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Updated Job Data Analysis - January 2001 to April 2008

Updated jobs analysis: from January 2001 to April 2008, only 3.8 million private-sector jobs -- all accounted for by private health care bureaucracies, bars and restaurants.

Manufacturing lost -3.5 million jobs; more than 1-in-5 Manufacturing jobs were lost in the last 7 ¼ yrs.

Over the period:

Textile Mills lost -57.2% of their jobs;

Apparel manufacturers lost -56.8% of their jobs;

Communications Equipment manufacturers lost -46.9% of their jobs;

United States Universities Subsidizing The Competition

The below video exposes the University of Michigan recruiting and educating foreign nations in fields where companies are now laying off Americans. The video points out this is paid for by the US taxpayer, which begs the question, why is the US taxpayer subsidizing it's own economic destruction and why are our Universities, that we pay for, promoting this?

Further reading:

Are Our Universities Ours?