Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Business/Labor/Economics (archive)


16 Beaver Group

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy: Economic, Workplace and Environment

AlterNet: Corporate Accountability and the Workplace

The American Conservative

American Rights at Work

Audio Anarchy

Big Vision: Interviews with Individuals & Organizations Creating Positive Change

Bill Moyers Journal

The Business (Film)

Business and Financial News (New York Times)


Columbia Journalism Review

Crimethinc.: Ex-Workers Collective

Democracy Now

Economic Policy Institute

The Epoch Times

Ethics Bites (Open University)

Expose: America's Investigative Reports (PBS)

Fora TV: Business

Fora TV: Giving

Have Fun, Do Good

Institute for Policy Studies

Institute for Policy Studies: Reports

Job Watch: Tracking Jobs and Wages

Jobs With Justice

Labor Notes

Landscapes of Global Capital: Representing Time, Space, & Globalization in Corporate Advertising

Lenin's Tomb

Libr.org: Supporting Progressive Librarians Since 1998

LRIS: Labor Relations Information System (Police/Firefighters)

Multinational Monitor

The Nation

NPR: Economy

Provoke Radio: Where Faith and Social Justice Meet

Reason Magazine: Free Minds and Free Markets

The Street: The Real Story with Frank Curzio

Too Much: A Commentary on Excess and Inequality

UChannel: Economy

United Auto Workers

United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE)

Wall Street Journal

Washington Babylon (Ken Silverstein/Harper's)

Who Owns What: Media

Worldview (WBEZ: Chicago Public Radio)


Robert Weissman: The 10 Worst Corporations of 2008

Bill Moyers Journal: Ken Silverstein on Influence Peddling in Washington DC

Michael T. Klare: The Fall of Triumphalism; GLOBAL TRENDS 2025: THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE COUNCIL'S 2025 PROJECT

John Nichols: Hands off the United Auto Workers (UAW)

Open Source: Douglas Blackmon - Neo-Slavery in Our Times

Institute For Policy Studies: Executive Excess 2008 (report)

Institute for Policy Studies: Understanding the Economic Crisis

Associated Press: Laid-off workers occupy Chicago factory; Jobs With Justice: Hold Bank of America Accountable; UE Updates on the Occupation

On the Media: Money Talks/Gateway Drugs (Pharmaceutical Industry)

David Moltz: Tenure on the Chopping Block in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System

Annenberg Media: Inside the Global Economy

Fora TV: Journalist Naomi Klein speaks with economists Joseph Stiglitz and Hernando de Soto in a conversation moderated by David Harvey

Democracy Now: Naomi Klein, Robert Kuttner and Michael Hudson Dissect Obama’s New Economic Team & Stimulus Plan

Democracy Now: Naomi Klein on the Bailout Profiteers and the Multi-Trillion-Dollar Crime Scene

Barack Obama Considering Eric Holder for Attorney General: Why We Should Be Concerned About His Role Defending Chiquita Brands in Columbia?

Provoke Radio #87: The Spiritual Lessons of the Financial Crisis

Margaret Trost - On That Day Everybody Ate: One Woman’s Story of Hope and Possibility in Haiti

Progressive Radio: Naomi Klein, the author of The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism

Progressive Radio: Stephen Pimpare - A People’s History of Poverty in America

London Review of Books: Slavoj Žižek - Use Your Illusions

NOW on PBS: Prisons for Profit

Sylvère Lotringer on Paulo Virno's A Grammar of the Multitude

Chi-Yun Shin: Art of branding--Tartan "Asia Extreme" films

Health Director for the Veterans Administration: Average of 18 War Veteran Suicides a Day and 200,000 Sleep Homeless On the Streets On Any Given Night

Bill Moyers Journal: Fred Harris on The Kerner Commission--40 Years Later

Bill Moyers Journal: The fight the California Nurses Association (CNA) has been waging over universal healthcare

Economic Question: Who Is Abusing Government Welfare?

Institute for Policy Studies: Understanding the Economic Crisis

Sam Pizzigati: A Whole Lot of CEO Pay Shaking Going On

BBC World Service Documnetaries: Failure or Fraud?

Democracy Now: Academy Award-Winning Filmmaker Michael Moore on the Election, the Bailout, Healthcare, and 10 Proposed Decrees for the New President’s

BBC Documentaries: The Lost Veterans

Bill Moyers Journal: George Soros

Bill Moyers Journal: James K. Galbraith

50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World

Peter Linebaugh and Marcus Rediker: The Hidden Labor of Capitalism

Ex-Asst. Treasury Sec. Paul Craig Roberts on Wall St. Bailout: “Has Deregulation Sired Fascism?”

