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Bob Igers has his hand in the cookie jar

Bob Igers is the CEO of Disney.  He also is co-chairman for Partnership for a New American Economy.  Under the "issues" section of the Partnership for a New American Economy states the following: "Immigrants play a vital role in America’s high-skilled fields. By 2018, America will face a projected shortfall of more than 200,000 advanced-degree STEM

Florida Rick Scott Wake Up

http://government.brevardtimes.com/2015/09/rick-scott-to-sign-all-american-flag.html Florida, please stand up for the American workers.

By |September 21st, 2015|Categories: Government is not on the side of America|0 Comments

Sept 16 debate

Where were the questions about displacement of American workers?  Where was the discussion over the hundreds and hundreds of US workers who are being thrown out with the trash so that foreign workers can replace them AFTER the US worker trains them the skills for the job?  I am disappointed in the absence of such

By |September 17th, 2015|Categories: Government is not on the side of America|0 Comments

Where does Bobby Jindal stand?

  Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana, is running for President.  But, where does he stand on the issue of displacing US citizens with foreign workers.  A vast number of the foreign workers replacing Americans are from India.  One of the largest industries dealing with this problem is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Governor Jindal's

By |September 12th, 2015|Categories: Government is not on the side of America|0 Comments

Ask for workers located in the United States

We have all been there.  We call an American company to pay a bill, ask a question, or register something and the person on the other side of the phone sounds foreign.  Ask where the person is located.  If that person is not located in the United States, ask to be transferred to an employee actually

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