At few times in our nation's history has the cry for jobs - and the need to organize those doing the crying - been more apparent and more possible.
The main sections of capital, like right-wing extremism that does its bidding, are comfortable with a slow-growth economy - but they can be beat.
Corporate taxes are not too high - they are way too low. In fact the majority of big corporations operating in the U.S. pay no taxes at all. That's right: zero.
Give a business owner a million dollars a day in "incentives" - if no one is coming into the store, the owner will not create a single new job.
Somehow, an NBC sitcom about U.S. jobs going overseas is becoming a hit.
Comprehensive energy and climate policies, and infrastructure spending on clean transportation, could create 3.7 million jobs in the U.S., a new study shows.
Capitalism was good to the 74 wealthiest Americans whose pay was five times bigger than the previous year, while most working-class people were catching hell in the Great Recession.
As the holiday season approaches, it's Grinch time for unemployed workers and their families, thanks to congressional Republicans.
Recommended films: the thrilling Chinese "Aftershock," the emotionally powerful "ANPO: Art X War," "Client 9," and the latest by John Sayles.
There are clear differences between the Democrats and Republicans in the Nov. 2 elections.