Friday, January 02, 2009

Business/Labor/Economics (2009)


AlterNet: Corporate Accountability and the Workplace

American Association of University Professors

SIFT Line:

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

American Educator (American Federation of Teachers)

American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

The American Prospect

American Rights at Work: Advancing Democracy in the American Workplace

Audio Anarchy

Beat the Press (Dean Baker/The American Prospect)

The Big Money (Slate Magazine)

Big Vision: Interviews with Individuals & Organizations Creating Positive Change

Bill Moyers Journal

Building Bridges Radio: Your Community and Labor Report

The Business (Film)

Business and Financial News (New York Times)


CEPR: Center for Economic and Policy Research

Columbia Journalism Review

CorpWatch: Holding Corporations Accountable

Counterspin (FAIR)

Crimethinc.: Ex-Workers Collective

Democracy Now

Democracy Uprising (Mark Engler)

Economic Policy Institute

The Epoch Times

Ethics Bites (Open University)

Expose: America's Investigative Reports (PBS)

Eye on the Bailout: The $1.1 Trillion Taxpayer-Funded Bailout (Pro Publica)

FAIR: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting

Fora TV: Business

Fora TV: Giving

Frontline Documentaries (PBS)

Have Fun, Do Good

Huffington Post

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 (London libertarian communists) Supporting Progressive Librarians Since 1998

LRIS: Labor Relations Information System (Police/Firefighters)

Multinational Monitor

The Nation

National Commission on Teaching and America's Future

NPR: Economy

Open Source Cinema

Pro Publica: Journalism in the Public Interest

Provoke Radio: Where Faith and Social Justice Meet

Public Citizen: Protecting Health, Safety and Democracy

Reason Magazine: Free Minds and Free Markets

Reuter's Financial Glossary (Wiki)

The Smirking Chimp

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)

Your Money (NPR)

Z Magazine


Kevin Kelly: The New Socialism - Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online

Landmark Trial Set to Begin Over Shell’s Role in 1995 Execution of Nigerian Human Rights Activist Ken Saro-Wiwa; “The True Cost of Chevron"

Honoring Our Veterans on Memorial Day: We Must Repair Our Social Compact with Our Troops

Bob Black: The Abolition of Work and Other Essays

Democracy Now: Doctors, Nurses and Activists Arrested Again for Protesting Exclusion of Single-Payer Advocates at Senate Hearing on Healthcare

Counterspin: Glenn Greenwald on torture, Rose Aguilar on tent cities

Gary Rhoades, AAUP and Cynthia Leonor Garza, AFT: Joint Statement Urging the KCTCS To Restore Tenure and Regain the Academic Community’s Confidence

Noam Chomsky and Robert Trivers: On Deceit , Groupthink, Maintaining Credibility, and Denial

Feministe: Take a Minute for Fair Pay; Employee Free Choice Act -- National Ad; Take Action: Show Congress the Faces of the Employee Free Choice Act!

Michael D. Yates: A Nation of Immigrants

John Schmitt: Unions and Upward Mobility for Service-Sector Workers

Sam Pizzigati: A Serial Job-Killer Is Stalking America

Jennifer Dubin: From Picket Line to Partnership -- A Union, a District, and Their Thriving Schools

Juan Gonzalez: New Riverside Church pastor Rev. Brad Braxton's $600K compensation prompts parishioners' suit

Pro Publica: Eye on the Bailout -- The $1.1 Trillion Taxpayer-Funded Bailout

Democracy Now: Noam Chomsky on the Global Economic Crisis, Healthcare, US Foreign Policy and Resistance to American Empire

Gary Rhoades: The Need for Tenure and Engagement

Saul Hansell: Reports on Time-Warner and ATT Cable Controversies and Why Japan Has a Better Model; Tana Geneva: On Consumer Responses

Cara Richards on the Recent Decision by the Board of Regents for the Kentucky Community and Technical College System to Eliminate Teacher Tenure

C. Wright Mills: The Sociological Imagination; Stanley Aronowitz: A Mills Revival?

Matt Taibbi: Teabagging Michelle Malkin

Thom Hartmann: The Real Boston Tea Party was Against the Wal-Mart of the 1770s

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy: Proponents Say Workers' Rights Bill Unfairly Tarnished

