Category Archives: The War On Workers

The war on workers: is this one of the last class action lawsuits?

From 538 Significant Digits: $65 million settlement Speaking of huge retailers, Walmart may soon pay a $65 million class-action settlement for making its cashiers stand, and failing to provide them with “suitable seats.” The suit was first brought in 2009, … Continue reading

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A detailed strategy for winning the war against dark money

No, not mine. I’m not that brilliant. My general strategy for coping with dark money is by reading books about it and being scared and furious. What has scared me the most is how dark money pours into particular districts … Continue reading

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So what’s doing with federal judicial appointments?

You don’t want to know. Yes, you do. More soft ‘n’ fuzzy diaper ads and stacking the federal courts with lifetime appointments for radicals who in no way represent the views and values of the majority of us. These items … Continue reading

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