Often the terms “free trade” and “fair trade” are used interchangeably. However, they mean two completely different things. “Free trade” means unrestricted, uncontrolled access to our economy, tariff- and duty-free, for goods made for $4-per-hour or less. We cannot compete with these wages so we are forced to choose between going bankrupt, outsourcing nearly all of our manufacturing or simply selling out.
By John Olen April 24, 2014
We need a trade policy that addresses the issues that hurt American manufacturers and holds other countries accountable when they break the rules. For too long we have bowed to special interests and sat by while our country’s livelihood was shipped overseas. Read More
By Patrick Kellen April 24, 2014
By getting rid of competition, Big Media can feed us any lies and distortions they want, and keep the truth from us. All of this will be done for their own benefit, not ours. The acquisition of Time Warner by Comcast is a big step in a dangerous process which we must work to curtail. Read More