The USA was founded by Men who were highly skilled SciTech Humanists. They wrote the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution based on their SciTech Humanist perspectives, while living in a skill-based economy that produced unique products.
America dealt with the social, political and economic consequences of building a rational Nation in an irrational world, while surviving in a labor-based industrial economy that produced replicas and personal services.
American schooling must learn to accommodate the transition from a labor-based, static, employee/consumer economy to a SciTech-driven, expanding, entrepreneurial (producer of goods that sell) economy that can support the U.S. in the 21st Century.
• 2014:4.7 million unfilled SciTech-driven Jobs (Entrepreneurial Employees)
The U.S. Labor Department reported that there are 4.7 million unfilled jobs available in the U.S. today. That is more than enough jobs to jump-start America's stalled economy. And, 92% of these jobs do not require more than an 8th grade education. However, Employers lack the tools to accurately identify potential SciTech employees who can generate an annual Return on their employee investment of 2–3 times an employee's annual wages (ROI). Employersknow that College Degrees identify the better students. Better students make good routine-driven public employees/public servants, and staff publicly supported enterprises. Better students make lousy SciTech Employees. America's "Mommie Dearest" schools' "Rote and Regurgitation", driven by "conform and comply or good-bye", do not build competitive SciTech skill-sets or thriving global economies.
What you can do – with what you know “creates” SciTech skill-sets
Theauthors of Keys to the Kingdom of America are from the SciTech World of Silicon Valley, California. Computers, technology and developing on-the-fly skill-sets are the "tools of their trade" (and, a way of Life). Resume and References (PDF; 3 pages)
The "Birthing" of a SciTech Nation
Thebirthing of the USA in 1776 caused a major Schism in
the Western World between —
Thosewho supported a God as described by Man in the
King James Bible AV — versus — Those who supported a
God as described by Nature in America's Declaration
of Independence, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. Godas described by Nature (Science) expects His Children
to demonstrate an appreciation for their God-given capabilities
and God's Gifts, while respecting their temporal obligations
and responsibilities — “Godhelps those who help themselves”
which enabled the USA to build the largest Middle Class in
the History of Man. During that time (1950-2000), 85% of
Americans believed they were in the Middle Class. And,
those who were not — felt they could get there. You still can
get into the U.S. Middle Class. "Learn How-To Here!"
America'sMiddle Class began to seriously erode in 2000 and today is almost entirely composed of Public Officials, Public employees and subsidized public servants/contractors, as in Florida. Countiesor States whose private-sectors don't produce products-that-sell have to borrow to buy or depend on Federal subsidies and aid — like Florida. Theroad to the Middle Class is still an open-road. On-ramp locations are available at Learn How-To Here. The road to America's Middle Class is well-paved, well-marked and well-lighted for those who will put forth the effort to become a "Contender".
There are two lanes on the road
to the Middle Class. You can
choose which to travel. They are —
1) The Fast-Lane, which is paved by SciTech workforce competencies for Contenders, and
2) The more stable, reliable Inside-Lane whose traditional conventions support and provide access to slow-change and financial security. TheInside-Lane is paved by individual Rights and Protections that ensure that all Men are created equal and they should be judged according to their demonstrated capabilities and appropriate aspirations — as should Women. Youcan "Learn How-To Here" and make either or both, the Fast-Lane and the Inside-Lane, work for you.
Making the world abetter place — The American Way.
“Better”— that can’t be measured — doesn’t exist.
Abraham Lincoln said,"The U.S. Constitution must be viewed through the lens of the Declaration of Independence." ("All men are created equal" -- as are all women. They are not the same.) "...that this nation, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth." America is not dead, yet, so a rebirth may not be necessary. But, a Renaissance is certainly in order.
I am an American.Don't Tread on Me. I have the "i"s to "C" (intelligence, integrity,
intestinal fortitude to initiate and Compete). TheGadsden Flag's Motto "Don't Tread on Me"
was the battle cry of the Colonial Army (1976 –
1783) as it won America's freedom from the
English Empire. (No connection to Tea Party.)
Gadsden Flag Pin Award
The Gadsden Flag Pin will be awarded to those
individuals who Consort, financially support, or
invest in resurrecting the Promise of America via
"Learn How-To Here" and/or the affiliate services
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Not To Be An American, "Consort".)
“An American Renaissance begins with the resurrection
of respect forthe American Declaration of Independence.”