“Do you want to pay for electricity or feed more hungry people?”
Nashua, NH – The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter (NSKS), which provides food and shelter to thousands of people in need, is set to become the first solar-powered nonprofit in Nashua and one … Continue reading
October 16 Queen Marie Antoinette, wife of Louis XVI, is beheaded during the French Revolution. When alerted that the peasants were suffering due to widespread bread shortages, lore has it that she replied, “Let them eat cake.”&… Continue reading
Trump’s Executive Order, Ending of Cost Sharing Reductions, and Roll Back of No-cost Contraception Will Rob Millions of Their Health Care
With the recent defeat of Graham Cassidy and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal efforts that preceded, we thought the battle to save our … Continue reading
“Childhood food insecurity is a national problem, it occurs when children receive insufficient food on a regular basis; in many cases missing meals entirely. After a while, these children also experience “fear of hunger” that affects their behavior as much as physical hunger affects their bodies. There are more than … Continue reading
NASHUA, NH October 12, 2017 – During their meeting on October 10, the Nashua Teachers’ Union … Continue reading
As Battle Over NAFTA Investor Protections Heats Up, Trinational Coalition Delivers 400,000 Petitions Demanding Elimination of Corporate Rights and Tribunals
Investor-State Dispute Settlement Becomes Key Measure of Whether NAFTA Renegotiations Will Benefit Working People or Expand Corporate Power
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Growing public opposition to the expansive corporate … Continue reading
Walmart announced a $20 Billion stock buyback yesterday.
From Business Insider: Walmart is using the oldest trick in the book to boost its stock price
$20 Billion is a whole lot of money.
- It’s equal to almost $8,700 per full-time Walmart employee.[i]
- It’s more than three … Continue reading
Paul fund-raises on his ‘right to work’ bill, rates a zero on
Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights report card
By BERRY CRAIG
AFT Local 1360
Rand Paul is all in for “right to work,” but he knows his national RTW bill is going … Continue reading
Even when Trump won the Electoral College, after losing the popular vote, his approval ratings were slightly underwater. In fact, Trump somehow won the Electoral College with a 61% “unfavorable” rating, the “worst in presidential polling history,” according to Gallup Polling.
Today, Morning Consult, released the results of … Continue reading