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Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain condemned the Occupy Wall Street protests in an interview in The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, saying it was nothing but a ploy to distract the public from the "failed policies of the Obama administration."

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What is it about the word jobs that our nation's leaders fail to understand? How has the most painful economic crisis in decades somehow escaped their notice? Why do they ignore the issues that Americans care most desperately about?

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A president's employment problem is the opposition's cannon fodder during election season, and Friday's bad news on employment is giving the GOP some opportunities to lob a few more hits at the Democrats during the lead-in to this fall's midterm elections.

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As President Barack Obama, speaking last week in Buffalo, N.Y., was assuring the country that “our economy is growing again,” the usual large number of unemployed lined up at a community aid center in Los Angeles for food, clothing, advice and help finding a job.As President Barack Obama was assuring the country that “our economy is growing again,” the usual large number of unemployed lined up at a community aid center in Los Angeles for food, clothing, advice and help finding a job.

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Much like the biblical Job, the actor and official member of "the famous Baldwin brothers Hollywood clan" believes in God and has endured hardships Now, although this particular Baldwin apparently hasn't suffered from a plague of boils (continued) .

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Bill O'Reilly -- or rather, a couple of his employees -- took the opportunity to descend upon Rosie O'Donnell at her recent book signing in Huntington, N.Y., and corner her about her supposed belief (which she says O'Reilly incorrectly characterized) that 9/11 was an inside job.

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