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Hard Work - Pulitizers - War - Labor - Outsourcing

By Remy Benoit

From Media Bistro and Maya Avrasin Pulitzers Recognize 'Stubborn Reporting'.

From 2007 Pulitzer Prize: Charlie Savage, National Reporting Stories awarded the Pulitzer Prize. The Balance of Power is fundamental to our way of life - we need to protect that. Thanks for your efforts on our behalf, Charlie!

From Katrina Vanden Heuvel at The Nation The Progressive Gap. It is obvious that if we want Congress to stand up, we have to stand up and demand that they do. Iraq and Environmental issues are top priorities - soldiers, Iraqis, and the planet are dying. What does it take to make us stand up?

From Juan Cole at The Nation How to Get Out of Iraq.

From Public Affairs Books, Richard C. Leone and Greg Anrig, JR. LIBERTY UNDER ATTACK: Reclaiming Our Freedoms in an Age of Terror.

Unionism has a vast, painful, history in this country. Let us not forget the sacrifice of those who fought so hard for labor legislation. Let us stop outsourcing our nation's infrastructure. Employee Free Choice Act.

Let's take a walk Down History Lane, and remember Railroad Strike of 1877.

Triangle Factory Fire: 1911.

The Homestead and Pullman Strikes.

From Info Please The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment.

From the Daytona Beach News Journal and Audrey Parente Update: Soldier health scare back in news.

From the Populist Party of America and Lonnie D. Story Radiation "All the Tragedy".

Turn on your sound and visit with the American Labor Studies Center Labor Songs. Click on "Union Label" and honor those who fought so hard for it. I have my Granny's old Union Card in an honored place.

Come on, America - if you don't know your history, how can you possibly protect your future? You don't even have to go to the library anymore - the information is just a click away. Be a Patriot - defend our country and those who built it for you, protected it for you, at such a heavy, heavy cost!


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