Labor’s Day in Troubled Times

September 12, 2011 1

By raising the living standards of millions, labor miraculously created a market for industry and lifted the whole nation to undreamed levels of production. Those who today attack labor forget these simple truths, but history remembers […]

More Fracking Letters

September 12, 2011 0

On 8.20.11, a group of excellent young people orchestrated an event in Bloomsburg Town Park to highlight the dangers of hydraulic fracturing, FRACKING, for the environment, health, and community. Throughout a day of music, education, […]

History Demands Nonviolent Resistance from Us

August 3, 2011 5

We are living in extraordinary times.  The gulf between rich and poor has widened to its greatest since the Gilded Age: executive salaries have skyrocketed 23% in just over a year, while wages (when adjusted […]

Those Fracking Letters to the Editor

August 3, 2011 39

June 15, 2011 To the editor, The Press Enterprise headline, ‘Fracking comes to area” hardly captures what’s coming to Columbia County now that Williams Production Appalachia (WPA) has struck gas “gold.” Let’s not speculate about the […]

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