Indeed there is civil unrest! Workers cry out for justice, as workloads grow and wages stagnate while owners' profits soar, as jobs are sent overseas.
Like the toad who wants to be the handsome prince, the lobbying group disguised as a business association was seduced by romantic Ayn Rand visions of sugar plum profits dancing at the mere idea of a white knight prancing into view.
My mother and stepfather live in Festus, Mo. They are working class folks.
Edward H. Elkind, 81, a Marxist activist and teacher who also worked as a computer programmer and advocated such causes as D.C. home rule, rent control, public housing and public health clinics, died Oct. 8.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate approved wording in the National Defense Authorization Bill, which should anger all Americans.
Hooray for the Occupy movement and the general uprising against corporate greed! It's having an impact.
"Hugo" and "The Decendants" get two thumbs up. "Melancholia" on the other hand gets two thumbs down.
In times like these some might ask: does a strategic focus on defeating right-wing extremism continue to make sense? I think so, and here's why.
A Muppets encounter with the Occupy movement might have made for a more interesting reboot of the franchise.
Two million desperate job hunters will, on Jan 1, 2012, lose the only lifeline that keeps them and their families surviving.