NEW YORK — The past few days in New York City have certainly busted one prominent myth — that youth in the U.S. are apathetic about politics or indifferent to the Bush policies.
Music Review On Oct. 5, Epic Records will release “Mary Had A Little Amp,” a special collection of songs children love performed by 16 renowned artists.
Review What do you do if you’re one of 40,000 actors in New York, you’re struggling with your career, physical problems prevent you from working at your day job, and you’re worried about possible war on Iraq? This is the situation actor Kathryn Blume found herself in during the fall of 2002.
Whether inspired by Platonic idealism or a “paint by numbers” version of Marxism, some on the left continue to push the idea that there is no difference between Bush and Kerry.
If I were George Bush, I’d be plenty worried. Not about the slowing or stalled economy, the lack of meaningful job creation, or the continued war in Iraq. But about seniors.
Defeating George W. Bush and his supporters in Congress is the highest priority in promoting solidarity with Cuba.
The American labor movement has always been defined by our fights and our struggles.
ASHTABULA, Ohio — To say that Ohio is a battleground state in the 2004 elections is only half the story. The state’s workers are the rest of the story, the grass roots, the people being bombarded by TV and radio ads, rhetoric and mass mailings.
The national media would do well to stop its collaboration with the Bush administration’s attempt to sidetrack the national election debate away from issues that are of economic and political importance to people in the U.S.: jobs, housing, Medicaid/welfare, education, and, of course, world peace and true security.
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (PAI) — By unanimous vote, officers of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees (BMWE) recommended on Aug. 24 that its members approve a merger with the Teamsters.