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Interesting new Labor Rights group. Sign up!

There is a new coalition of pro-labor, pro-union organizations coming together, and I've just signed up to join them. The initial article that brought them to my attention was on Yahoo! News:

Big networks are refusing to run their ads about CEO's salaries and bonuses skyrocketing while profitable companies' workers make less and less, on the grounds that they don't run 'issue ads'. What a cheap excuse to deprive the American People of access to important information! What was the media supposed to be for anyway? The Founding Fathers supposedly wanted a free press for the purpose of keeping voters informed! Perhaps this sort of thing should be debated in Congress and in the public domain. ?

Here's the URL for the organization itself, which is also linked from the above news article:

The Alienist

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The following comments are for "Interesting new LABOR RIGHTS group!"
by The Alienist

Thanks for the useful info Alienist. For a commie you're alright!
American workers need to organize and stick together. American workers unite! Whether your Republican or Democrat it doesn't matter, because ALL BLUE COLLAR AMERICAN JOBS ARE BEING SOLD OUT to OUTSOURCING or ILLEGAL ALIENS! SECURE OUR RIGHT TO EARN A LIVABLE WAGE! Secure our borders! Secure our jobs!

( Posted by: TINKER [Member] On: April 30, 2006 )

Unite! Protect American Jobs!
That's right buddy you tell them! Alienist is a nice guy to post this information. There are no political party differences when it comes to protecting American Workers from being cheated out of a real wage. Not all Republicans are greedy corporate sell outs like Bush. There are Republicans like me who want to protect America and American workers. I'm with the workers! Protect American Jobs!

( Posted by: unseenwriterx [Member] On: April 30, 2006 )

Intresting article. Do they rise while the adverage workers pay stays the same, because the adverage worker doesn't have the education or political connections in the board rooms of America to fight for a decent wage?

( Posted by: lovesessence [Member] On: May 1, 2006 )

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