January 18, 2016

IS 23-CENTS-AN-HOUR CHEAP LABOR OR SLAVE LABOR? That’s the minimum wage in the African nation of Ghana and it’s why long-time Clinton confidant Cheryl Mills thinks investors should invest in that nation’s textile industry. Her firm, BlackIvy LLC, was established after she and Hillary Clinton left the State Department in 2013 and specializes in consulting work in West African nations.  Talk about cheap labor? That ought to devastate what’s left of the textile industry here in the U.S. Richard Pollock of the Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group has the rest of the story.

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