As unemployment has taken its toll on the United States, politicians continue to echo that education is the answer to the economic crisis. The question is: how will the well-educated ever provide for themselves when all the means to create wealth are flowing out of the country? Over the past twenty years, the United States has lost a massive number of lower and middle class value-added jobs. These are largely the manufacturing jobs that allowed the United States to support its own needs and export goods, which builds real wealth.
We should no longer buy the statistically strained arguments about F.T.A.s delivering growth and jobs. The evidence just isn’t there, a fact not lost on those campaigning for president. Read More
Organizations, activists, and individual people are sick and tired of being kept in the dark regarding major issues that affect them directly. Read More
Those who Signed this Lengthy Agreement did not Read the Fine Print or did not have the Interests of America in Mind. Read More