ShareThis

Custom Search

Walmart Workers Demand Right To Unionize

Sunday, October 07, 2012

From Al Jazeera English:

Walmart workers from around the world have gathered in front of Los Angeles City Hall, demanding better working conditions and the right to unionise the world's biggest retail store chain. The US retail giant has 10,000 stores in 27 countries, employing 2.2 million people. Workers in several of these countries have won union representation, but not in the US. The protest came after 70 Walmart workers staged a one-day walkout this week from stores in Los Angeles, calling it the first strike against the company in the US. Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Los Angeles

Read more...

Hero SEAL's Name Sails with New US Warship

Being a Navy veteran, this kind of story always gets to me.

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Read more...

Rick Santorum Orders Hit on Big Bird, Would Like to Kill and Eat Him

Read more...

Michele Bachmann Goes to Synagogue, Offends People

Read more...

Obama~Biden 2012 iPhone Wallpaper

Read more...

President Obama Weekly Address: Congress Needs to Keep America Moving Forward

Read more...

Right Wing Meltdown Over Positive Jobs Numbers! Conspiracy Ensues!

Read more...

President Obama and Voting Rights

Read more...

Stewart and O'Reilly Debate




Stewart and O’Reilly debate online amid viewer complaints (via Raw Story )

Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly engaged in a much-anticipated debate Saturday night, though the online broadcast was marred by a wave of complaints from viewers who either couldn’t order the broadcast or were kicked out after paying $4.95 for it. Celebrity Cafe.com reported that would-be viewers…

Read more...

Copyright

All material is the copyright of the respective authors. The purveyor of this blog has made and attempt, whenever possible, to credit the appropriate copyright holder.

  © Blogger template Newspaper by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP