Since its creation in 1995, the WTO has been a major obstacle to America’s ability to stay competitive in the world market. Our nation has become handcuffed—forced to increase “free trade” with countries that have few to no laws regarding workers’ rights, child labor or environmental protection.
By Ruth Patterson March 5, 2015
Currency manipulation essentially lowers the value of a country's currency in relation to the dollar, which acts as a subsidy to a country's exports. Read More
By John Olen March 5, 2015
American workers are struggling to survive. No working American should have to worry about how they will feed their loved ones. Read More
By Margaret Elkis March 5, 2015
Early December the Food and Drug Administration worked hard to send warning letters to dozens of seafood processors in foreign countries such as Malaysia, Vietnam, and Ecuador. Read More