Monthly Archives: April 2014

No U.S. Intervention in Venezuela!

The U.S. government’s funding of right-wing, anti-labor forces in Venezuela is consistent with its long history of intervening in the affairs of Latin American and Caribbean countries. On the one hand, Washington’s aim is to bolster and fortify dependent regimes … Continue reading

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Do We Want a Government of Killing, or a Government of Caring?

The following is a signed post by Howard M. Greenebaum, an author and newspaper columnist from Oakland, California, and a member of the Emergency Labor Network Steering Committee. Do We Want a Government of Killing, or a Government of Caring? (This … Continue reading

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Mobilize Now to Pressure Congress to Extend Unemployment Compensation!

On April 7, the Senate voted 59–38 to restore emergency benefits for the long-term unemployed. While the bill is grossly inadequate—among other problems it extends coverage only until June—it nevertheless is essential that it be adopted by the House of … Continue reading

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