblog 13h13 hours ago
    Russian email hack must come as a deep disappointment to Hillary, what with her lifelong crusade against foreign influence in US elections

  6. Ottoman says:

    Are you trying to tell us that Hoboken is now affordable to the poor because of its decades of hyper gentrification?

    “There’s also another way to create housing for the poorest renters, which is to build housing for higher wage-earners, freeing up older, lesser-quality units through a process called filtering.”

  7. Fast Eddie says:

    The Russians sent a message with the hacked DNC emails, effectively saying we having everything from Hillary’s private server.

  8. Fast Eddie says:

    Have

  9. Fabius Maximus says:

    If anyone wants a deep dive into the DNC hack.
    http://motherboard.vice.com/read/all-signs-point-to-russia-being-behind-the-dnc-hack

    Interesting is the data manipulation aspect. Hack, change or add data and release. That’s new.

  10. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Opening article…..said it once, will say it again, nj is not dying. No reason to be so pessimistic.

  11. Fabius Maximus says:

    First sign of battery trouble and I drop in an Optima yellow top. You pay a bit more, but they are worth it. Some import cars, (like my Prius) have a bespoke battery and you need a converter for the different post sizes. But it still works out cheaper than the dealer prices.

  12. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Thank you, for posting this. Right on pt with what I have been saying all along. Housing going to rip in the 2020’s based on demographics.

    “The good news is the prime working age group has started to grow again, and should be growing solidly by 2020 – and this should boost economic activity in the years ahead.

    These young workers are well educated and tech savvy. And they will have babies and buy homes soon. For more, see from Joe Weisenthal: The Analyst Who Nailed The Housing Crash Is Quietly Revealing The Next Big Thing

    And a couple of graphs from The Projected Improvement in Life Expectancy
    Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2016/07/the-future-is-still-bright.html#ko9qF5dWkdptoD7h.99

    grim says:
    July 26, 2016 at 6:24 am
    Now get off the ledge and read this one:

    The Future is still Bright!

    Fantastic post from Calculated Risk.

  13. nwnj3 says:

    #9 Uh, except no one has denied the content of the email(can’t read your link).

    To quote a famous line, “what difference does it make” who hacked the DNC?

    At this point, the DNC’s best move would be another hard break to the left to buy off Bernie contingent rather than continue trying to push this Russian conspiracy theory.

    Maybe they can start today with some free popsicles, I hear it’s going to get pretty heated.

  14. The Great Pumpkin says:

    12- Why didn’t I find this article two years ago? Glad this site had a link to this article. This states exactly what I have been saying on this blog from 2013. Can’t wait for this economy to rip into at least the mid 2020’s. Banking on this being the best economic boom in my lifetime. Plan on taking full advantage.

    “McBride argues that currently, with so many 20-to-24-year-olds, the demographics are very favorable to apartment renting. And so of course these days, the multi-family housing sector has been leading the way. And you hear all these stories about how people aren’t into homeownership anymore. But the demographics that are currently favorable to apartments will turn into demographics favorable to homeownership, as the cohort gets older, moves into higher paying jobs, and wants more space for those new babies.

    McBride pointed out as such on Twitter, how things were aligning favorably for homeownership.

    @hblodget @TheStalwart Peak baby years are 25 to 34. Largest cohorts in 2020 will be 25 to 34. Homeowneship rises sharply with babies!

    — Bill McBride (@calculatedrisk) August 6, 2014
    This is clearly a big story to watch.

    And while we’re talking about housing, we should also take just a minute to talk about inflation. Matt Busigin wrote a great piece last year, talking about the non-monetary causes of inflation, and how demographics is a much bigger driver of inflation than people realize. Many of the same factors discussed above could contribute to higher inflation, as a younger workforce moves into its first homes and first cars, and has real buying power for the first time.

    One chart from Busigin’s post drives home a lot, and that’s spending by age cohort.

