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Dec 6, 2012 - Issue 497
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: Blaming the Workers until the Bitter End - Company has a Long History of Not Being the Hostess with the Mostest
To add insult to injury, the company announced it intended to pay $1.75 million in bonuses to 19 of its executives.
Political Cartoon - Iron Dome By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
Workers Win a Living Wage Victory in Texas
Every time this living wage concept has come up, it has been tied directly to unions and the union movement by the powers of Corporate America.
Marvin Miller, Curt Flood and the Baseball Hall of Fame
The players, in this ‘game,’ were blessed to have had the leadership of Marvin Miller.
Weary of the War on Christmas
The Puritan Parliament banned Christmas from 1659 until 1681.
Is the Real Meaning of Kwanzaa Being Lost?
Kwanzaa is above all a cultural practice not a commercial one.
Enslaved People Built That
Path finding requires answers to the question of what has been the history of U.S. economics in relationship to individual effort and government involvement.
We witnessed the Republican’s idea of “working together” and it is not working together.
Class Warfare and Victories for the Everyday People
It is a struggle based upon the needs and human rights of the many versus the insatiable greed and lust for power of the few.
Political Cartoon - POTUS Bops By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
Let The White People Go
Let’s give those Whites who want to live separately the entire state of Texas, and if that’s not enough let’s give them South Carolina.
Global Neoliberalism: “The Nation of an American Empire”
Neoliberalism’s business of “freeing of people” flourished with the flames from Little Boy and Fat Man.
Animated Political Cartoon - Pay Attention By Mark Fiore, San Francisco CA
Art: Grandma's Love By London Ladd, Syracuse NY
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