March 10, 2010
Keep America Weird
“When the textile mill goes, so does a way of life.” So reads today’s headline in USA Today.
During the President’s State of the Union, one thing he said stuck with me, “We need to export more goods.” We do. The situation highlighted in USA Today isn’t just a problem in North Carolina’s textile mills. It’s a nationwide epidemic. By supporting local agriculture, small, local businesses, and American-made goods, we’re using our buying power to keep our country relevant. Period. Read this article, and Keep America Weird.