    You can see how consumer expenditure overall really accelerates as people move into their mid-to-late 20s. As you consider the above table, showing how the 25-to-29 aged cohort will be the largest by 2020, you can appreciate the significant economic tailwind to come.”

    http://www.businessinsider.com/calculated-risk-demographics-2014-8

  15. Mike says:

    Gotta love millennials
    https://youtu.be/hLpE1Pa8vvI

  16. Comrade Nom Deplume, the Deplumiest. says:

    [9] Rory

    First, vice.com isn’t exactly a credible source of “news”

    Second, not only is the data manipulation claim completely unsupported, as NWNJ points out, Dems haven’t denied their accuracy and actually apologized for them.

    Third, the not so subtle implication, that Russia is in the tank for Trump, is pure supposition. Can’t be proven or disproven so the left will claim it liberally. However, one must ask how it gains the Russkies to shade the election. Why do they feel they do better with Trump? No one has an explanation.

    Finally, no one has explained why a gov intelligence arm that has infiltrated an opponents system would willingly risk discovery or even acknowledge that it was there and give up its access? That seems to fly directly in the face of fundamental intelligence work.

    I can see that it could have been Russian Intel behind it. It could easily have been hacktivists or another foreign power. But aside from the how, no one is addressing the “why.” And a conclusory statement that Russia wants to help Trump isn’t really saying “why” when the reasons For wanting to help can’t be articulated.

  17. Juice Box says:

    Assange alluded to a deep throat within the DNC.

  18. grim says:

    The “hack” was an internal “leak” – trying to finger Russia is nonsensical redirection. This “Russia” story was initially spread by the DNC – why would anyone believe it?

    DNC believes in leadership by example, so I have no doubt that the email infrastructure was as porous as Hillary’s favorite swiss cheese, and there were probably hundreds of staffers that had access to pull that data.

    Much more plausible that there was some young Bernie-loyalist staffer that was upset by this, leaked the emails, and to cover it up the DNC went off the rails with this cold war bullshit.

    The crowdstrike/hack attempts are purely coincidental, and are probably criminal in nature, and not government sanctioned.

  19. nwnj3 says:

    Too bad they can’t trot out Comey for another farce news conference. His credibility is all used up.

  20. Ben says:

    It’s understandable why the US government has been hunting Julian Assange. His site has done more to provide transparency to government than anyone.

  21. 30 year realtor says:

    I don’t buy the Russian story either but why wouldn’t the Russians want the guy who wants to end NATO?

  22. Juice Box says:

    Both Obama and George W. Bush told the NATO countries to boost their own defense spending so we could reduce ours. Trump isn’t laying any new ground here, he is just escalating front and center the lopsided spending commitments.

  23. Ben – I concur.

    It’s understandable why the US government has been hunting Julian Assange. His site has done more to provide transparency to government than anyone.

  24. nwnj3 says:

    I suspect Putin would favor Trump since he’s indicated a change to the confrontational current policy toward Russia. In the same breath, I’m sure the terrorist and oppressive regimes across the middle east are pulling hard for Hillary.

    She’s taken 10s of millions from them in the name of her fake charity already so she owes favors to all of them. Rather than forcing them to modernize and confront reform in their own countries she’s inclined to allow them to export their dysfunction worldwide including our own backyard.

  25. 30 year realtor says:

    #22 juice box – They never said what Donald said; “Maybe NATO will dissolve, and that’s OK, not the worst thing in the world.”

    Are you saying we need to interpret what Donald says? That he didn’t really mean it? All that bluster is just a show?

    I wonder how the Baltic States and Poland look at it?

  26. All NATO countries are supposed to pony up 2.5% of GDP. The UK does, Estonia does, the rest? Not so much. We’ve heard the stories where certain regions of the country have “pay for play” fire departments and what happens to homeowners that don’t pay, right?

  27. Juice Box says:

    re: 25 – Here is the interpreted statement. —> Pay up or get shown the door.

    Here is the actual statement sans teleprompter and speechwriters.

    “When we’re paying—and nobody else is really paying, a couple of other countries are, but nobody else is really paying—you feel like the jerk. I call up all of those countries…and say, ‘Fellas, you haven’t paid for years, give us the money or get the hell out.’… Maybe Nato will dissolve, and that’s OK, not the worst thing in the world.”

  28. I think Trump’s viewpoint is that the USA is kind of like the famous, once-rich, once-great superstar who is still picking up checks all around town even though we have the finances of Lenny Dykstra.

