The always high cost of low wages
Apple is about to announce its biggest profits yet. Will they stay in the U.S.?
Trinity Wall Street, a Wal-Mart investor known for its exceeding wealth, sued after the company turned down a proposal calling for its board to increase oversight on gun sales.
Fox News, Your World with Neil Cavuto, Sept. 24, 2014. Neil Cavuto continually talks over his guest, Richard Fowler when he attempts to explain why Walmart's business practices and race to the bottom are bad for American workers and the economy. Cavuto claims he's "not a Walmart apologist" while doing just that.
Bill Maher's New Rules: Real Time, Friday, April 4, 2014. Maher asks if the media can spend a little time looking for America's vanishing missing class now that they're finally finished chasing after that missing airplane 24/7.
Sam Seder weighs in on grifter Peter Schiff who decided to harass Walmart shoppers about whether or not the workers in those stores ought to be paid a living wage.
While news such as Walmart doing canned food drives for their own employees and the NLRB deciding to pursue charges against Walmart for violating labor laws are making their way into the headlines this week, what are the talking heads over at Fox doing? You guessed it... damage control.
Fox's Jonathan Hoenig thinks Walmart buying goods made in America is somehow un-American.
Even after the shutdown's over, we will still have the Wall Street bankers on top of the world, and low-wage working poor on the bottom.
A new belt-fed AR-15 military-style assault rifle can fire rounds as fast as fully-automatic machine guns -- and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) says that a legal loophole means that the gun is perfectly legal in the United States.
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