AP: Why Auto Workers Went on Strike Against GM

September 16, 2019

More than 49,000 union auto workers at General Motors are walking picket lines, silencing more than 50 company factories and parts depots in a strike over contract negotiations. The strike that began early Monday crippled production of […]

UAW Votes to Go on Strike Against GM

September 15, 2019

The United Auto Workers voted Sunday morning to strike against General Motors Company after contract negotiations broke down. The union advised 46,000 members to strike at 31 General Motors plants at about midnight Sunday, The Wall Street Journal reported. This move followed the collapse of […]

Emmys: Norman Lear Becomes Oldest Winner Ever at 97

September 14, 2019

After his win at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Norman Lear is now the oldest Emmy winner ever. At 97 years old, Lear received his first nomination since 1991 with the live ABC special broadcast of All in the Family and The Jeffersons, in which […]

Urie: Are Public Interests Best Served by Private Interests?

September 14, 2019

“Whether the result of naivete, ideological blinders, ignorance of history or cynical calculation, for four-plus decades the view has been that the public interest is best served by private interests,” writes Rob Urie in CounterPunch. “While political spectacle […]

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