Why Do American Companies Leave America?

  Source: PragerU America is the world’s largest economy, and yet many American companies are moving jobs and factories overseas. Why? Find out in this short video. Donate today to
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Good Will Hunting: NSA Job Interview [CLEAN AUDIO]

  Will Hunting tells the NSA how to become president. Image/Audio: Good Will Hunting, 1997, Miramax Films [Clean Version]  


  via: Freedom4um  Poster Comment: Trump met with Ford CEO who agreed to keep the Ford Bronco production in the US.

Ford to move all small car production to Mexico

  Source: The Detriot News Ford Motor Co. President and CEO Mark Fields on Wednesday confirmed Ford will end small-car production in the United States by shifting it all to
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EPA Closure of Last Lead Smelting Plant to Impact Ammunition Production

  Source: The New American | By  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is not content to infringe on property rights; recent actions taken against the country’s last
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Russia’s new passenger plane cheaper, lighter and stronger than rivals

  Source: PressTV Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev attends a ceremony to present the Irkut MC-21 mid-range jet airliner at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant (Irkut Corporation) in Irkutsk, Russia, on
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ObamaTrade Details Unveiled, Officials Warn “It’s Worse Than We Thought”

Zero Hedge | Tyler Durden | 11/05/2015 15:10 -0500 “The Trans-Pacific Partnership means that America will write the rules for 21st century trade,” according to President Obama, but as Reuters reports, U.S. unions,
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7,231,000 Lost Jobs: Manufacturing Employment Down 37% From 1979 Peak

Source: CNS News Terence P. Jeffrey | May 12, 2015 | 1:23 PM EDT The number of jobs in manufacturing has declined by 7,231,000–or 37 percent–since employment in manufacturing peaked
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The Death Of The Rust Belt

By Michael Snyder Republic Broadcasting Network Their names are familiar to all of us: Cleveland, Flint, Youngstown, Saginaw, Gary, Toledo, Reading, Akron, Flint and Buffalo were all once booming manufacturing
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