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Renewable Energy Manufacturing Could Cause an Economic Boom


The country’s largest solar panel factory is just about to open near Buffalo River in New York. This is causing a major economic boom in the state because of jobs and savings on energy cost across the state. The jobs opening aren’t just jobs at the factory but also companies moving to the state in order to use the cheap clean power.

Detroit: From Luxury to Landfill

A documentary on the well known tale of the rise and fall of Detroit, as it pertains to the free trade market.

9 Disastrous Ways the TPP Will Affect Your Daily Life


The White House and corporatists in Congress passed fast track trade authority to railroad the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) through Congress. This awoke a sleeping giant of citizens upset about how it passed and what the TPP would do to America, making the TPP and hot topics for the 2016 elections. Why did they need fast track so badly? Because without it, the TPP wouldn’t stand a chance at passing. With history showing how “free trade” agreements have failed us and the devastating effects of the WTO, this comes as no surprise.

We Do Not Need to Work Longer, We Need Better Paying Jobs!


Jeb Bush, one of the GOP candidates for the Presidential seat and brother of George W. Bush announced in July that what America needs is to work longer hours. However, a poll done in 2014 found that many Americans reported working full time, an average of 47 hours a week! In addition, 4 in 10 work at least 50 hours a week. What America needs is to have better jobs with higher wages, not to work longer.

Why Renewable Energy Made in America Makes Sense


According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration , in 2014, energy produced in the United States provided about 89 percent of the nation’s energy needs. The remaining energy was supplied mainly by imports of petroleum. However, only 10 percent of that was renewable energy. The U.S. is one of the largest energy importers in the world. We used to be energy independent until the late 1950s when energy consumption began to outpace domestic production. During this time, the U.S. began to import more energy to fill the gap. It wasn’t until 2005 when imports finally began to decline and exports increased. However, much of our enormous trade deficit has energy to blame.

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