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2 hrs ago | Communications Workers of America
Today, Cablevision employees, fast food workers, unions, community activists, faith leaders and everyday New Yorkers who want to fight inequality rallied and marched for New Day New York.
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Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
6 hrs ago | WTLV
In Washington, D.C., dozens of people carried signs and marched while singing "Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, it's no fun, to survive, on low low low low pay."
10 hrs ago | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
Hang on to your ideologies, people - Naomi Klein is coming. The bestselling author, anti-globalization activist and all-around international liberal powerhouse is guaranteed to take your coffeehouse and dinner table debates to the next level.
13 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Occupy Wall Street struck a deep chord with its notion that the fundamental divide in our country is between the "1 percent" and the rest of us.
Opinion, commentary and analysis on everything that makes the U.S. housing economy tick -- not to mention the ghosts in the machine, too.
Mother Jones is an extremely left-wing magazine. It is pro-socialism, pro-unions, and big on paying the minimum wage.
Media assassin: Writer/author Chris Faraone says his confrontation with the late Andrew Breitbart raised the ire of "a few Breitbart minions."
Liberals tend to underestimate their similarity to other liberals, according to a recent study, while conservatives overestimate their similarities - and those differences may account for the relative political success of the tea party in comparison to Occupy Wall Street.
Wall Street has put the squeeze on the city to the tune of $1 billion, a report due out Tuesday claims.
The hipsters who settled the Brooklyn neighborhood 10 years ago have declared war on rich kids flocking to new luxury digs on their parents' dime.
"Some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world.
This opinion, which has never been confirmed by the facts, expresses a crude and naive trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power and in the sacralized workings of the prevailing economic system.
Cost: FREE Short documentary screening: "The Battle for Oscar Grant Plaza" by Jacob Crawford and co-produced by Dave Id, Indybay.org.
Where you see political resistance in the world, whether it's the Occupy Wall Street movement or the Arab Spring, artists are often present, creating the words, imagery and performances that propel messages and tactics.
He's an investment banker, the host would tell them. I was cool. We were cool. We bestrode the galaxy and dispensed our wisdom and they would listen.