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- A Cynical Look At Labor And Capital These Days
Big Disclaimer I'm not saying most entrepreneurs are like this. There are a lot of great, conscientious, patriotic American entrepreneurs and corporate leaders. Some of the good people are right here in this community. They care about their ...
Forum topic - Poet - Sep 27 2011 - 4:09am - 12 comments
- Moore: America Is Not Broke....[...or is it?...]
Michael Moore, published a rousing speech yesterday in Wisconsin (March 5th) "America is Not Broke" http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-moore/america-is-not-broke_b_832006.html It is a great rabble rousing ...
Forum topic - mainebob - Mar 6 2011 - 11:05pm - 40 comments
- Fighting the 5 Fascisms...
Here's a great article... It's a sad story that real [successful] actions are NOT taking place to solve our current 3E's dilemma... Fighting the 5 Fascisms in Wisconsin and Ohio by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman ...
Forum topic - mainebob - Feb 21 2011 - 2:30pm - 38 comments
- Wisconson - sign of more to come?
Do you think that unrest from working class people will settle down after whatever outcome happens in the Dairy State? Or will other states try and follow suit....with potentially more serious protests? Is this the beginning of a new movement........? I ...
Forum topic - PetraViolet - Feb 18 2011 - 11:44am - 310 comments
- Robotics and computerization impact on definition of money
Chris, I recall that you defined money as a claim on human labor. How do robotics and computerization affect that definition? Re: Robotics and computerization impact on definition of ... I would think they have the same impact as any ...
Forum topic - r58black - Feb 12 2010 - 2:45pm - 1 comment
- American labor consciousness
Today the NYT has an article exploring why American workers are so docile in the face of such abusive treatment as they've recieved from the system. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/05/weekinreview/05greenhouse.html?ref=todayspaper I ...
Forum topic - RussB - Apr 5 2009 - 3:56am - 1 comment
- As GM Goes, So Goes the Nation
Bruce Springsteen touched on the future of the U.S. auto industry in his classic "Glory Days." My old man worked 20 years on the line And they let him go Now everywhere he goes out looking for work They just tell him that he's ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Feb 26 2009 - 8:42pm - 3 comments