10 Most Read Articles: 23-30 June 2012

corporate feudalism

Sharon Kyle’s “Corporate Feudalism” led the pack this week:. Technological advances in communications, transportation, automation and the like have changed the mutual dependencies that once existed between the American middle class and the super rich.

LA Progressive Articles — June 27 to July 3, 2010

Articles by Ivan Eland, David A. Love, SH. Scott Prosterman, Michele Waslin, Jerry Drucker, Ed Rampell, Georgianne Nienaber, Robert Letcher, Robert Fuller, Tom Degan, Kathleen Gronnerud, Anthony Samad, Andrea Nill, Sikivu Hutchinson, Tracy Emblem, Michael Sigman, Rev. Irene Monroe, Tina Dupuy, Linda Milazzo, Bill Londrigan, Mike Price, Jim Fuller, Mary Pallant, John Peeler, Sharon Kyle, Lydia Howell, and Steve Hockstadt,

Eight Ways You Can Stop Rankism

waitress

Robert Fuller: If you’re patronizing a store or restaurant, avoid the mistake of thinking that because “the customer is king” you can be a tyrant. The majority of servers and clerks are doing their jobs as best they can, often under trying conditions and a great deal of pressure.

LA Progressive: October 4 to 10, 2009

Obama Trapped Behind Wall of Mideast Containment: It’s the Iranians, Stupid. In reality, Obama’s troubles are not caused primarily by “the bad guys,” nor by Israel’s supposed power or that of the domestic “Israeli lobby,” nor even, as some critics charge, his own tendency to vacillate. Instead, he’s trapped in the conundrum that’s built into [...]

LA Progressive: September 20 to September 26

Pentagon Taking Over U.S. Foreign Policy. Some idea of Pentagon dominance over diplomatic approaches may be gleaned from the Pentagon’s $664 billion annual budget compared with State’s $52 billion. “Washington employs more military band members than it does foreign service officers.” –Sherwood Ross America Needs a True Revolution of Values. What can Sen. Jim DeMint, [...]

Friday Feedback: The Gates Teaching Moment

Most Fridays the LA Progressive features a comment that was particularly noteworthy. This week we are featuring a comment submitted by David Landau, commenting on Robert Fuller’s “Rankism: The Elephant in Professor Gates’s House.” Here’s David’s comment: Robert Fuller’s piece is certainly the best analysis I’ve seen of “Gates-Gate.” Rather than produce a whodunit, or [...]

LA Progressive: June 28 to July 4, 2009

Spare Us the Elvis-Michael Comparisons—H. Scott Prosterman President Obama: Help Bring Paula Home—Denis Campbell Michael Jackson: The BADDEST Entertainer of Our Generation—Anthony Asadullah Samad Reflections on Racism—Nadia Hijab After a Century of Overthrows, What’s Washington’s Role?—Alan McPherson The Chávez-Castro Connection Lies in a Now Forgotten Chapter of the Cold War—Brian Nelson What Cap and Trade [...]

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