Monthly Archives: November 2011

Brilliant Idea – Mass Refusal to Pay Student Debt

Nov. 30. A couple of years ago we started talked about the crushing burdens placed on students once they graduate because of the huge loans they have to take to get their college education. Some are calling this “debt bondage”. … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just the 1% – Know Your Class!

Nov. 29. Just had a chance to read Steve Early’s fine piece of November 15 ” A Lesson for Labor From Occupy Wall Street”. It’s similar is some ways to a point I made here in March in a post … Continue reading

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See Michael Moore’s Movie “Capitalism a Love Story”

It’s funny, it’s blood boiling and it’s a radical attack on the Wall Street Crap Game. Even if you saw it before, come at 10 a.m. on Dec. 7 in the New Haven Main Library on 133 Elm Street (Program … Continue reading

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Capitalism Can’t Cure Climate Catastrophe

video of talk by Stanley Heller at Billings Forge, Hartford, CT as part of a panel “The Road to Economic Justice – The Way Forward” 11/19/2011

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Make Target a Target and “Buy Nothing Day”

Occupy Wall Street evicted, Target workers made to work at midnight, Supercommittee ready to slash government spending and social benefits. What can we do right now? First off we can join the 50,000 who are telling Target to cancel its … Continue reading

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We Have Five Years

Five years until humanity’s mad carbon-burning carnival brings about “irreversible” change. That’s the conclusion of the International Energy Agency. Despite all the lip service about working toward a “green” world, carbon-dioxide emissions in 2010 grew by an ‘almost unprecedented’ 5.3% … Continue reading

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