There is No Return to Normal for the US Economy
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the odds of Trump winning the election are slim at best no matter what he does.
The Greatest Generation
What does Make America Great Again really mean?
If elected, who will Donald tRUMP blame when he fails to bring back the jobs and “Make America Great Again”?
Since 1979, 88-percent of America’s factory jobs were lost to automation, not China and Mexico.
I agree with Hillary Clinton when it comes to closing down the dirty, dangerous coal-mining industry
Jobs in the coal mining industry make up about 0.14 percent of all full time jobs in the United States.
The Propaganda War against Labor Unions—Part 3 of 3
It is arguable that there are not enough union workers in the United States to be a factor that would lead to higher unemployment rates or real estate values.
The Propaganda War against Labor Unions—Part 1 of 3
Although support for labor unions has declined from 72% in 1936 to 53%, it helps to be aware that for decades there has been an ongoing propaganda war in the media that has consistently attacked both public and private sector labor unions.
The Propaganda War against Labor Unioins—Viewed As Single Page
Every American worker should belong to a labor union and earn higher wages, have paid vacations, medical, sick leave and a retirement plan.
A few men with the power of gods and a lot less jobs for the rest of us
If you had a choice, who would you vote for to rule the world—a government guided by the Bill of Rights that was written to protect the people from their own government or billionaire oligarchs and corporations that don’t answer to the Bill of Rights?
More than a novel—an education about what will happen to the U.S. without labor unions and justice
The coal industry is plundering Appalachia. It is a tragedy what the greedy, cold blooded corporate industry is doing to both the environment and the people who live there.
Does anyone ever question what political party in the United States does the best job dealing with poverty and why?
Workers in Right to Work states earn about $5,300 a year less, have less health care with higher poverty rates, and work related deaths are 51% higher because unions can’t speak up about worker safety.