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Uploaded on Jun 29, 2011
Part 1 of 2. Carl Person, an attorney and small businessman, is seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for President 2012, and explains how millions of jobs can be created right now, without any new statutes and without any governmental money. What every small businessperson knows, but nobody in Washington DC knows, is that the needed jobs can be created by eliminating unnecessary regulation of small business. This video gives more detail in why we need to end all regulation of post-secondary (post-high school) programs to train students for employment or for self-employment. The only regulation would be by civil or criminal actions for commonlaw fraud. Candidate Person developed a curriculum to train students how to become the assistant to the owner of a small business, which if created by small businesses and taught throughout the US would create millions of jobs with the nation's 26 million small businesses. It would create a pool of millions of trained persons who could and would be hired by small business, knowing that a trained replacement was always available. Because of the burdensome regulation of vocational schools, the necessary training programs cannot be started. The nation's colleges are unable to teach such a multi-disciplinary program because it has hundreds of topics, some only 5 or 10 minutes long. Also, Person's program to end all regulation of small business financing would enable small business to obtain the money they need to hire millions of new employees. These and other restrictions on small business financing have prevented small business from growing and increasing their hiring of employees. Also, Person advocates the eliminating of all regulation as to the first three employees of any employer (or household), naming his program: The 1st 3 Are Free. Person also makes a plea for volunteers to help save the economy. See his website at carlperson.org