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Economic Problems Facing the U.S.

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The United States is facing economic disaster on a scale few nations have ever experienced. Most people are unaware of the easily observable signs of this crisis, where it came from and how to stop it. While we persist in our superpower mentality, we have quietly become a second-class country in many respects.

Many American’s Don’t Trust So Called “Free Trade”

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Usually, anything with the term “free” on it has a positive connotation: free cookies, free appetizer, free purse with the purchase of any item over $45, this salad dressing is fat free. However, using the example of “fat free,”when we ran some studies on supposed “fat free,” we found nasty results. Fat free use to be this great, healthy thing for our bodies and it turned out being the total opposite. Now that people have been burned by “fat free,” they are buying less and less of it. The same issue has been going on with “free trade.” At first, it was great! It was this new idea of trade without tariffs or duties and that benefited any partnering country. However, after indulging 20 years in “free trade,” we realize how bad it really is for America.

8 Disastrous Domestic Policy Issues Included In the TPP, TTIP, and TISA

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Many are starting to believe that our Commander-In-Chief is scheming with paid corporate lobbyists to pass new “free trade” agreements that aren’t so much about trade as it is about setting up a new One World  Global Government, with giant corporations in charge. These agreements are known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and Trade in Services Agreement (TISA). The agreement is between the U.S. and 11 other countries including third world countries like Vietnam and Brunei.

The Secret TTIP Agenda Is a Corporate Power Grab

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Just how many economy-killing “free trade” agreements is our so-called Commander-in-Chief going to sign America up for? It should be noted that “free trade” agreements in the past haven’t exactly played out to the benefit of the average American.

8 Auto Factories Moved to Mexico for Lower Wages Due to NAFTA

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The North American Free Trade Agreement has been nothing but a disaster for the U.S. Just by taking a look at the auto industry, we see how thousands, if not millions, of auto jobs have been shipped down south. Here in the U.S., the lowest paid autoworkers make $38 an hour with benefits. That is roughly four more times than the average auto worker in Mexico. It is no wonder that Mexico is the most attractive place in North America to build auto factories.

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