Route 90 Run-N-Gun Tour cont… We sped along, stopping in South Bend, Indiana, where I talked with a teacher from St. Joseph’s High School there. He said the standard tuition at the school is $6,000 a year, far beyond the reach of many kids in the area. However, he lobbied for partial scholarships for low income Hispanic youths. And the administration went along. This year four Hispanic youth were given scholarships, with the possibility of more next year… We then headed on to Elkhart, Indiana, where there is a 16% unemployment rate. Driving into town, we noticed a graphic’s shop with a billboard that read: “We Make Signs for Money!” I then went to a downtown plaza where I passed out campaign cards to people sitting at tables around a small hot dog stand. The sign on the hot dog stand: “Dogs for Dollars.” Apparently when you’re living in a depressed town, you have to be pretty direct about needing money. Note: Our economy position paper reflects a new approach to the economy. One that could provide jobs for practically everyone.