205 – Hispanic Unemployment Is Low, But Sarah Jeong Of The New York Times Is Lower

The job numbers are out, and a record number of Americans are working. Tony Katz explains that although the job numbers missed expectations, the economy is going strong. This has been felt by Hispanic and Latino Americans, as they are experiencing record low unemployment. This goes along with a theory that Hispanics and Latinos have a favorable opinion of President Donald Trump.

The New York Times has made it clear they are standing behind their new hire and editorial board member Sarah Jeong, regardless of the myriad of racist tweets she has sent. They claim they reviewed her social media accounts before hiring her. Tony takes a look some of her other hateful comments on Twitter, and you can decide if you want to read the New York Times again.

And Tony expresses his love for Florida and James of Good Times.

About the Author
Tony Katz is the host of The Morning News with Tony Katz on 93.1FM WIBC (Indianapolis.) Working his way through current events and pop culture, Tony entertainingly exposes media hypocrisy and makes the complex easy to understand. Different than other talk show hosts, Tony focuses on right vs. wrong, instead of right vs. left. Follow him on Twitter @tonykatz. Listen to Tony Katz Monday - Friday, 5-9am on 93.1FM WIBC and WIBC.com

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