It is amazing to me that, with all the very public knowledge begging for serious questioning of the integrity of Walmart, that D.C. elected officials and community leaders are all accepting the company's propaganda campaigns.
In the U.S. today, women are paid only 78 cents on the dollar that men make. If the highest court in the land won't protect women from discrimination in the workplace, then we must stand together and demand action from Congress.
In a sleight of hand trick that would make Penn & Teller proud, Justice Scalia has expanded his employment discrimination defense manual available to any employer defending against any type of discrimination claim.
While public employees fight for their collective bargaining rights in Wisconsin, the Janie Q's of Wal-Mart illustrate what happens to those workers in the private sector who have no bargaining rights at all.