World’s First FPV Drone Race Set Against the NYC Skyline to be Held July 30-31, 2016

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Following the success of the second New York City Drone Film Festival, Yeah Drones is announcing the Liberty Cup FPV Drone Race set for July 30/31. They have partnered with the Liberty Science Center to bring you a high octane combination of virtual reality, video gaming and STEM-education.

Competitions will be held in MINIQUAD RACING & FREESTYLE.

Registration for RACING and FREESTYLE is now open.

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Elizabeth Ciobanu

I cover breaking news in the drone industry, interview experts in the field to learn from them for myself, and to help spread the love of drones.

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    The financialization of the American economy

    American De-Industrialization
    Continues Unabated

    “Hollowing Out” in U.S. Manufacturing

    American real economy collapse

    America’s economic elite has long argued that the country does not need an industrial base. The economies in states such as California and Michigan that have lost their industrial base, however, belie that claim. Without an industrial base, an increase in consumer spending, which pulled the country out of past recessions, will not put Americans back to work. Without an industrial base, the nation’s trade deficit will continue to grow. Without an industrial base, stranded in low-paying service-sector jobs. Without an industrial base, the United States will be increasingly dependent on foreign manufacturers.

    Wall Street bankers destroyed the real economy of the United States

    The Financialization of the Economy Hurts Manufacturing

    Corrupt politicians have become the puppet of the Wall Street bankers.

    Over the past 35 years, the American ruling class, represented by Democratic as well as Republican governments, has dismantled much of the industrial infrastructure of the country. It has shifted its money-making activities increasingly to parasitic and non-productive forms of financial speculation.

    The financialization of the US economy—its increasing domination by a handful of Wall Street banks and hedge funds—has been dramatic. In 1980, the financial industry accounted for only 6 percent of corporate profits. Today it accounts for close to 50 percent.

    As manufacturing was dismantled and economic activity shifted more and more to financial manipulation, the enrichment of the financial-corporate elite was increasingly separated from the creation of real value through the process of production.

    The TPP would be the final death blow to American manufacturing

  • STEM

    The financialization of the American economy

    American De-Industrialization
    Continues Unabated

    “Hollowing Out” in U.S. Manufacturing

    American real economy collapse

    America’s economic elite has long argued that the country does not need an industrial base. The economies in states such as California and Michigan that have lost their industrial base, however, belie that claim. Without an industrial base, an increase in consumer spending, which pulled the country out of past recessions, will not put Americans back to work. Without an industrial base, the nation’s trade deficit will continue to grow. Without an industrial base, stranded in low-paying service-sector jobs. Without an industrial base, the United States will be increasingly dependent on foreign manufacturers.

    Wall Street bankers destroyed the real economy of the United States

    The Financialization of the Economy Hurts Manufacturing

    Corrupt politicians have become the puppet of the Wall Street bankers.

    Over the past 35 years, the American ruling class, represented by Democratic as well as Republican governments, has dismantled much of the industrial infrastructure of the country. It has shifted its money-making activities increasingly to parasitic and non-productive forms of financial speculation.

    The financialization of the US economy—its increasing domination by a handful of Wall Street banks and hedge funds—has been dramatic. In 1980, the financial industry accounted for only 6 percent of corporate profits. Today it accounts for close to 50 percent.

    As manufacturing was dismantled and economic activity shifted more and more to financial manipulation, the enrichment of the financial-corporate elite was increasingly separated from the creation of real value through the process of production.

    The TPP would be the final death blow to American manufacturing