The Sunday LA Times had a front page article about how workers in the LA factories are making about $6 hr making garments for companies Forever 21, TJ Max and Marshalls. A few weeks ago USA Today had an article about how truckers transporting cargo from LA and Long Beach ports to stores like Costco and other large retailers are paid as contractors and make little after paying all kinds of fees.
We are told that we are in a 4% employment economy,yet wages stay stagnant ,and employers seem to have the upper hand.
The corporate media has been pushing a story of dreamers—they are all great people—around 20----they all came here when they were two or three years old–they all want to go to collage. Anything strange about this narrative?How did so many of these kids come here—
The corporate media create a narrative that serves their interest. The corporate media also create a narrative that divides America. And the corporate media create a narrative that serves both political parties.
How about the US stop the flow of GUNS to Mexico and playing a major role in destabilizing Mexico and South America. Or is this counter to corporate interests.
The best economic and security policy for the common people of the US is a economically strong Mexico and South America.