Labor's Pains

Monday, September 30, 2013

Song for the night: Simon and Garfunkel - Bleecker's Street

Speech on GOP Threat to Shut Down Government



That's why we sent her there.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Song For the Night: Kenny Loggins "Conviction of the Heart" (MuzikNusantara)

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TT: Full Throttle Book Trailer Nicole Winters



This is a close personal friend who has a wonderful new book out. It is also available to the right.

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The move to subvert funds from the public.

Mash of Ted Cruz filibuster: your tax dollars at work.

IBEW, Manufacturer Partnership Brings Jobs Back from China

Shadows of Liberty - Trailer

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MSNBC Chris Hayes Explains Obamacare For Dummies Fox & Friends

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Song for the Night: Lindsey Buckingham - Live in Minneapolis - End of Time



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Violent Tea Party Mob Attacks Media. (Raw)


VOICES: Organize the South or die

As the AFL-CIO and its affiliates contemplate the future of the labor movement, national labor leaders should look to the South for a glimpse of what that future might be. Workers in the South have the lowest wages, the fewest worker protections, and the least union representation. For decades, southern states have been "right to work for less" and have limited or denied their public employees the right to collectively bargain. Given the region's culture and laws, unions have not invested heavily in organizing the region. And so, it's no surprise that voters in the South keep electing state and federal officials who vote time and again against workers' interests.


The anti-worker culture of the South has an impact far beyond the Mason-Dixon line. Southern Tea Party conservatives block progressive policies in Congress. Companies are increasingly moving to the South in order to lower labor costs and avoid union contracts. And more states are adopting the union-busting laws that originated in the South and now form the basis for ALEC model bills.

More here: http://www.southernstudies.org/2013/09/voices-organize-the-south-or-die.html



Huey Long assassinated this day in 1935


SC Student Calls out Michelle Rhee

Saturday, September 7, 2013

No More Cloudy Days-The Eagles

Glenn Greenwald on the End of Internet Privacy

Life Of Brian - Spat At In The Face!



BEN: You lucky, lucky bastard.
BRIAN: What?
BEN: Proper little jailer's pet, aren't we?
BRIAN: What do you mean?
BEN: You must have slipped him a few shekels, eh?
BRIAN: Slipped him a few shekels? You saw him spit in my face!
BEN: Ohh! What wouldn't I give to be spat at in the face! I sometimes hang
awake at night dreaming of being spat at in the face.
BRIAN: Well, it's not exactly friendly, is it? They had me in manacles!
BEN: Manacles! Ooh oooh oh oh. My idea of heaven is to be allowed to be
put in manacles... just for a few hours. They must think the sun shines out o' your arse, sonny.
BRIAN: Oh, lay off me. I've had a hard time!
BEN: You've had a hard time?! I've been here five years! They only hung me
the right way up yesterday! So, don't you come 'rou--
BRIAN: All right. All right.
BEN: They must think you're Lord God Almighty.
BRIAN: What will they do to me?
BEN: Oh, you'll probably get away with crucifixion.
BRIAN: Crucifixion?!
BEN: Yeah, first offence.
BRIAN: Get away with crucifixion?! It's--
BEN: Best thing the Romans ever did for us.
BRIAN: What?!
BEN: Oh, yeah. If we didn't have crucifixion, this country would be in a
right bloody mess.
BRIAN: Guards!
BEN: Nail him up, I say!

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