“Well, there’s always a class war going on. The United States, to an unusual extent, is a business-run society, more so than others. The business classes are very class-conscious—they’re constantly fighting a bitter class war to improve their power and diminish opposition. Occasionally this is recognized.”
The business classes are constantly fighting a bitter class war to improve their power and diminish opposition. This is an excerpt from the 2nd edition of Noam Chomsky’s OCCUPY: Class War, Rebellion and Solidarity, edited by Greg Ruggiero and published by Zuccotti Park Press. Chris Steele intervie…
The Obama administration argued in 2012 for reducing Social Security benefits by recalculating the way cost of living adjustments are made.
Neoliberalism demands you stop driving and don’t use any electricity for 22 hours per day so these companies can keep polluting.
Global warming isn’t an individual problem and it won’t be solved by individuals. It’s a societal and economic issue and needs to be treated that way
A relatively small number of fossil fuel producers and their investors could hold the key to tackling climate change
Eva Bermúdez Zimmerman for Connecticut is the real deal! 100% support for her here!
Eva is a tireless fighter for justice, and an organizer herself. She’s fighting for the working class, a $15 min wage, to tax the rich,the legalization of cannabis, and for both *tuition free public higher ed AND pre-K*
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The chamber of commerce is endorsing a democrat in our congressional primary. That about says all you need to know about Mary Glassman.
Vote Jahana Hayes – teacher of the year for congress!
It was the first time in eight years the Chamber has endorsed in a Democratic primary.