Tag Archives: Robert Reich

Robert Reich On Friday’s Jobs Report

Robert Reich started a newsletter last week. While he said the letter would land only a couple times a week, so far he has sent out some truly pithy comments daily – even Saturday. When I saw this, I felt … Continue reading

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Robert Reich: The Cause Of Economic Collapse

Once again Robert Reich hits the nail on the head concerning the REAL causes behind our problems. At the bottom line of nearly every problem in this country is money. Imbalance in wealth and income ripples throughout the economy causing … Continue reading

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Iowans Want September To Be Declared Labor Union Appreciation Month

Progress Iowa <press@progressiowa.org> Wed 9/1/2021 2:00 PM For Immediate Release: September 1, 2021 Contact: Ivy Beckenholdt, ivy@progressiowa.org Iowans Want September To Be Declared Labor Union Appreciation Month More than 80 elected officials, organizations, and businesses sign on in support at … Continue reading

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Robert Reich: The Real Socialism In America

I have made no bones about my admiration for Robert Reich. He tells the true story of how workers fare in the US. That story for the most part is no good. Here Reich talks about the real welfare queens … Continue reading

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How Workers Can Reclaim Power

The following is a short (6 minute) video by Robert Reich. Reich is the former Secretary of Labor under President Clinton. He may be optimistic,  but he always brings up great points: Labor was once the very backbone of the … Continue reading

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Robert Reich: Don’t Worry About Inflation

From his blog:     The Inflation Bogeyman WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 2021 Friends, You’re hearing a lot about inflation these days. Don’t buy it. Every time the economy gets a bit of wind in its sails and workers get a … Continue reading

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Betsy DeVos’ Deadly Plan to Open Schools

Once again former Secretary of Labor, economics professor and founder of Inequality Media Robert Reich brings light on an insane trump administration policy. The policy in this case is the push to re-open public schools across the country no matter … Continue reading

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Robert Reich – The Rich Get Much, Much Richer

Robert Reich once again puts the current economic situation in plain language. (13 minutes) The current economic situation, especially the inequalities between workers and shareholders in a normal year would be a central issue in a presidential election. Our current … Continue reading

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Who Is Really Looting America?

Robert Reich must see video. About 4 minutes. Did I say Must See?

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Robert Reich: Trump’s Failed Coronavirus Response

(Video: 6 minutes 40 seconds) This short video from Robert Reich’s Inequality Media pretty well lays out the damning timeline of Trump’s inaction on the pandemic while our fellow Americans passed the virus around. It was worse than inaction, he … Continue reading

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