LA Progressive: June 14 to 20, 2009

This Week’s Newsletter Here Does the Obama Plan for Reforming Wall Street Measure Up? —Robert Reich California Democrats: “Spreading the Pain” from Sacramento —Joseph Palermo Black Victims of ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ —Herndon Davis The Italian Job: Border Police Seize $134 Billion in US Government Securities —Charley James From Analog To Digital: Nothing’s Free Anymore [...]

This Week in The LA Progressive: March 22 to March 28

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Avoiding the Greater Depression New York, City of the Poor. This city that never sleeps, and others, will experience economic and social death without a vibrant middle class and viable opportunities to earn a living. –David A. Love The Magical Mystery Majority Budget. The bills passed, the Republicans threatened to sue, the Governor announced he [...]

The Lonesome City Blues

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A friend who lost his job in a newspaper washout some time ago said it made him feel alone and isolated in the city. He was describing the intense feelings of rejection that accompany sudden unemployment. He was talking about the loneliness that an outcast feels. I know that feeling. I became like him on [...]