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Democrats Denounce Ivanka Trump For Hypocrisy After She Touts American Jobs
"Faux feminist" first daughter champions U.S. workers, but her products are made exclusively overseas.
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Keeping Jobs In The United States; Start Leading By Example
In addition to the clothing line, the Trump Home collection trademark is registered in India.
Trade Pacts and American Jobs
Author, journalist, former Congressional candidate
While the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal is being hotly debated in Congress, the fact is that this trade deal -- or any trade deal -- will have little impact on American jobs, or more specifically, on the decline in good-paying jobs for middle-class Americans.
Rick Santorum Gets It Wrong On Immigrants Holding U.S. Jobs
By FactCheck.org, FactCheck.org
In November, Santorum said only: “There are more people living in this country who were not born here than at any other time
We Need To Fix The Economy Before This Chart Becomes Our Reality
U.S. taxpayers are already subsidizing the country’s low-wage employers to the tune of billions of dollars every year, in
It's Time to End the Secrecy Surrounding TPP
James P. Hoffa
General President, International Brotherhood of Teamsters
There needs to be more certainty for policymakers and the public if they are going to go along with such a deal. Americans deserve a bigger say in their future.
Innovation Earth: Reinventing The Wheel... Er, Tire
Environmental journalist and author of Unlatched: The Evolutio...
Of course, the company will be testing guayule extensively. A new biorubber research center is being constructed for that
U.S. Workers Are Still Completely Freaked Out About Job Security (CHART)
American fast-food workers nationwide walked out of their jobs last week in protest, demanding a $15 hourly minimum wage
11 American Companies That Brought Jobs Back Home
"It's more than a trickle," Moser told the Plain Dealer in March of jobs returning from overseas. "But we'll admit that it's
Cheap Furniture Should Not Kill or Maim U.S. Workers
Eco-conscious lifestyle brand entrepreneur | Clean Design expert
As an eco-designer focused on wellness in the home, it is my belief that most U.S. based manufacturing firms adhere to rigorous testing criteria, environmental standards and sustainability programs that lift them to the next level in their stewardship of our environment.
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Lost Manufacturing Jobs: Good Riddance?
Edward E. Lawler III
Professor of Business, USC; Author, "Reinventing Talent Manage...
Before we accept the loss of many low skilled manufacturing jobs as a major negative for the U.S. and that it should be halted and perhaps even reversed, it is important to put it in the context of what we know about the social impact of simple, repetitive work.
Jobs Are an American Issue, Not a Republican or Democratic Issue
Founder, USA Network; Chairman and CEO, Koplovitz & Co
I am also a product of the middle class whose only real path to success was through my education, my imagination and my ability to execute. Honestly, these values I believe are basic human values and basic American values. That's why I believe in a strong middle class.
Signs Of Resilience In Our Economy
Today's economy is proving to be rather resilient -- the growth is slow, but we continue to head in the right direction, even at a time when economies across the globe continue to struggle.
A Nation In Structural Decline
Director of Laboratory Operations at NPS Pharmaceuticals
A national effort is necessary to stem the tide of a growing underclass, unaffordable tertiary education or education that is out of reach for the majority and the absence of adequate incentives to promote growth and development.
With a Small Tweak, Obama Can Win the "Belt-Tightening" Argument
Last person on Earth not on Facebook
Winning the messaging war is an important achievement. Not only does it provide the clear choice that resonates with peoples' psyches for the election, but it also serves as psychological underpinning for adopting sound economic policies.
U.S. Won't Stop Bleeding Manufacturing Job, Studies Find
By Reuters, Reuters
While three straight months of U.S. job growth, bullish chatter from some of corporate America's top leaders and reports
Unemployment Rate Holds Steady, Jobs Report For February 2012
But it's still well above a low of 4.4 percent before the recession, so let's not all go slapping each other on the back
Memo from Davos: Down with Democracy!
Daniel A. Bell
Philosopher, Tsinghua University; Advisor, Berggruen Institute...
What makes sense from a democratic perspective may not make sense from a moral point of view. Or so it was suggested earlier today at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davos.
U.S.-Based Multinationals Added Jobs Abroad In 2000s, But Cut Jobs At Home
General Electric, one of the largest multinational corporations in the world, is one of the companies focusing its attention
America Needs a Department of "Creative Destruction"
Silicon Valley Marketing Executive
Rather than an "opportunity society," we need to create a more "opportunistic society," one smart and durable enough to weather change and focus on the future.
A Domestic Marshall Plan: Forget Going "Big vs. Small," Instead, Go "Simple and Effective"
Last person on Earth not on Facebook
Obama should focus on two and only two proposals, and they each must take account of perceived prior failures. They must be guarantees, not incentives that rely on what side of the bed someone gets up on in the morning.
The Obama Jobs Plan: Offshore the Jobs Americans Don't Want?
Director, California Fair Trade Coalition
US Trade Representative Ron Kirk doesn't believe many middle-class manufacturing jobs will be a part of America's future. Like many free trade proponents, he views the loss of these jobs as inevitable.
Science Is Rock'n Roll and Technology Is Recession Proof
Musician, technology advocate, and founder of i.am+
The theory is simple -- if entertainers perform in programs like the
Teen Choice Awards
, then why can't we do it for our kids who get good grades?
Service Sector Picks Up While Broader Economy Stumbles: ISM
A reading above 50 indicates expansion in the sector. It was the first increase since February, though growth was still off
At the Deficit Table: Wingnuts, Wall Street & Wealthy But Not Women & Working People
Fellow, Campaign for America's Future
In DC the elite are gathered around tables discussing budget cuts, but not jobs to cure a deficit largely caused by a lack of jobs and tax cuts. Not at the table: women, working people, the poor or any semblance of democracy.
Sen. Fritz Hollings
Former U.S. senator (D-SC)
President Obama needs to get the country out of the Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya wars and get into the trade war. Appointing Jeffrey Immelt is just campaigning.
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