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 […]

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 […]

An Open Letter to Governor Corbett

July 1, 2011 4

4.2.11 Governor Tom Corbett: After having carefully read and digested your proposal for the Pennsylvania budget of 2011, after having considered the relevant facts concerning the Commonwealth’s fiscal health, the relationship of the state to […]

No More Teachers?

July 1, 2011 3

At the start of “Good-bye, Teacher… “ Fred Keller quotes one version of that old doggerel: Good-bye scholars, good-bye school; Good-bye teacher, darned old fool! I learned it as: Good-bye pencils, good-bye books; Good-bye teachers’ dirty […]

Mr. Picketman – “Fight On”

June 16, 2011 0

Looking forward to the launch of the first full issue of Raging Chicken Press? Here’s a little mood music to keep your political passions burning:

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