A Labor Day reflection: Corporate America no longer even pays lip service to the importance of encouraging hard work and skill.
Recently there has been an increasing push to further inject a right-wing version of Christianity into the governance of the nation.
As we approach Labor Day, 2011, the three biggest concerns on the minds of the American people are jobs, jobs and jobs.
Michigan's Republican dominated state Legislature passed a lifetime limit on welfare benefits expected to cast 11,000 families off the welfare rolls on Oct. 1 - including more than 29,700 children.
The initiatives and actions of the American people were an essential ingredient in the progressive-democratic thrust in the 1930s and 1960s. The same is true today.
By now, there's been publicity - and lots of management propaganda - about proposals by the National Labor Relations Board to change some rules.
In April 2010, RNC Chairman Michael Steele told a group of 200 students at DePaul University that African-Americans "don't have a reason" to vote for Republican candidates.
Here's a wrap-up of highlights from the 7th Annual Traverse City Film Festival that were not mentioned in previous columns.
If the GOP regains all three branches of the government, the crisis of human suffering can and will become far more severe.
After 100 days on the job, new Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is touting his administration's first accomplishments. The impression is one of boldly charting a new course of change.