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Glossary: Key memes, counterfactuals, dog whistles, canards, euphemisms, innuendoes, insinuations, fake outrages, and obsessions in The Wall Street Journal and other GOP language factories and fever swamps, Dec. 3-8, 2016

reversion to the norm

rhetorical claim: that the pro-growth, pro-business moderation of Trump is a reversion to the historical norm of American political life, and a rebuke to the ahistorical multiculturalists, sexual deviants, economic freeloaders and social justice warriors. 986 more words

Anchors

Unions face hard struggle in the age of Trump

Leaders of organized labor in the United States face in Donald Trump what may be the most anti-union administration since before Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. 1,246 more words

Labor

Tuesday Reads: VP Debate and Other News

Good Morning!!

Tonight at 9, Vice Presidential nominees Tim Kaine and Mike Pence will debate on national TV for the first and only time. We will have a live blog for discussion of the event. 1,651 more words

Morning Reads

Labor Day: It’s Not Just Another Holiday

This weekend, many are heading to the beach, enjoying a cook-out with friends and family, participating in and watching local parades, and hopefully having an all-around good time. 409 more words

Maine Politics

Looking To Maine's Future; The Needs Of The People

This past week, I had the privilege and honor to attend the biennial Maine AFL-CIO Committee on Political Action (COPE) Convention in Auburn.  As noted by Cynthia Phinney, President of the Executive Board, the upcoming election in November will again be one where the attack on workers and unions will be unrelenting. 1,440 more words

Right to Work Laws Part 5 - Social Issues Series

This term “right to work” has been bandied about for a while now.  Since it actually sounds like something good – the ability to help people… 664 more words

Lifestyle

Right to Work Laws and taxes

Wisconsin’s “Right to Work” laws were recently ruled to be unconstitutional. Known neanderthal and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker vowed to appeal, because he knows who is contributing to his campaign — and it ain’t the unions. 178 more words