Fora TV: Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig and pop artist Shepard Fairey discuss copyright law in a conversation with author Steven Johnson

Democracy Now: A New Way Forward -- Protests Scheduled Across the Country Calling on Banks to Nationalize, Reorganize, Decentralize

Counterspin: Lori Wallach on Buy America brouhaha, Dan Beeton on Venezuela

National Commission on Teaching and America's Future: America's Schools Are About to Be Hit By the Largest Teacher Retirement Wave in History

The Nation: Meltdown 101

Matt Taibbi: AIG Exec Whines About Public Anger, and Now We're Supposed to Pity Him?

Democracy Now: Marxist Geographer David Harvey on the G20, the Financial Crisis and Neoliberalism

Democracy Now: Thousands Flood London’s Financial District to Protest G20 Summit; After G20, Mass Protests Await Obama at NATO Meeting

Saul Hansell: The Economics of Snooping on Internet Traffic

Speaking of Faith: Repossessing Virtue -- Wise Voices from Religion, Science, Industry and the Arts on the Economic Crisis

Worldview: Rob Hopkins -- Irish Transition Town Movement; Bill Wilson -- Midwesterner Brings Transition Towns to Illinois

Worldview: Arvind Ganesan--Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations; Fernando Coronil--Hugo Chavez in the Era of Obama

Weekly Signals: Will Bunch author of Tear Down This Myth: How the Reagan Legacy Has Distorted Our Politics and Haunts Our Future

Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents Vote to Abolish Tenure on July 1st

Radio West: The New Victory Garden

Media Matters with Bob McChesney: Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research

BBC World Service: Global snapshots of the worldwide recession

Democracy Now: Public Outcry Forces Lawmakers to Say They’ll Recoup Millions in AIG Bonuses, But Why Not the Billions in Taxpayer Bailout Funds?

On the Media: The Growing Cable Monopoly -- Comcast

Gareth Evans: Franny Armstrong's The Age of Stupid

Richard Wolff: Capitalism Hits the Fan--On the Economic Meltdown

Fora TV: Robert Reich -- 2009 Economic Forecast

Robert Greenwald: Who's Keeping Burger King Workers Below the Poverty Line?javascript:void(0)

Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary (Pepita Ferrari: 2008); RiP: A Remix Manifesto (Brett Gaylor: 2008); Lawrence Lessig: Final Free Culture

Sam Pizzigati: The 10 Greediest People of 2008

Sam Stein: Bailed-Out Firms Distributing Cash Rewards: "Please Do Not Call It A Bonus"

Rachel Weiner: GOP Rep. Cantor Attacks Union With Profanity-Laced Web Video

Economist James Galbraith: Bailed-Out Banks Should Be Declared Insolvent

Elbert Venture: Down and Out, Not in Beverly Hills--Frozen River, Wendy and Lucy, and other great new movies about America's poor.

Welfare in America

Speaking of Faith: Pankaj Mishra -- The Buddha in the World

Kai Ma: Is a GED More Valuable Than a PhD?

Robbie Graham and Matthew Alford: The Power Behind the Screen

Bailout Recipients Use Money to Attack Key Labor Bill; Slavery Defended: The Views of the Old South

Matt Taibbi: Someone Take Away Thomas Friedman's Computer Before He Types Another Sentence

David Korten: The Speech President Obama Should Deliver… But Won't

Media Matters with Bob McChesney: Deepa Kumar on the limitations of the corporate media system

Philosophy Bites: Chandran Kukathas on Genocide

Obama's Inauguration: Hiding the Homeless

Matt Zoller Seitz: Copy Rites--YouTube vs. Kevin B. Lee

The Business: In Bombay with Film Director Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire

Guardian Weekly: The Bush Years

Your Money: David Cay Johnston on How the Rich Get Richer

Virginia Postrel: Pop Psychology--Why asset bubbles are a part of the human condition that regulation can’t cure

Mark Engler: Spreading the Wealth

Erica Thompson: Operation Disrupt Democracy in El Salvador

Edward S. Herman: Neoliberalism and Bottom-Line Morality

Robert Weissman: The 10 Worst Corporations of 2008

2008 Archive

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