Monday, February 3, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Paul McGuire
February 3, 2014

America is in a rapid state of decline and that decline is not due to one political party or another. Nor is it due to any one President or administration. The decline of America has been coming like a railroad train traveling down its track for over a century, blowing its whistle loudly to announce its arrival at the station. Like in the old black and white Western movie classic High Noon, a train full of outlaws is coming down the track to a town called America. However, unlike the movie, there appears to be no hero or heroes to protect the town.

2014 could be the most important year in our nation’s history because there is both a convergence and acceleration of forces that could change America and the world as we know it forever. First, there is the very real prospect of a major economic crisis. The initial acceleration of this crisis began with the Republican administration of George Bush, Sr. where self-proclaimed conservatives like Newt Gingrich launched economic policies like the World Trade Organization (WTO), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and GATT. These economic policies allowed for American corporations to begin outsourcing American jobs, manufacturing, and businesses to Mexico, China, and other nations. With the loss of manufacturing jobs like the auto industry, building appliances, and retail manufacturing countless high-paying union jobs were moved out of the U.S. The result is that today Detroit looks like something from the movie Robocop because all the high paying unionized auto manufacturing jobs left the country, causing massive unemployment. High paying manufacturing jobs in almost every sector have been sent overseas, and despite all the empty rhetoric about training people for new jobs, the only jobs available are minimum wage and part time.

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