Trump is a symptom, not the cause. Until people admit that we will get far worse than Trump
It’s a good thing these people were rioting over a pointless sporting event. If they were challenging the power structure they would have been beaten mercilessly.
People getting mad at us for posting about Joe Kennedy III profiting off of people’s illnesses while opposing single payer are the problem with the Democratic Party. Instead of being angry at Joe for making money off of American sickness, they get mad at us for pointing it out. THIS IS WHY WE HAVE TRUMP!
After Denver hired homeless people to shovel mulch and perform other day labor, more than 100 landed regular jobs
A Federal work program should be created for anyone who is unemployed. A National Job Guarantee would be revolutionary and help the entire country.
“When you take a good person (who’s) down, broken, discouraged, and you give them an opportunity to be proud of their self — to stand up and do something for their self — that’s one of the greatest gifts anybody can give to anybody,” said Maes, 57. “And for that, I’d like to say thank you.”
City officials on Tuesday announced plans to expand the city-funded Denver Day Works day-labor program for the homeless in the coming year after a successful pilot.
“The concentration of extreme wealth at the top is not a sign of a thriving economy but a symptom of a system that is failing the millions of hard-working people on poverty wages who make our clothes and grow our food”
More than 80 per cent of the all the wealth generated globally last year flowed into the coffers of the richest one per cent of the population, a new Oxfam report has revealed. The research, published on Monday, also shows that the 3.7 billion individuals who make up the poorest half of the global p…
When they do it for Negro and poor people they call it ‘welfare.’
The fact is that everybody in this country lives on welfare. Suburbia was built with federally subsidized credit. And highways that take our white brothers out to the suburbs were built with federally subsidized money to the tune of ninety percent. Everybody is on welfare in this country.
The problem is that we all too often have socialism for the rich and rugged free enterprise capitalism for the poor.
That’s the problem.”
–Martin Luther King Jr.
This quote is from talk that King gave to a group of fellow clergy in Miami in late ’67 or ’68. The title of the address is “To Minister to the Valley.”