Daily Archives: April 14th, 2007

Saturday Science Fiction

Luv it, luv it, luv it!! Science fiction to me is like the Bible, Torah, Rig Veda, Quran, you name it to people who seek their own form of enlightenment!

So call me an out of touch idealist.

SciFi.com has a pageful of delightful goodies today to look over, and of course, the Saturday movies playing on the Sci-Fi Channel today are a combo of oldies that are goodies. At 9:00 p.m. tonight the headline movie is a new Clive Barker movie titled ‘The Plague’. Remember also that the classic Friday night line-up is returning April 20th when the Stargate shows return. This is the final season for SG-1, *wiping tear from my eye* )-; , but SG Atlantis is a worthy torch bearer. Enjoy.


Breaking news from Raw Story

I know this is Friday Science Class, but this is important to people who believe in civil rights for everyone, not just Americans.

H1B and H2B guest worker programs are designed for companies that have a shortage of skilled labor. The program enables them to import specialists from overseas, often for a fee through a broker.

This system is abused, and it abuses. After you read the following, think to yourself; Shouldn’t we be teaching what we used to teach in school during the 1950s, 60s and 70s so we can have skilled workers once again?

You be the judge.

Exclusive: ‘Human Trafficking’ Of Foreign Workers In U.S. State