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Tell Me Again, Why Should Liberals Support Barack Obama?

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE Andrew Leonard’s latest helps remind us: Obama continued George W. Bush’s bailout of the financial sector, has failed to prosecute any Wall Street executives for crimes related

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Capital’s Exploitation: An Industrial Reserve Army of Mass Human Material

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE Los Angeles One of mankind’s greatest historians and philosophers, Karl Marx, wrote: …if a surplus population of workers is a necessary product of accumulation or of the

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Don’t Stop Here, Jobless Americans

Credit:  Mike Licht, Last year, Wall Street’s cash bonus pool fell 14 percent, to $19.7 billion.

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Over One Hundred Jobseekers Stand In Line for LA Career Fair Bust

ADAM MICHAEL LUEBKE Los Angeles LOS ANGELES — Most of them wore their best attire while waiting in line with everybody else. A line of professionals, or those at least

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A Dirty Deal

Lori Wallach writes: With nine percent unemployment and Americans desperate for job creation, it is unconscionable that President Obama and

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North Dakota the Promised Land

North Dakota’s economy is blowing past the American economy like Devin Hester gripping a freshly-punted football. Alana Semuels writes: If

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The Real Unemployment Rate

Joe Mabel I’ve been mentioning the “real” unemployment rate in many of my blog posts and articles on the web.

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