Obama Deals With Overemployment

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The number of Americans designated as "not in the labor force" in February was 89,304,000, a record high, up from 89,008,000 in January, according to the Department of Labor.

This means that the number of Americans not in the labor force increased 296,000 between January and February.
(from "Record 89,304,000 Americans 'Not in Labor Force' -- 296,000 Fewer Employed Since January" at cnsnews.com)

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Another Embalmed Corrupt Collectivist to Be Put on Display Forever: HOW THAT WORKS
The process of embalming a body for a few days or many years is essentially the same, note Fountain and Camilo Jaramillo, a Colombian embalmer and alumnus of the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service.

“The difference when one wants to preserve a body for a long time is that the doctors apply more-concentrated amounts of the chemicals,” Jaramillo said. “It is a much slower process and must be done very carefully. … Indefinite preservation really doesn’t exist. … It requires periodic maintenance. … But no embalming stops decomposition; it only slows it,” he said.

The time it takes a body to deteriorate varies on the health and weight of the deceased and other environmental factors, including whether the body was refrigerated immediately after death. Regardless, the key is to embalm as soon as possible after death.

Ideally, a body would be embalmed “the very day or next morning, rather than three or five or six days down the road,” Fountain said. “But it’s not impossible. I have embalmed bodies that have been refrigerated for six months.”

Confronted with such a never-ending and unsavory task, why do countries such as Russia, China, Vietnam, and now Venezuela, go to such lengths to preserve their leaders’ remains?

“The decision to embalm Chávez is an attempt to include him in a pantheon of communist deities,” said Nina Tumarkin, a professor of history at Wellesley College and the author of “Lenin Lives! The Lenin Cult in Soviet Russia.”

“It’s a throwback to Soviet, communist times, and it might seem obsolete, but it might be the only pantheon where he belongs. Better to belong to the wrong club than none at all.
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On this day: March 11
Bolshevist Russia moves the national capital from Petrograd to Moscow (1918)

Mikhail Gorbachev becomes the Soviet Union's leader (1985)

Janet Reno is confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Attorney General (1993)

Michelle Bachelet, socialist President of Chile, is inaugurated (2006)

President Barack Obama creates (by executive order) a White House Council on Women and Girls to be chaired by White House consiglieri Valerie Jarrett (2009)

b: Reverend Ralph Abernathy (1926), Mikhail Gorbachev (1931), Dock Ellis (1945), Jesse Jackson, Jr. (1965); d: Slobodan Milošević (2006)

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