    Remember the last thing Lenny Dykstra tried when he was broke but no one knew it? He tried to set up a financial organization targeting(literally) sports stars so he could “manage” their wealth. Imagine if Lenny Dykstra could print money.

  29. Grim says:

    He makes a good point – something that has been argued by democrats for years – why are we paying for this?

    Imagine how much money could be saved, or used for other purposes, if we cut defense spending by 1% of GDP. It’s astronomical.

  30. grim says:

    I halfway expect Trump to announce that we’ll put a man/woman on Mars in the next decade.

  31. Libturd questioning the gender of Hillary's Cankle fluid. says:

    I just hope that Trump doesn’t claim he’ll close Gitmo.

  32. D-FENS says:

    Ouch! We Busted Wall Street Journal Reporter Running DNC Talking Points Essentially Verbatim #DNCLeaks #DemsInPhilly

    http://gotnews.com/ouch-busted-wall-street-journal-reporter-running-dnc-talking-points-essentially-verbatim-dncleaks/

    We found a reporter — Laura Meckler of the Wall Street Journal — who is basically a stenographer for the Hillary Clinton campaign.

    It was recently revealed that she had an off the record meeting to talk about some anti-Sanders material with a DNC official.

    You can see all the times she’s mentioned in the DNC leaks dump.

    After reading that our research team went and searched the WSJ archives to see what type of stuff she writes about Clinton.

  33. D-FENS says:

    Interview with Assange

    https://youtu.be/axuJfX3cO9Q

  34. What a different political clime it would be right now if Bernie ran from the beginning as an independent and held his own convention at Max Yasgur’s farm.

  35. Grim says:

    33 – wow

  36. grim – Hillary backers believe what “her” tells them to believe.

    The “hack” was an internal “leak” – trying to finger Russia is nonsensical redirection. This “Russia” story was initially spread by the DNC – why would anyone believe it?

  37. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Lib, what’s the name and number of your loan guy?

  38. Laura Meckler says:
    “The resignation of Debbie Wasserman Schultz as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee came after the disclosure of a trove of hacked emails showing DNC officials working to undermine Mr. Sanders’s campaign.”

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/on-eve-of-democratic-convention-party-seeks-unity-with-officials-ouster-1469403856

  39. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Bloomberg endorsed Hillary yesterday.

  40. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Honestly, who didn’t know that Democratic Party was against Bernie? You needed emails to confirm this?

    Bernie was trying to hijack the dem party and you think they would support Bernie and Hillary on equal footing? Yea….okay!

    Don’t even know why this is news? Didn’t the Republican Party try to do the same thing to Trump? Too bad the party became a disaster and he took them out. If they had one decent candidate to offer, we wouldn’t even be talking about Trump as a presidential candidate.

  41. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Are we really surprised that there are hack journalists working as a personal messenger for some politician or party? They all have them. All journalists have destroyed their profession with this practice. Every wealthy public figure has a talking piece through some hack jounnalist that went to the dark side in presenting news.

    D-FENS says:
    July 26, 2016 at 11:57 am
    Ouch! We Busted Wall Street Journal Reporter Running DNC Talking Points Essentially Verbatim #DNCLeaks #DemsInPhilly

    http://gotnews.com/ouch-busted-wall-street-journal-reporter-running-dnc-talking-points-essentially-verbatim-dncleaks/

    We found a reporter — Laura Meckler of the Wall Street Journal — who is basically a stenographer for the Hillary Clinton campaign.

    It was recently revealed that she had an off the record meeting to talk about some anti-Sanders material with a DNC official.

    You can see all the times she’s mentioned in the DNC leaks dump.

    After reading that our research team went and searched the WSJ archives to see what type of stuff she writes about Clinton.

  42. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Guy is such a fuc!ing loser. What’s he trying to prove? And sorry, a 23 cent gas tax is not some massive hike, esp when it includes the elimination of the estate tax. Can this guy just leave and stop using this state in his quest for power. It’s over, dude! You are finished! Give it up already and do the right thing. You owe the people of this state to do this, dragged us through the mud long enough.

    “Gov. Chris Christie has rejected a new plan approved by leading Democratic lawmakers that would raise the gas tax by 23 cents.

