If you’re unemployed in California these days and relying on your checks to pay such frivolities as rent and food, there’s a word you need to know: Deloitte. In the past month, a new unemployment system rollout spearheaded by Deloitte […]
America’s government shut down three days ago. Its doors are locked. Reactionary Congressional Representatives are so obstinate that they have their shoulders and hands lodged firmly against the open door of negotiation. Common sense is not in short supply—it has […]
Driving to work today, listening to all the news of the brinksmanship shutdown, sorta strange that the next thing played was “Pumped Up Kicks” by Foster the People. As I was listening… I had a bit of muse, as such […]
The question must be asked… Just how much more of this ObamaCare obsession be allowed to continue? Should the budgetary funding of the Nation be allowed to become the next Pequod?
As every cell in Chile will tell The cries of the tortured men Remember Allende and the days before, Before the army came Please remember Victor Jara In the Santiago Stadium … – The Clash, “Washington Bullets” Early on the […]
But in a way, isn’t trust like a foundation of a building? True, no single hit with a hammer against the foundation can do much damage. But hit long enough.. at different spots… and eventually the damage becomes evident.
You might wonder why we celebrate Labor Day. You might wonder why people united to form unions. Because a picture is worth a thousand words, many pictures about the history of laborers are worth many thousand words. H A P P Y […]
History tends to be kinder to them than the courts, and I doubt that this case will be an exception. In fifty years, people will look on the Manning case as another blot on a dark era for the United States and the values that it claims to hold dear. As for Manning himself, future historians will surely agree with Ellsberg, who, speaking to the A.P. yesterday, described him as “one more casualty of a horrible, wrongful war.”