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Toxic Treaty Favors Japan, Not the Philippines

Magkaisa Junk JPEPA Coalition | “In my view, the JPEPA is an atrocious treaty,” exclaimed noted international legal law expert and former Dean of the UP College of Law, Dean Merlin Magallona, one of the invited speakers at a roundtable discussion at the Senate today, which provided the venue for impacted sectors to share their findings on the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA).[i] Representatives and experts on behalf of nurses, agricultural workers, labor, and debt issues were present at the roundtable discussion. Foremost among the concerns raised by the group is how much favored Japan is under the JPEPA, at the expense of Filipinos and how the treaty ties the hands of the Philippine legislature in passing protective and development measures that favor and support Filipinos.

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Building Bridges: Blood and Oil in Colombia and A&P Rips Off Workers' Overtime

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI's Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report
presents this 27.5 minute radio program.

A "Slow Motion Train Wreck"

Stephen Lendman | Financial market turmoil and how the Federal Reserve increases it. more...  0 Comments

"Old Europe" Bails Out Idiot-run Free-Market US Government - Again

Varlet | A rant on the state of the world's economy, by Varlet
Right now, the entire world's banking system is being pressed to the limit of what it can do to prevent a worldwide crash of the capitalist system due to what one European banker called "a complete evaporation of liquidity". In layman's terms, that means that the world's banking system is running out of the funds needed to keep the capitalist credit system running. more...  4 Comments

White Plains Food Not Bombs

Jon Wilkes Booth | YouthPAC, a youth activism from westchester group has started a food not bombs in White Plains, the first serving will be this Saturday, August 18th at 12 pm in Tibbits Park in White Plains (at Main Street) more...  0 Comments


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Vicious Police Attack on IWW Solidarity March in Providence, Rhode Island

anarkid | Providence IWW organized a march on Jackie's Galaxy, which is a restaurant chain that is being
supplied by HWH in New York City, a supplier who is notorious for its slave labor conditions of up to 110 hours per week without basic labor rights (minimum wage and overtime). They were met with brutality by local police. more...  17 Comments

UK National Day of Action for Starbucks Employees- Aug. 18

Worker Freedom | Starbucks exploits its workers and the farmers who grow the coffee beans it uses. Worldwide it has over 12,000 stores and employs over 100,000 people. In Britain , it has over 500 stores employing 5,000 workers.
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Workers need to fight for rights

Worker Freedom | August 01, 2007

The next time a delivery man shows up at your door with Chinese food, a cheeseburger deluxe or a pizza, think about Gil Santiago.
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Building Bridges Monday:Utah Mine Disaster;Midsummer Markets Meltdown

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash
Monday, August 13, 2007, 7 - 8 p.m. EST, over 99.5 FM
or streaming live at
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Dave Barnett | Dr. Michio Kaku and Stephen Hawking worry about the darnedest things that tend to scare tards yet scheming springs eternal and Silicon never rusts. The Dr. confused miniaturization for advancement when he speculated that "quantum electronics" might spell an end to the usefulness, tool set, and skills in Silicon Valley. The technology considered here could also save WALL STREET, the valley and the human race.
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Manufacturing Gateway Gothenburg, Sweden. 19-21 October 2007

Mr Roger K. Olsson | Giuen Investor's Event 2007 more...  1 Comments

The Sun, Yuma, Ariz., Comings and Goings column: Don Quijote in the Foothills un

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Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro, Ky., Keith Lawrence, Business column: Delay in ai

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Ikea home furnishings store to open in Sunrise in fall

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BRIEF: Livonia hobby shop helps with scout and science projects

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EDITORIAL: Using selectivity with retail tenants

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Tempting the tastebuds

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Yes, Virginia, there are toys made in the U.S.: PARENT TO PARENT

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Canal Harbor panel considers site shift for Bass Pro: Would relocate store from

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