I had a lot of those feelings. I thought a lot of those thoughts. I'm not fully sure why or how I grew past it, but luckily for me, and others, I did. But others don't. Why?
Every day you read in the news about some new big bank outrage. Foreclosures, charging hidden fees, conspiring to rig markets, defrauding investors. Shouldn’t someone do something about it?
So the president faces a choice of rhetoric on Tuesday night—but that choice is not just about political gamesmanship. It will have serious policy implications. But there is also an issue of simple credibility. The American people are watching, and they are furious about inequality.
So on a daily basis, I find myself interacting with people (mostly on Facebook) who don’t understand racism, sexism, homophobia and other similar concepts.
The U.S. House of Representatives held its first hearings for the current session on immigration reform Tuesday. Many immigration groups also submitted official testimony for the record.
Local 54 of the labor union UNITE HERE filed complaint with the National Labor Relations Board after 21 union members who work at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., were suspended indefinitely after participating in a peaceful protest
Employees at Sensata Technologies in Freeport, Wisconsin, protested Mitt Romney's visit to nearby Janesville, asking the Republican presidential candidate and former head of Bain Capital for their jobs. Sensata is now owned by Bain and is in the
Rubio talking about the good job he would do as vice president Service Employees International Union launched a campaign Tuesday to fight the so-called RAISE Act, sponsored in the Senate by Marco Rubio (FL), which is nothing more than an
Fox and Friends does not like Obama's use of PLAs In a long-overdue expansion of the barracks at the United States Military Academy at West Point to alleviate overcrowding, Rep. Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) and President Barack Obama want to ensure
The latest stories from the front lines of the labor fight across the country ... Six corporations now own 90 percent of all print, broadcast and digital media outlets in the U.S. Bipartisan efforts are being made to deny rights to Louisiana
Voter identification laws are one of the key battlegrounds in making sure that all Americans have access to the ballot Labor organizations Working America and the AFL-CIO have stepped up their efforts to protect the rights of Americans.
The "Protect Our Jobs" coalition in Michigan submitted 684,286 petitions to get a constitutional amendment on the ballot protecting the collective bargaining rights of the state's working families -- more than twice the number of signatures
A new report from the Progressive States Network shows that there are few states that are even attempting to seriously deal with the problem of wage theft from workers and most states do a terrible job of dealing with the rampant problem. 44 of
In order to spy on employees discussing unionization via the Warehouse Workers United, Walmart sent a fake reporter to infiltrate meetings and report back to the company. Known for its terrible record on denying rights to working families,
ALEC called in the conservative bloggers first, now launches website to defend their reputation. The American Legislative Exchange Council launched a new website to defend themselves against progressives who are spreading the truth about the