Gordon Duff – Americans move from home to school and back home again and to shared apartments, dilapidated homes in crime ridden neighborhoods, while employers, all well organized and coordinated, spiral wages to nothing.
Who knows, maybe one day, we will have a Congress and presidential candidates who will represent not only the very rich, but the very poor and the middle class. America’s problem is not the presidency but Congress, and that is where the reform must take place.
First, the establishment mandated that all American children had to suffer years of indoctrination – the inculcation of statist doctrines in free public schools.
Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth reported Jewish settlers in Palestinian occupied territories also protest to high living costs in addition to insecurity
It is called playing both sides against the middle. And when those sides have destroyed each other, they come in and pick up the spoils.
“A recent Reuters Business Insight report designed for drug company executives argued that the ability to ‘create new disease markets’ is bringing untold billions in soaring drug sales”
It’s hard giving thanks when you’re hungry.
We need to revolt and take back the country. What is needed at this point are great men to organize the masses and route the snakes and return America to sanity.
Based on Department of Labor statistics, it reveals that only 58.3% of working age Americans have a job.
It’s high time voters somewhere did. It transfers wealth to bankers, other corporate favorites and rich elites.
The United States has worked across Latin America to enrich private clients at the expense of the pauperized masses, Professor of Sociology Emeritus James Petras of Binghamton University, N.Y., charges.
Besides persecution, repression, and injustice, deprivation defines life in Occupied Palestine. Essentials fall way below minimum standards.
Years ago, who could have imagined the appalling growing poverty level in the world’s richest country?
Last week, the BBC news show, Panorama, supposedly told the story of America’s poor.
In 1962, Michael Harrington’s “The Other America” exposed the nation’s dark side, saying:
“In morality and in justice, every citizen should be committed to abolishing the other America, for it is intolerable that the richest nation in human history should allow such needless suffering.”
The tougher welfare laws instituted by President Bill Clinton with great fanfare have only worked to keep the poor poverty-stricken longer, a former welfare mother who knows the story from the inside, contends.
On one hand India claiming to be champions of democracy, secularism and human rights propagates that India is shining, on the other it suffers from highest rate of poverty, illiteracy, infant mortality, inequalities in society.
The overarching challenge in the world today is: how do we advance the institutions and practices capable of enacting a desirable quality of life for a burgeoning global population of 6.5 billion people?
The mainstream media and our politicians are not telling us the truth. We are being told that we just need to accept our lower standard of living and most Americans seem willing to accept that reality because they keep sending most of the exact same bozos back to Washington D.C
Under siege, Israel continues to strangle Gaza. Poverty and unemployment are extremely high. Over 70% of the population requires humanitarian aid. Virtually everything is in short supply.
For months, courageous Bahrainis protested peacefully against the Al Khalifa monarchy's repressive brutality, corruption, and discrimination, as well as unemployment, poverty, and other unaddressed social justice issues.
A GLOBAL NUCLEAR TINDERBOX FUELED BY ISRAEL By Alan Hart (LISA Seminar on 14 July 2010) “Among the questions open and honest dialogue would need to address is the extent to which outside forces are having a significant influence on India’s drift to war with itself. It’s not too much of a secret that for […]
By Hanan Habibzai STAFF WRITER Two years ago when I was working in Afghanistan as a journalist, I was woken up by calls from across the country. The calls were from the ordinary Afghans sharing the events and news in their areas; almost always involving bloodshed. Although, at present, I am away from my motherland […]
“The conditions now, in my view, are unquestionably worse in the inner cities,” attorney and civil rights stalwart David Ginsburg told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “Education is worse. Housing is worse. Unemployment is worse. We now have a drug problem that we didn’t have in 1967 and 1968. There are millions of handguns. The cities […]
AMERICA’S NEW “LOST GENERATION” By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor The calendar says 2010 but it feels like 1955, not the real 1955, not by a long shot, but a fictional, “Hollywood version” with Americans cowering under their beds from the Red Menace, “Duck and Cover,” and a bland, colorless ignorance is seeping into our […]
Although “welfare reform is seen as a huge success,” Shaw said, “we’re not measuring the kinds of jobs that people are getting, whether they pay a living wage. We just look at the fact that the rolls are being reduced. Something like 60 percent of the people who are not on welfare anymore are not working either.”