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Entries by Jonathan Tasini from 10/2006

How Bush Just Screwed 8 Million Workers

| Posted 10.03.2006 | Politics
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If you wanted another great reason to drive this Administration and its enablers from power, the Bush majority at the National Labor Relations Board h...

Lieberman Is No Friend of Israel

| Posted 10.06.2006 | Politics
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A couple of days ago, Joe Lieberman attacked Democratic Senate nominee Ned Lamont for supposedly not being a strong enough "supporter" of Israel becau...

Lou Dobbs Versus Robert Reich: Who's The Corporate Shill?

| Posted 10.11.2006 | Politics
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How do workers compete when skills are a sideshow to the relentless hammering down of wages? In the real world, the global economy is about one thing: labor costs.

Corporations Working Hard to Keep Chinese Slave Labor

| Posted 10.13.2006 | Politics
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The struggle over labor laws in China, and, by extension, the wage rates and working conditions of the Chinese worker, will have more impact on our lives, in the long term, than if the minimum wage is raised.

Health Care Crisis? Your Fault.

| Posted 10.18.2006 | Politics
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Sometimes, you wonder: is there no limit to a corporation's willingness to obfuscate? I opened up The New York Times today and on the op-ed page there...

Nancy Pelosi, Stop Drinking At The K Street Trough

| Posted 10.23.2006 | Huffington Post

There's an attitude out there that says, right now, it's just about winning and good Democrats should just shut up and not ask hard questions about what our party stands for.

Remembering Paul Wellstone

| Posted 10.25.2006 | Huffington Post

Paul had the moral compass to understand that attacking Iraq was immoral, unnecessary and would lead to the pointless deaths of tens of thousands of people.

Do Democrats Know The System Is Broken?

| Posted 10.30.2006 | Politics
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People are not going to support a party that simply replaces one machine sucking up to corporate power with another machine gobbling up corporate cash.