NPR Reveals Duke Study
Burnt Fries? Who cares about product quality, when executives and investors can reap personal profits by replacing educated Americans with plenty of cheap, foreign workers by importing H1B's or outsourcing jobs
NPR's Morning Edition, April 30, 2007 · Why are so many engineering jobs being sent overseas and why are so many smart, educated Americans unemployed or underemployed? Leaders of tech companies say the United States does not produce enough engineers. But a Duke University study says the real issueis cheap labor. Click below to listen to Vivek Wadhwa discuss his study's findings
and blamed this downword spiral in quality on "the system." So why are we rewarding "the system" of journalists who fail to report on the backdoor deals between the tech lobby (TechNet) and the Beltway that are selling out America's educated middle class? What rewards do these journalists reap to continue to withhold frontpage headlines that reveal the truth about this economic disaster for tens of millions of our educated professionals? When will we hold our elected officials accountable over this smooch-fest between greedy executives and politicians?
MSM Journalists need to start framing this issue with headlines such as:
-What are those 17,000 laid off Citigroup employees up to now?
-Why are the Democrats handing the populist message over to Republican Lou Dobbs?
-WTF is Nancy Pelosi doing by selling out educated American computer scientists by schmoozing with the tech lobby?
-Why do Democrats hate unions and embrace "so called" Free Trade?
Just a start.