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AMAC Action Joins Forces With Job Creators Network

Posted on Friday, May 17, 2024
by AMAC Action
JCN; Job Creators Network

May 17, 2024

Washington, D.C. – AMAC Action and the Job Creators Network (JCN) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to advance both groups’ shared interests and advocate for the hard-working men and women who form the backbone of the American economy.

AMAC Action and JCN believe wholeheartedly in America’s system of free enterprise to provide economic opportunity for anyone willing to work hard to achieve their American Dream. Both organizations are committed to protecting small businesses and working families from high taxes and burdensome regulations that stifle growth and suffocate innovation.

AMAC Action and JCN also believe in empowering everyday Americans to become their own best advocates in their communities and in the halls of government. This mission starts with educating the public and teaching people the skills they need to hold their elected leaders accountable.

“AMAC Action and JCN have proven track records of achieving major policy wins. By working together on key issues, we can amplify our impact and do even more good for American seniors and small businesses. Given the significant threats the nation faces from big government policies, strategic partnerships like this one are needed more than ever,” said AMAC Action President Bob Carlstrom.

JCN CEO Alfredo Ortiz issued the following statement: “JCN is honored to join with AMAC Action to work together to uphold conservative principles and fight back against big government. Small businesses and seniors are among the nation’s biggest victims of liberal policies. By joining forces to fight together on tactical issues, JCN and AMAC Action are better positioned to defeat these threats and preserve American economic vitality.”

Together, AMAC Action and JCN pledge to continue guarding against excessive government overreach and help create more economic opportunity for all Americans.

For media inquiries please contact Alyssa Lopresti: [email protected], 631-337-0106

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Rob citizenship
Rob citizenship
1 month ago

Good article , Well done AMAC Action, I started to design and make tools in the 1970’s when I was in my twenties. Made tools for carpentry,plumbing , electrical and mechanical use ; have made parts for navigation instruments , weather instruments, and microscopes as well I wrote the following Work Ethic for Toolmakers a few years ago. I reckon it is in the same spirit with the article. ” A Work Ethic for Toolmakers”. – Making tools that are necessary to accomplish mechanical tasks ; to advance and increase knowledge by building things that are needed and thereby improving the economy ; in the support of public safety and the defense of freedom through the encouragement of craftsmanship and good citizenship; contributing to the betterment of life through development of mental and physical skills by designing, making and using tools for good purposes.. It is good that Job Creators Network and AMAC Action joined forces to make improvements where needed.

How’s that job
How’s that job
1 month ago

job Creators?
‘I hope you people get a flash mob in front of your stores and they take everything lol

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