Monthly Archives: April 2013

Bangladesh: Deaths Exceed 300, Warrant Out for Building Owner–and other news from Labor


    Bangladesh: Deaths Exceed 300, Warrant Out for Building Owner April 26, 2013—More than 300 workers now have been confirmed dead from Wednesday’s building collapse in Bangladesh. Some 2,200 survivors have been pulled from the ruins of what is being called … Continue reading

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How can we prevent Bangladesh and West Texas-style workplace disasters?


How can we prevent Bangladesh and West Texas-style workplace disasters?   By Kathleen Geier , Washington, D.C. News about the horrific Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh continues to unfold. According to the latest count, at least 362 people have died, but … Continue reading

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Perhaps workers from Bangladesh will be working in Texas Factories soon


West, Texas explosion editorial cartoon strikes a nerve with Rick Perry byMagnificoFollow Texas Governor Rick Perry is ‘extremely disgusted’. The Sacramento Bee, on Thursday, published a Jack Ohman editorial cartoon titled “Business in Texas“. The cartoon presents Perry standing at … Continue reading

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Then he talks about people who have an education but no answers; they can’t arrive at the truth.


An Impressive Set With Nothing Inside – #6862   Free E-Book Download:Bringing Back the Gospel “Bringing Back the Gospel” is a free downloadable PDF for you to forward or print and to share with your family, church, and other believers … Continue reading

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John Lennon Speaks to Obama about Guantanamo, asking HOW CAN YOU SLEEP AT NIGHT?


Obama should not be allowed to sleep till he clears out the Guantanamo jail. Make noise, Americans!–kAS HOW CAN YOU SLEEP AT NIGHT BY JOHN LENNON So Sgt. Pepper took you by surpriseYou better see right through that mother’s eyesThose … Continue reading

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Black Voter Turnout Rate Passes Whites In 2012 Election


Black Voter Turnout Rate Passes Whites In 2012 Election By HOPE YEN WASHINGTON — America’s blacks voted at a higher rate than other minority groups in 2012 and by most measures surpassed the white turnout for the first time, reflecting … Continue reading

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EXTREME WEATHER IS EXTREMELY COSTLY–The True Cost of Climate Change


The True Cost of Climate Change  By ThinkProgress War Room Extreme Weather is Extremely Costly We’re now six months out from Superstorm Sandy, which should serve as a reminder that we’re experiencing more damaging extreme weather events linked to climate change. … Continue reading

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We Suffer Sequester, While CIA Squanders Cash We Don’t Have on Fool’s Errand


We Suffer Sequester, While CIA Squanders Cash We Don’t Have on Fool’s Errand By Robert De Filippis at OpEd News We’re not doing too well at making democracy work here, why do we think we can make it work in … Continue reading

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Recovery in America (and Europe) is only for the 7 Percent


Recovery for the 7 Percent By Paul Craig Roberts,  OpEd News According to the Pew Report — Since the “recovery” that began in June 2009, wealthy households experienced a 28 percent rise in their net worth, while everyone else lost … Continue reading

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Truth about Australia’s Natural Resources and Exploitation Need to be Told


Australia’s boom is anything but for its Aboriginal people By John Pilger, OpEd News Last year, 40 Aboriginal youngsters killed themselves there, a 100-fold increase. When I first reported on indigenous Australia a generation ago, black suicide was rare. Today, … Continue reading

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