Monthly Archives: August 2012

The U.S. Labor Movement Must Struggle Against Racism and White Supremacy to Rebuild its Strength!—Twelfth in a Series on Key Issues in 2012

As the U.S. and global economic crisis intensifies, the scapegoating of the most oppressed sections of the working class also intensifies. Racial profiling is a polite way of saying that Black and working class people of color are being targeted … Continue reading

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Hands Off Medicare and Social Security—Eleventh in a Series on Key Issues in 2012

Despite the many expressed fears that the Apocalypse awaits us and the alarmist predictions that we are about to go over the proverbial cliff when it comes to funding Medicare, Social Security and the other safety net programs, the fact … Continue reading

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Big Money Doesn’t Always Win Elections—10th in a Series on Key Issues in 2012

Much has been said and much has been written about the disastrous effects of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United, rendered on January 21, 2010. That decision, which allows unlimited contributions by corporations and the wealthy to political campaigns, … Continue reading

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