    Christie said he reviewed the Democrats’ latest plan to fund the Transportation Trust Fund through a “massive gas tax hike that does not represent tax fairness to the residents of New Jersey.”

    “Therefore, I cannot support it,” he said, calling the plan “dead on arrival.””

    http://patch.com/new-jersey/wayne/s/fu0fg/breaking-chris-christie-rejects-new-23-cent-gas-tax-hike-plan?utm_source=alert-breakingnews&utm_medium=email&utm_term=politics%20%26%20government&utm_campaign=alert

  43. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Nice, at least your consistent with the negative comments. Def vote trump, you and him would get along well together. Both have the same approach when it comes to debates; attack the character! Yell moron enough, and hey, you convince yourself and others that you are the winner!

    The Original NJ ExPat says:
    July 26, 2016 at 2:07 pm
    [42-44] Moron

  44. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Enough with Clinton assassination conspiracies. If it was true, people like Koch brothers would be all over it. If there was a viable reason to put Hillary in jail right now, you don’t think the right wing would be all over it? They have nothing. Tried hard as hell to have her arrested, but there is nothing there.

    HEHEHE says:
    July 26, 2016 at 2:10 pm
    Re #37

    https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/4sejv7/the_death_of_seth_rich/?st=ir3s0vhi&sh=a02c92d3

  45. [47] I’m voting for Hillary as its the most practical vote. She’s going to win in Boston for sure, so my vote is worthless…except I will be able to pass a polygraph by giving the right left answer when her death squads come to town to round up everyone who dare stood against the Canklephate.

  46. HEHEHE says:

    Conspiracies are good. They are what separate us from the animals.

  47. Blumpkin – You are such an out-of-touch-with-reality doofus. Who do you think the Koch brothers are backing?

    Enough with Clinton assassination conspiracies. If it was true, people like Koch brothers would be all over it.

  48. 3b says:

    47 have you convinced yourself?

  49. Isn’t in funny how the first day of the R convention was about making America safe again, but none of the 61 speakers at the D convention even acknowledged terrorism, not even casually. Pretend it away. With love.

  50. D-FENS says:

    Seth Rich was the DNC mole and was whacked. No doubt.

  51. Comrade Nom Deplume, the Deplumiest. says:

    [37] juice

    ” he had two shots to his back, and yet they never took anything,”

    Hmmmm

  52. Comrade Nom Deplume, the Deplumiest. says:

    [40] expat

    Good article today in the Atlantic on just how reviled Wasserman Schultz was within the Democratic Party. Insiders really could not stand her and the dirt in that article alone will bring her down. She isn’t black from a black district–voters will care about her “narcissism” and spending habits.

  53. The Great Pumpkin says:

    15 year loan down to 2.8!! Mikey likey!!

  54. Libturd questioning the gender of Hillary's Cankle fluid. says:

    I’m locked in at 2.75 no cost! Beat that.

  55. Newt Gingrich just did some great Jiu-Jitsu on the Clinton Russian hackers deflection strategy. He just said in a radio interview, “Well maybe the Russians have funneled so much money to the Clintons and they don’t feel they’re getting their money’s worth. Maybe they’re mad at Bill for not staying bought.” LOL!

  56. Captain Nom Deplume, Besotted Rummy says:

    and here is an example of someone’s dogma getting run over by their karma.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/alan-grayson%e2%80%99s-ex-wife-comes-forward-to-accuse-him-of-decades-long-domestic-abuse/ar-BBuU4JY?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE07DHP

    Grayson and the Attack Poodle were two of the most grating, partisan, demagogic apparatchiks in the DNC. If I had to put a list of people together that I would cap during The Purge, they’d be in the top five, along with footrest and the twitiot.

    Not Rory. Him I’d just kneecap.

  57. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Beautiful job! That’s impressive! You can pretty much call that free money!

    Libturd questioning the gender of Hillary’s Cankle fluid. says:
    July 26, 2016 at 3:39 pm
    I’m locked in at 2.75 no cost! Beat that.

