Welcome to another heat wave. Triple-digit temperatures on tap for Southern California and parts of the Midwest.
It’s been a rare season this year, when everything’s going so right. It’s too early to say which of the two major political parties will be our next president, but after the GOP won the 2016 election with a clear message of protecting the country from the “Muslim enemy,” there isn’t much doubt that Donald Trump was elected.
If Donald Trump can make America great by making Mexico pay for the wall, then all is good in the world.
As a result, the country’s been able to forget that we are the only country in the world that has the highest rate of youth unemployment, at 22 percent, which is also the highest in the world.
Here’s some good news: In California, the unemployment rate is 2.4 percent, which is actually slightly above the national average. Not too shabby.
And here’s the bad news: For every job created, there are four people who lose their homes, their jobs or their health insurance.
That’s a lot of people that aren’t happy about this election. And that’s why the left-wing, corporate media is so intent on trying to make us forget that we’re the only country in the world that has more people homeless than people who have jobs.
And if you think about it, that’s not a terrible thing to think about.
The U.S. is a nation that’s built on the idea that everyone can succeed, with hard work and innovation. But we seem to have forgotten that America was founded on the idea that no one is entitled to success.
No matter who you are born with, no matter how talented you are, no matter how hard you work on your skills, in some instances, you won’t be able to succeed. And that’s not how America is supposed to work.
But then we get into the election