High unemployment, a growing population, and falling incomes are scaring me—and a lot of other Americans. So far, the only sane and hopeful response
There are currently 14.9 million unemployed Americans. Now imagine if there were a cache of jobs out there, unskilled jobs that anyone needing work
The unemployed need support, and they need a voice in Washington. In response to these needs, the Rev. Paul Sherry of the Washington DC
According the Dylan Ratigan show on MSNBC on October 8, 72% of all employers claim they cannot find qualified candidates to fill positions. This
Peter S. Goodman’s recent article in the New York Times, “The New Poor: Millions of Unemployed Face Years Without Jobs,” paints a bleak picture
I’m really hoping this catches on because it provides local support and empowerment for the unemployed while simultaneously strengthening their political voice on the
America is supposed to be the land of opportunity, where people who work hard can create wealth and security for themselves and their families.
Elizabeth Warren has been predicting the collapse of the middle class for years and unfortunately, her predictions are coming true. In this hour-long lecture,