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I’m pleased to announce that Lifezette.com has just published a new op-ed of mine – on a theme that RealityChek regulars will find familiar.  It’s a piece that updates my findings that a large, rapidly growing share of the net new jobs classified by the Labor Department as “private sector” are actually heavily reliant on government subsidies for levels of demand — and therefore employment.

And this means that too much of the American labor market’s supposed vigor stems from politicians’ spending and borrowing decisions, not from economic fundamentals.

Here’s the link to the article.  And keep checking back at RealityChek for ongoing updates about new media appearances!