Would you be interested in helping to do a weekly news channel on free trade agreements and non-immigrant guest workers?

It will take all of us working together to get our politicians and our citizens to realize what really is happening in the American highly skilled job market.

I believe we can do that with about 4 to 8 people willing to help produce this weekly news channel.

As you can see, my first attempt was very rough and that is not good enough.

We also could use $290.00 to upgrade the vmix software to vmix HD which will allow us to bring more material online at one time.



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While I understand the anger, no good can come from this on either side.

A 13-year-old girl identified as Dhriti was in coma and fighting for her life after the attack in Sunnyvale on Tuesday, police said on Friday according to Mercury News.
The girl’s father and 9-year-old brother, identified as Prakhar, were also hurt, according to police. One of the eight people injured was listed as Rajesh Narayan, 45, but it was not known if he was related to the two children.
The driver of the car, Isiah Peoples “intentionally targeted the victims based on their race and his belief that they were of the Muslim faith,” Sunnyvale police chief Phan Ngo said according to local ABC7 TV station.
Peoples was produced in a San Jose court on Friday and charged with attempted murder.
ABC7 TV quoted police as saying that Peoples was on his way to a Bible study group when he drove his car into the pedestrians.
It reported that after the crash, a witness said she heard Peoples say, “Thank you Jesus, praise Jesus.”
The newspaper quoted Ngo as saying that Peoples told detectives that he meant to hit the victims and did not show any remorse. He said that Peoples did not have a known criminal history or make any alarming social media posts.

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