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A National Holiday to Remember

by Prieto Kelime in History, September 7, 2014

What is labor day? what does it mean? the history of labor day, when it started, how it affected Americans in the past and future.

Why Affirmative Action Doomed American Unionism & Soviet Communism

by Gary C Gibson in Government, August 3, 2014

The 1964 civil rights act and the following period of affirmative action doomed American labor unionism and communism in the former Soviet Union. Here’s a brief sketch why…

Black Men are Not Hard to Find in America

by Chris726598 in Ethnicity, June 13, 2014

A look at the pitiful state of Black men in America.

Technology and Jobs

by Biodun Iginla in History, January 18, 2014

Technology and jobs.

Gm Recalls…what a Surprise!..

by Stlpkr in Work, December 28, 2013

The destruction of the American Auto Industry.

2014 California Labor Law Updates, Part One

by Ahzaa in Issues, December 8, 2013

2014 California Labor Law Updates, Part one.

The Moral Responsibility of Americans to Stop Illegal Immigration

by Jesse Ledesma in Issues, October 29, 2013

This article is about the harm of illegal immigration into the US and the responsibility of Americans to stop illegal immigration.

Labor Day, a Time to Celebrate Freedom to Work

by Pete Moss in Holidays, August 26, 2013

Labor Day is a day to celebrate the freedom to work, but only if you are in the union.

American Partnership, Anyone?

by Stlpkr in Work, August 26, 2013

Thoughts on the American Job Market.

Will a Royal Baby

by soumyadipsaha in Issues, July 31, 2013

Will a Royal Baby.

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