Posts Tagged ‘Yahoo News’

Americans Still Mixed, Hesitant After Obama’s Syria Plea, Yahoo Jibber Jabber

September 11, 2013

Weary from two punishing wars half a world away, and anxious about opening a new front in the treacherous Middle East, Americans gathered around TV sets Tuesday night to hear President Obama make a case for U.S. intervention in Syria.

Polls have shown strong resistance to any U.S. military role in Syria’s devastating civil war even before a dramatic diplomatic alternative had emerged: Russia’s proposal to place Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles under international control.

Yahoo News data  shows 90% of public against somthing as mixed on the other hand presents  52% for something as a mandate. Yahoo Jibber Jabber



It Has Been 4 Years Or 15,320 Stupid Yahoo Stories Since The Senate Has Passed A Budget

January 22, 2013

You could have built three Pentagons, climbed Mount Everest 292 times and constructed all 1, 179 miles of that Keystone Pipeline in the time since the Democrat-controlled Senate has passed a budget, House Republicans are set to argue Tuesday, Yahoo News has learned.

Republican House Speaker John Boehner’s office is planning to release an infographic  Tuesday to kick off a communications push designed to place Democrats on the defensive over the Senate’s failure in nearly four years to pass a traditional budget rather than the stopgap measures that have been passed to delay government shutdown.

Or 15,320 stupid Yahoo news stories.



Yahoo Reports Unemployment At 9.7% While Reporting 7.9% Days Before The Election, Yahoo Changes Their Line

November 14, 2012

Long-term unemployed? Share your story with Yahoo News

Unemployment numbers only tell one side of the story:

• Nationwide unemployment sits at 9.7 percent

• 2 million unemployed workers could lose jobless benefits should the country hit the looming “fiscal cliff”

• In 2012, average hourly pay has risen just 1.6 percent—short of inflation’s 2 percent rise

But it’s the personal stories of unemployed Americans that resonate and offer insight into how joblessness affects us. Yahoo News is inviting unemployed workers, or those who consider themselves severely underemployed, to share their stories of looking for work.

Yahoo changes their line.