One peoplesworld.org reader writes from Louisiana, land of the blues, on unemployment, ballot choices and getting a tax break for yachts.
John Ryding, chief economist at RDQ Economics, was quoted as saying, "The word for this report is 'shocking.'" Sorry, Mr. Ryding, why are you shocked?
A tiny minority can, by sticking to its principles, get the vast majority to come around to its way of thinking.
Brouwer traces the evolution of Cuba's health system that has led to Cuban-Venezuelan collaboration in providing health care for their people and medical assistance throughout the world.
David Brooks, the New York Times columnist, recently opined, "The current welfare state is simply unsustainable and anybody who is serious, on left or right, has to have a new vision of the social contract."
Wealth gaps have always been much greater than income gaps, but the changes have never seen the magnitude in the past few years.
Old and new union songs, poetry and information were presented to a group of about 50 people from all over the area.
Like many other crucial times in our nation's history, the American people are stepping up and speaking out for democracy and fairness on the debt and deficits.
Breivik was a Christian, anti-Muslim, anti-Marxist, small government, right-wing, lunatic. Sound familiar?
Even if a deal is struck at the last minute, or if President Obama raises the debt ceiling on his own, this controversy reveals a system in serious need of repair.