Daily Red Alert - 10/19/22
“A small business owner in Provo, Utah, is hanging onto all of his employees in tough economic times — and rather than letting people go during today's inflation and labor shortage, he's retraining them as needed and investing in them in order to keep his business as strong as possible.”
Pentagon diversity chief pushes book calling 9/11 responders ‘menaces’: Fox report - American Military News
“The book was recommended at least twice by Kelisa Wing, the first-ever chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at the Department of Defense Education Activity, as reported by Fox News.”
“Netflix promised a big comeback in the third quarter, predicting more than 1 million new customers. While the far-left streamer outperformed that measure by two-fold, sending its stock skyrocketing in after-hours trading Tuesday, a closer look at the numbers shows that the vast majority of new Netflix subscribers are coming from overseas, with U.S. customers failing to return in significant numbers after leaving the streamer in droves earlier this year.”
“Perhaps the most-watched market indicator for predicting recessions — a so-called inversion of the yield curve between 3-month and 10-year Treasuries — is now near at hand.”
“Consumer prices jumped by 8.2% in September versus the same month in 2021, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday. That rate is down from 9.1% in June, which marked the recent peak, but is still near the highest levels since the early 1980s.”
RedBalloon in the News
" ‘My encouragement when it comes to economic development is 'Get out of the way,' said Andrew Crapuchettes, founder of RedBalloon and parish elder at Christ Church.”
Isaac Lopez joins the Bryan McClain show to discuss the Employee Bill of Rights.
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