Chicago: City of makers

My hometown and most favorite city on the planet….

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Chicago is on the forefront of the “Makers” movement. John Carpenter from the Chicago Tribune’s Blue Sky Innovation section joined Patti Vasquez to talk about the “Makers” culture in Chicago:

[audio http://cdn.tribtv.com/wgnam/podcasts/pattivasquez/PV-JohnCarpenter-051214.mp3]

ChicagoSkyline-30318613 Chicago’s skyline, and the lakefront, Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. (Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune)

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Remains committed to carrying on the lifelong work of our founder, "Our mission to combat indifference, intolerance, and injustice around the world". World economic and financial power is to some extent up for grabs by the highest bidders and most of the time, trade rules are more negotiable than the change of stubborn political powers. Resistant to change is still a major factor to create an open and honest government “one that answers to peoples”. Guns are not always solutions to settle dispute between Governments. It is time to look beyond the guns to settle disputes among us. It is time to convert the world's military powers into peaceful police force. All the funds being spent on missiles and tanks; shall be spent on education and creating meaningful jobs. Opening up boarders for all nations throughout the world is a key factor to freedom for all human kind. Peoples, in general, want a change for better, willing to contribute to our societies and to make our world a better place for all. Ultimate solution to our true world democracy is “World without Boarders”.
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