Robert Gretton, was born in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester on the 15th of January 1953, and sadly passed away on the 15th of May 1999. He left behind him a legacy that very few people do in life. Robert went to St. Bede’s Collage, a Roman Catholic Grammar school […]
I feel I owe all of you who’ve been kind enough to read my column for the last year and a half both an apology and an explanation. Since February I’ve been dealing with some health issues. What started out as severe edema (swelling of the legs and […]
In the endless debate of healthcare and the influx of more and more illegal aliens entering our country we all seem to have an opinion. It’s been the cause of debates, fights, “unfriending” and even physical violence. At the risk of sounding sanctimonious, I deal with it every […]
I find it strange, and appalling, that we in the West, would characterise the desire of many Western Women to legally murder babies, just as and when they ‘feel the need’ to remove life from a defenseless baby/infant, as somehow having something to do with that amorphously vague […]
The History we’ve been fed, isn’t actually untrue in the bulk of its narratives, but certainly biased and one-sided in its view, so, consider this anomaly. We rightly hated the Nazis, and then afterwards realised that, by their own actions, the Soviets were our enemies, and in fact […]
The March Jobs number rebounded from the “weak” headline number last month. Last month the Current Employment Statistics (CES) worker data was “weak” and the Current Population Survey (CPS) jobs data was strong. This month the CES data was strong and the CPS data was weak. Long term we are seeing full-time jobs replace part-time jobs.
Last month the ADP report came in much stronger than the monthly employment situation report from the government. This month the January and February ADP data was revised lower. This month instead of expansion in Manufacturing, Construction and Financial Services we saw the ADP data contract.