Eamonn Fingleton: Getting the American economy back on solid ground will require new financial regulations.

Democracy Now: European, Asian Markets Plunge as Recession Fears Spread Worldwide

Martial Law Threatened to Politicians If They Did Not Pass the Bailout Bill

Naomi Klein: Naomi Klein: On Milton Friedman's Links to the Current Economic Crisis

Linda Blimes and Joseph Stiglitz - The Iraq War in dollars and cents

Fora TV: The Future of Health Care--The Candidates' Plans

Sara Robinson: 11 Racist Lies Conservatives Tell to Avoid Blaming Wall Street for the Financial Crisis

Days of War, Nights of Love: Crimethink for Beginners

Word for Word: David Cay Johnston--How the Rich Get Richer

Bernie Sanders: A Voice of Reason in the Economic Panic

Stephen Power and Gary Fields: How Voter Fury Stopped Bailout


Katrina vanden Heuvel & Eric Schlosser: America Needs a New New Deal

John R. MacArthur, the author of You Can't Be President: The Outrageous Barriers to Democracy in America

The Farm Bill: Understanding the Political, Agricultural, and Nutritional Impact

We the People Stories: The Legacy of 1808--Modern-Day Slavery

Mark Achbar's The Corporation Available for Free Online

James s. Henry: Socialism for Bankers, Savage Capitalism for Everyone Else?

Adam Fields -- Getting Rid of the (Production) Shingles

Al Ruddy: Shrugging Off Atlas Shrugged

Fora TV: Bill Clinton in conversation with moderator James Fallows at the Aspen Institute's 2006 Aspen Ideas Festival

Film School: Irene Salina on FLOW: FOR LOVE OF WATER

Amy Goodman: The Party Police

Amy Goodman: Wall Street Socialists

Q and A: Peter Wallison--The History and Background of Fannie Ma and Freddie Mac

Frida Berrigan: Military Industrial Complex 2.0; Craig Kielburger, Marc Kielburger and Chris Mallinos: Cheated into Working in a War Zone

Open Source: Douglas Blackmon on Neo-Slavery in Our Times

Worldview: Catholic Priests' Strategy for Peacemaking; Global Activism--Making Rugs and Improving Lives in Pakistan

Worldview: Zimbabwe--Power-sharing Deal Reached?; Burmese Refugees Find Work in Meat-Processing Plants; Resettling Refugees in the U.S.

On the Media: Instruments of War; Cooking the Books

On the Media: Text Me

NPR Economy: How to Know If You're Rich

FilmSchool: Tom Stern on This is a Business

Media Matters: Myths and falsehoods about oil policies

Kirby Dick on This Film Is Not Yet Rated

Richard Posner: Copyright

After Words: Thomas Frank, author of The Wrecking Crew: How Conservatives Rule

BusinessWeek/Expose/Bill Moyers Journal: The Business of Poverty

Bill Moyers Journal: Andrew J. Bacevich on The Limits of Power

Bill Moyers' Journal: The Middle Class Squeeze

Online Storytelling & Cause Marketing: An Interview with Jonah Sachs of Free Range Studios

To the Best of Our Knowledge: The New Abolitionists

Annenberg Media: Ethics in America

Steven Wishnia: Both of My Grandfathers Were Illegal Immigrants

ABC News/Feministe/Curvature: Justice for Jamie Leigh Jones

Aditya Chakrabortty: Internal World Bank study delivers blow to plant energy drive

Democracy Now: Groundbreaking Lawsuit Accuses Big Oil of Conspiracy to Deceive Public About Climate Change; "Global Disruption" More Accurately Describes Climate Change, Not "Global Warming" - Leading Scientist John Holdren

Ken Mondschein: Diamond Engagement Rings

Democracy Now: Supreme Court Slashes Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Fine to One-Tenth of Original $5 Billion Ruling

EU To Raise Working Week To 65 Hours

PBS: Mapping the Media Giants

Free Radio Santa Monica: Folksinger/Activist Utah Phillips on the Labor Movement

Mother Jones: Medicare's Hidden Bonanza--After millions in campaign contributions, an insurance magnate's 10-year lobbying campaign finally pays off

AlterNet: Exxon Valdez Disaster 101

Michael Benton: Downloading Music--Serious Crime? Welcome to Bizarro World?

Walmart: Paragon of Freedom and Justice

Jeff Epton: Mainstream Media's Anti-Union Bias


Kari Lyderson: Bottled Water Blues

Linda Ocasio: Home Girls in the House

AlterNet: Ten Worst Corporations of 2003

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