Tag Archives: United States Postal Service

Congress undermines USPS, letter from Guantanamo, “Connect the dots!”

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss how Congress is undermining the U.S. Postal Service, the New York Times publishing a powerful letter from a Guantanamo prisoner that indicts President Obama on his role in keeping Gitmo open, poverty in America, the NYPD still being awful, two-tier justice in the U.S., and [...]

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Hundreds protest NDAA in NYC, CIA operating drone base in Saudi Arabia, how not to be creepy talking to women

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Hundreds protest the National Defense Authorization Act in NYC, the CIA is operating a drone base in Saudi Arabia, the post office cuts mail delivery on Saturdays (even though they’re really not broke), women are often victims of gun violence but the media doesn’t really focus on [...]

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New posts at The Nation, Truthout

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I posted a recap of the #OccupyWallStreet protest thus far with lots and lots of videos at The Nation, and a follow-up to my Truthout piece about how Darrell Issa, the GOP, and moderate Dems have targeted the United States Postal Service for destruction. Speaking of blogging, I have an exciting announcement I’ll be making soon that [...]

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Corporations find another way to break the poor by fighting unemployment claims

At the inception of a typical Employer-Employee relationship, there is usually an implied or contractually guaranteed understanding that the Employer bears certain responsibilities. However, the burden of the Employer-Employee relationship increasingly falls exclusively on the Employee. The Employer scrapes the bone by slashing the safety net, raking in huge rewards, while the Employee is told to [...]

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