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Today's Politically INCORRECT Cartoon by A.F. Branco


URL of the original posting site: http://comicallyincorrect.com/2017/09/07/nightmare/#4d9UuimplwjX8lDs.99

Democrats and Republicans could care less that the American workers pay the price for amnesty.

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The 'Birdies, Bogeys and Pars' of Union Leadership

The UnionBuilt PC “LeaderBoard”
The ‘Birdies, Bogeys and Pars’ of Union Leadership

– Guest Post by Fred Romanuk, Ph.D.

I asked Pete Marchese if I could write a monthly article on ‘Union Leadership’. 429 more words

American Workers

Trump's enforcement of immigration laws actually forcing companies to HIRE Americans

(National SentinelAmerica First: President Donald J. Trump’s commitment to the enforcement of all immigration laws is having exactly the effect he promised it would: To help “Make America Great Again” for its own citizens. 403 more words

Executive Branch

Labor Day Weekend: Stories From Higley Hill

On Saturday of Labor Day weekend, Rich and I went on a ramble through rural New England. Our destination was the Nike outlet store in Lee, Massachusetts to buy sneakers with our family discount. 1,775 more words

A Slice Of American Life

Technology & The American Worker #1 – Introduction

Job security in America is becoming more and more elusive every year that goes by. The worker is becoming more dispensable and companies have no problem pushing their workers to siphon every last drop of blood, from the employee’s veins. 82 more words

Human Condition

Fossil Fuel Challenge | American Working Conditions | Oregon Bar Exam  - OPB's Think Out Loud

The City of Portland’s 2016 ordinance banning new fossil fuel infrastructure within city limits was struck down by the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals in late July, and proponents are fighting back. 87 more words

OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting

Illinois Republican Governor takes first step to secession from the United States

At the risk of sounding hyperbolic, if Illinois is now refusing to enforce whatever federal laws, how is that so very different from secession?

Illinois has joined the group of states participating in most serious attempt at secession (in all but name) since 1860 and 1861, … 307 more words