It's rare to see SOLIDARITY in America. While the workers had nothing to lose by occupying the factory, I've also received emails organizing protests at BofA in San Francisco which I'm sure has something to do BofA's decision to provide the credit line.
I hadn't realized how bad things are in France until I read this Spiegel article about Zarkozy's power grab, human rights violations and police brutality.
Dec 7, 2:35 PM (ET)
I was listening to public radio Las Vegas on my way home from town and they were broadcasting a town hall meeting about the economy.
One of the speakers was from the Salvation Army and according to him, they normally have about 150 bell ringer jobs and barely have enough people. This year they got over 1000 applications.
I just heard an interview with Jesse Trentadue, one of the few attorneys I respect. He sued the government and WON $1.1 million for emotional distress and after years of appeals, they finally sent the check. Now Trentadue is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to a murder conviction.
A doctor volunteering in war-torn Congo performed a complex amputation to save a boy’s life by following instructions sent by text message from a colleague in London.
A walrus has become a star attraction with visitors at a zoo by learning to play the saxophone.
Items that I've ordered online and would love to see offered by Trado merchants:
NO GM seeds or food.
ORGANIC FOODS - FAIR TRADE