  58. [61] Thanks Nom, I sought it and read it earlier today from your earlier post. She seems to be less than a pleasure;-)

  59. I still think the DNC is baiting the Donald into making some fat chick tweets.

  60. Captain Nom Deplume, Besotted Rummy says:

    Only “up to 5%”? When one considers the single-person “family” bathrooms, the Wells Fargo Center probably exceeded that without any labels.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/democratic-convention-sets-up-5-of-bathrooms-to-be-all-gender/

    And that may set a troubling benchmark for the Dems. If NC can say “hey, 5% of the public restrooms in the state are already unisex so we’re doing as well as the DNC”, that hurts them.

    They should have made them open to all. The cure for liberalism is to make liberals subject to it.

  61. [66] Is “All Gender Bathroom” gay code for “Fcuk Closet”?

  62. D-FENS says:

    JFK put a man on the moon and Obama put men in the ladies room.

  63. Grim says:

    Yeah that pretty much sums it up.

  64. One small step for trans, one giant leap for transkind…which is just fabulous, btw.

    JFK put a man on the moon and Obama put men in the ladies room.

  65. Alex says:

    68-

    D-FENS great quote, did you come up with that?

  66. Fabius Maximus says:

    First, vice.com isn’t exactly a credible source of “news”
    Yes I am aware of media bias, I treat all articles with a dose of skepticism and I am glad you have stopped posting Tax Foundation garbage. That said, the article posts links to other credible sources. As I said, I put the link up for others to do their own deep dive and come to their own conclusions. I am not getting into a rule of evidence discussion here as it is all hearsay, but that’s not what we are discussing.
    The one point I do put up is that if you have a hack this big, you do have the opportunity to introduce your own documents. That is new.
    Dems have a lot of explaining and damage limitation regardless, Is anyone shocked there is gmbling going on in this cas1no?
    Who did this? People in the arena are saying Russia and I am not seeing a lot of evidence to the contrary. Is Russia in the tank for Trump. I don’t know, but from my viewpoint he is a better choice for them and he has admired Putin in the past and that is scary.
    Why now? This is a one shot leak. It was well known it was out there and the doors were shut a long time ago. They question was always when it would come out. Here we see, they choose a time that has high impact.

  67. Fabius Maximus says:

    Sorry for the repeats I blame grim and his filters.

    Can we get approved posters? Sad to say some have been here 1o years here and we still have Nanny Cam?

  68. Al Blake says:

    I’d rather view the half full glass wherever possible (to keep me getting out of bed in the morning…) and like the post user grim posted: http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2016/07/the-future-is-still-bright.html

  69. 3b says:

    72 fab your post strikes me as somewhat tortured and dare I say even trying to rationalize or explain it all away. It appears you are struggling to accept this. Had this been the republicans you would not be struggling with your response. I find this tends to be more of a problem with leftists they cannot believe their side would engage in such behavior. It goes against the script or perhaps the indoctrination.

  70. Grim says:

    Why is Hillary dressed like Mak Tse Tung?

  71. Ben says:

    Because she is proposing a great leap forward.

  72. Essex says:

    It takes a village…ya’ll

  73. Essex says:

    72. Trump would probably sit back and allow Putin to accumulate his old satellites.

  74. Fabius Maximus says:

    #77 3b
    I am not struggling with anything. DNC was hacked and they have to explain the contents. If the RNC was in the same position we would be having the same conversation. Is there emails on the RNC servers on how to stop Trump? What do you think?
    My point is separate. This has gone beyond a pure hack or leak. The misinformation aspect in new and should be recognized.
    You want to throw something at Clinton, throw Wikileaks and Snowdon. That’s a real story with real traction. You want real damage and fallout, there you go.

  75. How do you know Russia hacked the Hillary emails? Clinton campaign is asked. ‘We saw it on CNN.’ Democrats admit they have no evidence of Putin link to disastrous leak

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3708804/Hillary-s-campaign-manager-cites-media-reports-asked-evidence-Russia-DNC-hack.html

  76. joyce says:

    “…the idea that a foreign state could be trying to influence our electoral process, influence who becomes our president of the United States,’ Mook said. ”

    America stands above all others; we would never

  77. Rut-Roh!

    IRS Commissioner John Koskinen referred congressional charges of corrupt Clinton Foundation “pay-to-play” activities to his tax agency’s exempt operations office for investigation, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/07/26/exclusive-irs-launches-investigation-of-clinton-foundation/

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