Mr. Colbert — Wanna Help Us Make a Better Tomorrow, Today?

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Wendy Block: But Stephen, my basic motivation for telling you about DISCLOSE is because when you oppose things, you lavish them with criticism on your show for the benefit of the entire Colbert Nation, which pretty much means the entire universe. I bet your opposition could – no, will — clinch our victory.

Ironically, Anti-Union Republicans Need Unions

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Walter Brasch: The unions had already said they would accept what amounts to an 8 percent cut. But, Walker, acting more like a caricature of a Fat Cat Boss, refused to negotiate. His demands, if put into law, would essentially “gut” public worker unions.

Checks and Balances, Part II

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Ron Wolff: Here I reveal how a coalition of sub-populations cutting in an entirely different direction (connecting selected people with powerful segments of government) can become destabilizing — possibly even undemocratic (dare I say dictatorial?).

Wrath of Suburbanites and Independents

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The public’s anger arises from the sense that Washington only serves the interests of the rich and powerful while the middle class gets bupkis. When was the last time the federal government did anything for the working middle class?

Friday Feedback: Who Are the Consumers When No One Has the Money to Buy Anything?

Every Friday the LA Progressive features a comment that was particularly noteworthy. This week we are featuring a comment submitted by Ramona, writing in response to Joseph Palermo’s “Blue Dogs and Citigroup Fight the Employee Free Choice Act.” Ramona writes Great piece. We were at our most stable when unions and the middle class flourished. [...]

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