From a study at Georgetown University. "The supply has actually remained
steady over the past 30 years, the researchers conclude from an analysis of six
longitudinal surveys conducted by the U.S. government from 1972 to 2005.
However, the highest-performing students in the pipeline are opting out of
science and engineering in greater numbers than in the past, suggesting that the
threat to American economic competitiveness comes not from inadequate science
training in school and college but from a lack incentives that would make
science and technology careers attractive." If we ever
want to get this country straightened around, we need to stop business from
killing our labor pools, and storing surplus labor on welfare. Our
current immigration laws were written in 1996. AP knows it, they are trying to
prove they are out of date, their not.
Money is called currency because it has to flow. The reservoirs of money that
the very wealthy have has too much water retention.
@happy2bhere--half our college graduates are from foreign countries.
Traditionally our immigrants have been of the "tired, poor, hungry, huddled
masses type." What we need now is to attract to this country people who have
received a good education in their homeland. Or even here, and hope they stay.
People who can speak English as well as their native language. Ones trained as
engineers, technicians, scientists, ect. I remember Bill Gates of Microsoft
alluded to this a while back. We are a first world country and to stay that way
we cannot continue to be the welfare office for the third world.
so liberals ...show me some good news....anything??? Barack is killing this
country month by month and it DOESN'T have to be this way. The US has LOADS
of energy on PUBLIC land that is being held hostage by Barack and is radicals
and that alone would sustain life in so many many communities in this country.