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The Face of Today’s American Slave Owners

What was so wrong with slavery?  I lived in Louisiana most of my life.  I have stayed the night in a plantation owned by a slave owner.  Were they really so bad?  They were capitalist right?  Isn't slavery an unregulated capitalistic idea?  Is slavery wrong if the slave was comfortable and did not necessarily want

Disney Victims vs. 15 Attorneys….The odds are ever in our favor!!!!

Great Article from Law360.  EDUCATING AMERICA.  MAKING CHANGES.  Well, actually, all I did was agree to Disney, HCL and Cognizant's lengthy extension.  I believe they should have all the time in the world to make their arguments as to why it is legal to lie and steal American jobs.   They have enough attorneys working together

By |April 1st, 2016|Categories: Walt Disney World|0 Comments
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Another article…. TELL THE WORLD WE ARE MAKING CHANGE

The report is incorrect about the deadline but still we are educating! http://newsok.com/article/5462510

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Orlando NEWS:

We are educating America and hopefully making awareness. However, Disney did NOT rehire 150 workers.  If they did, please name them to me! http://www.orlandosentinel.com/business/os-disney-h1b-visas-eeoc-20151124-story.html

By |November 24th, 2015|Categories: Walt Disney World|0 Comments
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Southern California Edison = Disney

THIS YEAR, Southern California Edison recently let go 500 US workers and replaced them with foreign H1B workers from Tata and Infosys. Why is this not as televised as Disney? The American workers had to "knowledge transfer"--teach their replacements how to do the jobs before they were fired. 70% of the jobs were offshored out

By |November 5th, 2015|Categories: Sold Out Anti-American Company, Walt Disney World|0 Comments
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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