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Socialism in Moderation Is Good for Capitalist America

September 27, 2012 by

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Socialism in Moderation Is Good for Capitalist America   By Gary Anderson Socialism is good in moderation. We have social security, which is a socialist program. We have medicare, which is a socialist program. We have progressive income tax, which is a socialist program. Socialism is the reason that capitalism has survived. Karl Marx predicted […]

Peace & Freedom Party Candidate overshadows Socialist Party USA

September 26, 2012 by

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Roseanne Barr not joking: More socialism By: Patrick Gavin September 25, 2012 08:52 AM EDT As Roseanne Barr continues her presidential campaign as the Peace and Freedom Party candidate, she has a attention-grabbing message: We need more socialism. “I do think that we need a little bit more socialism in this country at this time,” […]

Stewart Alexander on Civil Discourse Now

September 26, 2012 by

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The so-called Socialist Presidential Candidate, Stewart Alexander, appeared on Civil Discourse Now in Indianapolis on Sunday, September 23, 2012. The first thing that crossed our minds was – Where is his tie? If Stewart Alexander is going to be the national representative of a political organization, why is he not dressing the part? Stewart Alexander […]

Suicides Increasing As Morality and Economy Decreasing

September 25, 2012 by

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posted on September 25, 2012 by Dave Jolly A month ago, Dave Jolly wrote about how the weakened economy most likely would lead to an increase in family murders and suicides. He also confessed to his readers about his own suicide plans when  Dave Jolly  was nineteen years old. The bleakness of the economic outlook that […]

Decline of collective bargaining worsens wage and benefit standards for all workers | Economic Policy Institute

September 24, 2012 by

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As union membership has declined, wage inequality has grown In his new report, Unions, inequality, and faltering middle-class wages, EPI President Lawrence Mishel finds that as union membership has declined, wages for middle-class workers have suffered. Declining unionization was responsible for roughly a third of the growth of wage inequality among men from 1973 to […]