Readers, we have a serious unemployment problem in this country. The best solutions, such as National Hiring Day (called by Musea), or One Job For America suggest corporate responsibility as part of the solution.
That is something that the media refuses to talk about. They talk about individuals and the job problem, or the government reaction to the job problem, but hardly ever corporate responsibility in the job problem. Here is some discussion on the issue. More on my blog at
THE MEDIA IS PART OF THE PROBLEM
The media has become part of the jobs problem. They have refused to cover jobs solutions that contain corporate responsibility. Two main jobs idea are National Hiring Day and One Job For America.
The media is part of the problem. They have stopped being fair and balanced. Though they talk about jobs and the economy daily through hundreds of outlets, they can't find time to talk about workable job solutions IF they suggest corporate responsibility.
We have a unique problem here on this show, NPR, and other media outlets. The media's refusal to consider job solutions has become part of the jobs problem. The media is not balanced, and that's become a key part of the problem Example National Hiring Day
There is a solution to the jobs problem and it could quickly put hundreds of thousands of people back to work. But not as long as the media refuses to talk about it. It is not pro left or right. It is not from any corporation, it's outside the government control, it's totally voluntary, and helps all with little sacrifice from anyone.
National Hiring Day #2 is suggested for March 15,2011. This is a day that corporations are encouraged to hire new employees. Corporations are called on to put patriotism first and help their country in hard times. Those corporations that cannot hire, are asked to stop firing for that month.
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(editor of the 18 year old zine Musea)
ZINE, Named one of the best ZINES by UTNE magazine. Featured on ROCKETBOOM)
MUSIC, 5 full CD's of free Post-Bands Music)
BLOG for Musea, Art Contests, Weekly E-mail Messages)