Thursday, October 28, 2010

Secretary Of Labor Hilda Solis Skirts The Law...hell no! she breaks the law! period!

The economy has created just 654,000 jobs so far this year. At that rate, the U.S. wouldn’t recoup the 8.4 million jobs lost in 2008 and 2009 until June 2017. ~  From Hot Indie News August 9, 2010
Pretty scary jobs picture...until June 2017, whew!  But that's OK the Obama administration is taking care of that even if they have to break the law...says so right here:
So now we have a Secretary of Labor skirting the law and on top of that she can care less about Americans getting a job...says so right here: straight out of the Department of Labor's own website!  Let me remind you, the Department of Labor has no business interfering in the affairs of another country...again, skirting the law!
In fact no agency of the United States government has any business with the internal affairs of another country...none! zero! zilch! nada!  But the Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis continues to ignore Americans and concentrates her efforts in places like Nicargua and even goes so far as to offer $4 million to combat child labor in Jordan!  Nicaragua?  Jordan?  What about Michigan or Rhode Island?

International Scene
"Better Work" for Nicaragua
During a panel discussion at the Labor Department on Wednesday, Secretary Solis and General Alvaro Baltodano of Nicaragua discussed the significance and challenges of the "Better Work" program in creating more and better jobs in the garment industry of Nicaragua. Solis emphasized that the U.S. cannot maintain and improve the conditions of its workers without doing so for workers around the world, adding that a stable global economy that provides good jobs for everyone at home and abroad is needed. Baltodano thanked the Secretary for the department's support and agreed that the program was a win-win for his country. "Nicaragua joins those countries that embrace what is considered a gold standard for the respect of labor rights in the garment sector," said Solis.
Competitive Solicitation for $4 Million to Combat Child Labor in Jordan
The Department of Labor's Bureau of International Labor Affairs announced a $4 million competitive grant solicitation seeking applications from qualified organizations for innovative strategies to combat the worst forms of child labor in Jordan. Applicants will be assessed on the design of strategies that meet the scope of work criteria and includes addressing goals to combat child labor.

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