Posts Tagged ‘labor’

“DC For 15″ Poster Art Is Ready To Download!

By mike flugennockWednesday - December 30th, 2015Categories: DC Local, Economy

My poster art series for DC’s Raise The Wage campaign is now available for downloads by organizers and activists.

I’ve made these available as tabloid-size posters and letter-size flyers, with plenty of “clear” space for laying out customized text in the page-layout software of your choice.

Follow the “DC For $15″ minimum wage campaign on Twitter.

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Democratic Party: Graveyard Of Movements

By mike flugennockMonday - April 27th, 2015Categories: Economy, Globalization, Occupy, Party Animals, elections, environment, liberty, media, war and peace

Alright, US Left, time for a little history lesson – and a cautionary tale. Can any of you out there name a single popular democratic people’s movement for peace, liberty or social/economic justice which wasn’t finally at some point infiltrated, co-opted and bled to death by the Democratic Party? Anybody?

Bueller?

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…and for context, here’s some more Democratic Party movement co-opting tomfoolery:
It’s Going To Be A New Day, November 2006
Wisconsin – Look Out Behind You, February 2011
“Occupy” Movement: Beware the Vampire, October 2011
We Are The 1%, October 2011
Infiltrator, October 2011
Occupy DC Visits Democratic Party Fundraiser, December 2011
“99% Spring”: 100% Bullshit, April 2012
Obama’s March On Washington Anniversary Speech, Condensed, August 2013

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Supersize The Revolution

By mike flugennockMonday - December 3rd, 2012Categories: Economy

Not a whole lot to say about this one, other than here’s a big ol’ steaming slab of solidarity with the strikers at McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King who walked out last week.

While we’re at it, it’s also worth noting that things are really bad here when the Los Angeles Times refers to the strikes at Wal-Mart and fast food joints as “labor unrest”:

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