Recently, Arturo Rodriguez, president of the United Farm Workers, appeared on Comedy Central's Steven Colbert Report to encourage U.S. workers to take jobs in agriculture.
A Catholic scholars group says that opposing unions is a "grave violation" of the church's social doctrine - in fact, it's a mortal sin.
To win jobs for all, it requires a multi-racial united movement.
Recently I read with dismay an article by Mort Zuckerman, the editor of U.S. News & World Report, on the Huffingtonpost.com titled 'Breaking the Public Sector Unions' Stranglehold on State and Local Governments.' First, that's a whopper of a title, right? Secondly, the article has nothing at all to do with facts.
Senate Democratic leaders have presented an outline for an immigration reform bill, but many will find it wanting.
Anti-union attacks exact a price. That price was paid by more than two dozen workers in West Virginia. Too high a price to pay.
According to a proposed bill in the Florida state Senate, teachers will no longer have tenure in the upcoming school year, and it would introduce so-called merit pay.
To call it hypocrisy would be a gross understatement. So let's just call it class war. Because that's what it is.
Blaming teachers' unions for the "failure" of public education is at best a red herring, at worst a cynical way to sow division.
When it comes to New York City's public schools, one thing is not in dispute: there are problems, a lot of them.