Walking workers back after the one-day strike

Today, I walked a dozen fast food workers back to their jobs the day after they had participated in the one-day strike for a living wage and the right to organize without retaliation. And certainly, I was not alone. We made dozens of trips in large vans over the course of the day, accompanying workersContinue reading “Walking workers back after the one-day strike”

Unemployment rate “unexpectedly soars” to 6.1%

I love that way of phrasing it. Unemployment “unexpectedly” soared. Oh, we’re quite surprised, really, we couldn’t see that coming, oh, dear me, no… mmm… James, another martini please…. I’m sorry, how could you not see this one coming? With the U.S. unofficially in recession, with more and more jobs going overseas, with the risingContinue reading “Unemployment rate “unexpectedly soars” to 6.1%”