Sunday, June 23, 2024

Repress U., class of 2024

How to build a Homeland Security campus in seven more steps.

From Massachusetts, some tax-the-rich inspiration

The super rich, worldwide, are regularly cowing their critics. Bay Staters have pounded back.

UAW challenges Mercedes-Benz union vote, demands new election over alleged unfair practices

The United Auto Workers union is contesting a recent vote at Mercedes-Benz’s Alabama plant, citing numerous allegations of anti-union activities by the automaker.

How workers are revolutionizing the South

Local 1025 members shared firsthand accounts of how the union boosted their wages, gave them a voice, and kept them safe on the job.

Low-life Supremes openly break supreme perfidy records

Without term limits and strong ethics log,/ Our fate mimics that water-boiled frog.

Elon Musk’s ‘thermonuclear’ lawsuit forces Media Matters to lay off dozens amid financial strain

Months after Elon Musk’s defamation lawsuit, Media Matters announces layoffs, citing the financial burden of the ongoing legal battle.

How solidarity triumphs over corporate greed

“Stay the course. Even if it sometimes doesn’t feel like it, you are winning.”
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Bezos and Musk vs. workers

These corporations win this fight only if the public doesn’t know what’s happening.

Activists arrested in Capitol Hill protest urging Biden to cancel student debt and divest...

The Debt Collective’s protest underscores the urgent need for student debt relief and a reevaluation of U.S. military spending.

Why corporations choose lawlessness to fight unions

Workers at companies like Apple and Starbucks face armies of union-busting lawyers advising employers to repeatedly violate labor laws.