I disagree, partly.
What is a bad policy is sending US jobs to China.
Wake up people. China is now the world’s premier exporter. Number one.
We are number two.
China is growing. We are falling. Wake up.
Did China take away so many US jobs by being free?
No. China is not free.
America is free, yet we hurt America by closing factories here.
Wake the *&*( up people. Bring back US jobs now.
RE: America is free,
America used to be free. But I don’t call heavy regulations, mandated and outrageous pensions and benefits, and increased taxes on the successful free.
I call these BURDENS on businesses. Is it any wonder many of them are looking overseas?
That’s good but it’s a different subject. Check a curriculum list at a “good” college.
See what they are learning.
Talk to a post graduate student who’s had no direction in their curriculum from caring parents.
It is not education. If it were, these kids would be screaming for jobs to come back here and they’d be competitive. But they’re not.
$30,000 per year should guarantee an education.
We=ake up.It doesn’t have to and it does not in fact.
The consumers here are idiotic from the parents allowing it to the kids who don’t have direction.
“Oh, is english the second lnaguage of your childs’ (high school) chemistry teacher? Sometimes that’s the problem. My college sophomore has trouble understanding her bio teacher because she’s from (another country) and can’t speak english really at all”
For 38 G per year plus housing, this is the level of consumer protection these kids are learning.