This article analyzes the effects of trade barriers and immigration policy on economy and jobs, in the light of recent WTO rulings. Highlights, how governmental and special interest collide with the interests of common people when it comes trade and immigration. Effectively shows, why open trade and immigration are good for everyone. Explains the direct and constructive relationship between trade and immigration, and jobs and growth.

This article analyzes the issues attached to international and regional trade agreements, in the light of proposed trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific trade and investment agreements, being negotiated, recently. Provides a broader and deeper historical perspective. Discusses the Economics and finances of trade. Highlights its effects on job creation, quality of products and services, creativity, innovation, standards of living and prices.

This article analyzes the two fundamental constitutional responsibilities of United States government, promotion of trade and protection of personal property. Emphasizes the fact , no where in constitution, it is mentioned that the responsibility of U.S. government is to police the world or infringe on personal property like money. Successfully relates the growing size of government with it’s ever increasing malfunction. Points out that the big governments like United States are the biggest hurdle in promotion of peace and stability in the world and the true welfare of their own people.

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