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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine Americans think public workers are better paid and more secure -- And it turns out their spot on a Rasmussen Reports poll found that nearly two thirds of private sector workers across the ideological spectrum believe that.
Investors business daily notes that since President Obama took office.
The federal government has hired an average of 101.
Each and every day.
-- Cato Institute report found that the average government worker makes 84000 dollars a year.
Dollars better than private sector workers.
American battery maker a 123 systems given stimulus money intended to help it compete with Chinese companies is being sold to.
A Chinese company pending approval from a US bankruptcy judge.
The -- -- group bid 257.
Million dollars the Energy Department here in the US thanks for its 132.
Million dollar investment.
It should get a share of the proceeds.
The company from China disagrees.
The decision could be months away.
Finally it's like the 72 delay on steroids.
The State Department is reportedly considering drastically rewriting its rules on social media involving get this.
Two days to review and approve the tweet.
The Washington Post says the move may be in the wake of -- scandal revolving.
Around a tell all book.
-- it's also worth noting that the US embassy in Cairo Egypt ran into trouble over tweeted apology about that anti Islam film.
That surfaced before the terror attack in Ben -- Libya.
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