Fight for $15: A Troubling Pattern

August 1, 2015 Editor 0

The fight for $15 scored a limited but noteworthy advance last week in New York, where Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Wage Board (an executive commission comprised of representatives from both capitalists and labor unions) coming […]


Why MLK Had to Die

June 1, 2015 admin 0

Many people are familiar with the peaceful monk-like image of Martin Luther King Jr. that is so popular.  In reality, the story of Dr. King has been sanitized, polished, and glorified.  We’ve all heard the […]


Mean Lives or Mean State?

January 20, 2015 admin 0

Oklahoma is the 20th most extensive and 28th most populous state of the 50 United States, and also, according to Wikipedia, derives its name from the Choctaw words “okla” and “humma”, meaning “red people”. 25 […]


Reclaiming Dr. King

January 18, 2015 admin 0

Although it’s no longer at the top of corporate media headlines, Black Lives Matter is by no means finished. The movement seems to have more staying power than the protests that erupted in the wake […]


Betrayed By the Democrats – Again

May 1, 2014 admin 0

A look at Minnesota is a good place to begin examining what has been happening— the people demanding a real living wage; politicians talking about a living wage to get elected, then once elected legislating […]