Bad economic policy comes home to roost in Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley unemployment exceeds the national average, which shows that you can't build a healthy economy on outsourcing, h-1b visas, high taxes, nanny-state government, and training foreigners to do jobs that Americans are capable of, and should be, doing.

Unfortunately, Forbes magazine, which obviously has its own vested interests, gets it all wrong. This story calls for more of the same things (i.e., "globalization" and government intervention) that got us into this mess in the first place.

Forbes: Silicon Valley: So Long to Good Times

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