Cyberunions Episode 91: Announcing the Punch a Nazi Challenge, Take that Ice Bucket!
Download Ogg Ogg lite MP3 Torrent Update section Richard Spencer punch to the music of Born in the USA. Peoples Inauguration Friday night in Boston. Womens march Saturday in Boston over 175,000 people. Labor section ideas Framing the conditions. Davos — themes, new tech and rise of robots, globalization and retreat of globalization. Typically not […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast – Episode 51 The Big Blue…Wisconsin Bust!
Download Ogg Download Ogg low quality Download MP3 Sorry comrades no notes this week, we’ll try to update them later http://archive.org/download/CyberunionsPodcastEpisode51-TheBigBlue....wisconsinBust/51CtsBigBlueWisconsinBust.oggPodcast: Play in new window | Downloadhttp://archive.org/download/CyberunionsPodcastEpisode51-TheBigBlue....wisconsinBust/51CtsBigBlueWisconsinBust.oggPodcast (oggcast): Play in new window | DownloadContinue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast Episode 50 – Balls! We want the finest wines available to humanity
Download high quality ogg Download low quality ogg Download Mp3 Too…drunk to write this all up but here are the notes from the show… Walton gives an update to the Union Busting Scumbag Bastards of GE…the union won!!! Stephen references the student movement in 1968 before the Olympics in Mexico City We celebrated too much […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast: Episode 47 – No matter who you vote for, the Government always wins
Download High Quality Ogg Download low quality Ogg Download MP3 (Sorry for the MP3 Delay) Strikes and elections in Europe The weather in Scotland is miserable Stephen moved to a new apartment in Mexico city and is very excited Walton just started working for Union Solidarity International 30,000 cops marched in the public sector strike […]Continue reading
Labor Movement’s Role in Elections
It’s almost September, and campaigns (and fundraising) for the next election cycle are well on their way. One thing that we’ve learned in the past eight months is that a lot can change in a short period of time. For me, two phenomena come to mind: the Arab Spring and One Wisconsin. Contrary to the […]Continue reading