Daily Archives: August 6, 2014

Question Christie

We invite you to use this video as a resource and to share it with your affiliates and progressive blogs in order to educate our union brothers and sisters about the devastating consequences of Governor Christie’s policies which have enriched … Continue reading

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Paid Ad: Appel Releases “Determination”

Democrat Highlights Record of Results for Iowa Families  DES MOINES – Staci Appel (D-Ackworth) nominee for Congress from the 3rd district, today launched her first paid district wide television ad highlighting her biography, including her work as a financial consultant … Continue reading

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How We Can Push Back the Privatization Assault That’s Destroying the Postal System

A successful boycott to stop the further privatization of the post office could lead to the restoration of the USPS’ former glory. Print July 31, 2014  | The United States Postal Service (USPS) management just ran into a possible game-changing obstacle … Continue reading

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Labor History

August 07 Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Wobbly organizer, born – 1890 Eugene Debs and three other trade unionists arrested after Pullman Strike – 1894 Actors Equity is recognized by producers after stagehands honor their picket lines, shutting down almost every professional … Continue reading

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