On her monthly appearance on America’s Work Force Radio, perennial Green Party presidential nominee Dr. Jill Stein provided insight on the current political climate between republicans and democrats. She discussed the problems of both parties and said they are in a “two-party tailspin.” Dr. Stein then explained why rank choice voting is the solution to their problems.
Tom Germuska, Jr. with The Labor Citizen also appeared on the Nov. 14 edition of AWF. Germuska discussed the results of the midterm election and how Ohio’s building trades retained their majority of supporters in the state senate. He spoke about The Labor Citizen’s upcoming Ohio Apprentice Directory, which spotlights the apprenticeship model to show readers how a registered apprenticeship program is a great alternative to college. By successfully applying to a registered building trades apprenticeship program, men and women can earn and learn, as they begin down a career pathway that will provide them the opportunity to live a middle-class life.
Show host Ed “Flash” Ferenc discussed about Amazon’s economic weight, how the online retailer will building its new H2 headquarters in two different cities – New York City and Arlington, Va.
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