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  • What are the united home care workers of Pennsylvania union pros and cons
    What are the united home care workers of Pennsylvania union pros and cons
    In Pennsylvania, consumer directed home care workers are considering to join a union in order to have a voice in government. Tom Wolf is trying to get this union started. United Home Care Workers of Pennsylvania have been sending out brochures,...
  • Confederate Battle Flag
    Last days of the Confederacy
    As the Civil War moved into its third year, the tide of victory began to slowly ebb away from the Confederate States of America (CSA). When General Robert E. Lee led the Army of Northern Virginia into Pennsylvania, they were dealt a serious blow...
  • Confederate States of America
    Confederate States of America – Part 2
    Following the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln four months after his election, the Confederate States of America (CSA) were now in possession of public property within their boundaries that belonged to the United States – among them...
  • Stars and Bars
    Birth of the Confederate States of America
    Also known as the Confederacy, the Confederate States of America (CSA) was composed of 11 Southern states that seceded from the United States prior to the Civil War during the years 1860 – 1861. They operated as a separate government until...
  • The Bloodplums
    The Bloodplums are in your face this Friday night
    If you are looking for a nice evening out to spend time chatting with friends or that special someone then you are not going to want to put the Union on your itinerary. If you want some in your face punk infused rock music then I suggest you get...
  • Civil War flags
    Union troops win their first battle of the Civil War
    Known as the Battle of Fishing Creek by the Confederates, the Battle of Mill Springs took place on January 19, 1862 near Nancy, Kentucky. The Union victory brought to an end a string of victories by the Confederate campaign. Brigadier General...
  • A look to the past
    Christmastime Tribute Extortion
    The former president of International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) was sentenced to 22 months in prison for conspiring to extort ILA Local 1235 longshoremen on the New Jersey piers for Christmastime tribute payments. The International...
  • We the People
    FREEDOM VS LIBERTY
    The Sons of Liberty, the Liberty Tree, the Liberty Bell, the Statue of Liberty – liberty, liberty, liberty – our Founding Fathers were enamored with the idea of liberty – but why?To them, it was a sacred trust, a precious...
  • Mulgrew
    Teachers union boss threatens violence against Common Core critics
    According to a video posted Monday at Progressives Today, Michael Mulgrew, president of the New York teachers union, threatened physical violence against critics of Common Core, telling members of the American Federation of Teachers he would punch...
  • Six Minute Bathroom Break
    6-minute bathroom rule: Chicago company rewards 6-min poopers, penalizes laggers
    If you think the rules governing non-work time in your office are strict, spend some time working at (the ironically titled) WaterSaver Faucet Company. This Chicago-based manufacturer, which provides faucets, valves and such to science...
  • Uber escalates the war on taxis in New York City
    Uber escalates the war on taxis in New York City
    Like most unionized workers, any competition or opposition to their job or field if trade is usually met with swift and populist reprisal. And for the 45000 unionized cab drivers in New York City, their war against a new company dedicated to...
  • Truth or Consequences
    You are too stupid
    You need to be protected from yourself and a free market.The prevailing sentiment in Akron, Ohio, and indeed across the country today is that consumers and workers are too stupid to be trusted to make good decisions in a free market place. As a...
  • Russia, Ukraine Map
    And then there were three: Russia creates Eurasian Union as hedge against EU, US
    The leaders of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed the Eurasian Economic Union agreement yesterday in the Kazakh capitol of Astana. Coming into effect on January 1, 2015, the deal will establish free trade, open labor migration and unbridled...
  • Constitution
    Connecticut lawmakers kill amendment to teach U.S. Constitution in schools
    In the process of approving a bill requiring a special K-12 curriculum on organized labor and capitalism, lawmakers in Connecticut shot down a GOP proposal to teach the U.S. Constitution, EAG News reported Thursday. The measure failed with a 26-9...
  • Apache Canyon
    The Battle of Glorietta Pass was labeled the ‘Gettysburg of the West’
    On March 28, 1862, New Mexico (which then included the area now known as Arizona) played host to an often overlooked Civil War conflict; the Battle of Glorietta Pass. The Confederates involved in the battle hailed primarily from Texas, whereas the...
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