Roger Ferch with the National Steel Bridge Alliance says “I saw one estimate of the fabrication man hours, the labor to construct this bridge in the fabrication shop of more than a million man hours. That’s a million man hours of work that should have been done in the US.”
And each job, Ferch, says, has a multiplier effect “because not only do you lose the fabrication jobs, you lose those people paying taxes, those people buying groceries, those people buying clothing, and the list goes on.”
Fired by the state of Illinois for cause, caught taking bribes, and other actionable behavior and still drawing pay and benefits due to a IL law that protects political appointees. This was Barry’s master class in how to run a government.
IMF says global economy has entered “a dangerous new phase”, as it reduces growth estimates for Britain from 1.5pc to 1.1pc.
Who is Neil Kinnock? Read the story.
And Bird Dog puts it straight and clear.
I liked this quote.
“I was not prejudiced, which implies passing judgment before reviewing the evidence. I was now postjudiced—I had reviewed the evidence and concluded that many people simply weren’t worth saving.”