"Wherever somebody's strugglin' to be free [Read more]
Look in their eyes Mom you'll see me"
Inspired by Woody Guthrie's The Ballad of Tom Joad, this haunting song also draws upon the same source material, John Steinbeck's classic The Grapes of Wrath....
The greatest obstacle to meaningful economic change, going back several decades now, has been the divide between elitist progressive reformers and the greater mass of the general public... [Read more]
Many companies have tried to enact "pay secrecy" guidelines that prevent employees from discussing their pay-scale with co-workers. They hope to discourage workers from pooling information in order to agitate for higher wages... [Read more]
A very significant problem with our movements is they embody a set of values and norms which, whatever the motivation may be, come across as anti-working class. That come across as uncongenial to working people participating... [Read more]
Members of Medieval European society once believed in the Great Chain of Being, a divinely mandated hierarchy which placed the king and his nobles above all other classes of society... [Read more]
Our current joblessness crisis does not only stem from a general economic downturn. Just as important is the fact that employers are constantly finding new ways to eliminate jobs by forcing their existing employees to work longer and harder... [Read more]
"Ain't singin' for Pepsi / Ain't singin' for Coke, [Read more]
Ain't singin' for nobody / Makes me look like a joke."
The 1980s saw an increasing number of musicians selling out to corporations and start shilling their products in commercials...
One of the key shortcomings of the capitalist system is its focus on short term profits while downplaying or ignoring significant long-term harm... [Read more]