Minimum wage: Our leaders in Washington finally take action! At last, our political leaders in Washington are taking action for low-wage workers and the middle class, striking a bold blow for America’s historic values of … Read moreA Bold Shift in America’s Minimum Wage Debate
Populism: what is it and where can it be found? Mass movements don’t just appear out of the fog, fully grown, structured and mobilized. They emerge in fits and starts of populism over many years, … Read moreFinding Populism Today
Police turning into militarized standing armies? Attention citizens: I have received inside information revealing that global terrorists are targeting us again. Their target is not Washington, New York City or even Disneyland. Rather, it is: … Read moreMilitarizing America’s Police Forces
By Carl Gibson, Reader Supported News “Those who make nonviolent revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” — JFK “God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion.” — Thomas Jefferson “Power … Read moreTime for a Revolution
If greed is good, these Banksters are holy We used to have to worry about gangsters taking over cities in the U.S. Now it’s Banksters, and they’ve got the whole country on its knees. In … Read moreBanksters: Like Gangsters of Old, They Run the Place
All over the country, people—like the workers of Chicago’s New Era Windows—are building worker ownership cooperatives that root jobs in the communities that need them By Gar Alperovitz The workers of the just-formed New Era … Read moreA New Era of Worker Ownership?
Pre-Bastille Day Backyard Concert: 99%er Dave Lippman appears with 1%er Wild Bill Bailout in a “Fairly Unbalanced Cabaret,” July 13, 2012, 7pm, in Sacramento. Audiences of all ages have thrilled to the post-corporate comic stylings … Read morePre-Bastille Day Backyard Concert with Singer/Satirist Dave Lippman, July 13th, Sacramento