Unemployment across Illinois rose to 9.1 percent in August, the third straight month of increases in the state, the Illinois Department of Employment Security said Thursday. …
Unemployment in July was 8.9 percent. Increases in the unemployment rate in June, July and August followed nine months of slow but steady declines. The federal government said earlier this month that the national unemployment rate dropped from 8.3 percent to 8.1, but the decrease was thought to primarily be driven by people dropping off unemployment rolls because they stopped looking for work.
Not a good sign.
It’s time for Madigan, Rahm, Quinn, and the rest of the cabal to stop lining their own pockets and start balancing budgets and becoming a little more business friendly.
Do anti-business people understand that no businesses = no taxpayers. No taxpayers = no tax revenue. No tax revenue = no government jobs or services?
Government in and of itself creates nothing of value. It’s all done with other people’s money. What about that is so hard to understand?