The Panoptic Effect

By: Sunday August 10, 2014 11:08 am

Who benefits from the regimentation of our lives? Who benefits from the all-seeing eye?

 

Working Class Self-Activity III: Walmart Workers Rising & the Prospects for Radical Politics

By: Sunday December 2, 2012 5:00 pm

The ongoing grassroots labor activism at Walmart in the U.S. reminds us that while the election is over the class struggle is not, and that class politics moves now from the voting booth to the workplace and the streets. For any Progressive whose political imagination extends beyond the narrow ideological confines of today’s two-party discourse, that is good news indeed. For those of us who consider ourselves socialists or radicals, it is essential, because those confines have rendered electoral politics basically irrelevant to advancing working class interests, as opposed merely to defending them.

The 150-Year Labor Shortage, The Fall of Corporate Taxation: Things The Establishment Media Don’t Exactly Emphasize

By: Thursday March 15, 2012 11:05 am

I learned two useful things that are central to American life today, yet which I have never once heard stated on the radio or TV or read in a newspaper: I learned about the labor shortage that fueled the 150-year period of rising wages in the United States, and I learned about the fact that corporations used to pay a lot more in corporate taxes, especially as an overall percentage of American tax revenues, than they do now.

Lakeside Diner

By: Thursday January 26, 2012 4:45 am

A variety of links to articles/interviews on current topics that may be of interest.

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