Talkin' about the railroad.
I think Prof Loomis has a good point- sending in the troops to squash it, murdering or jailing the opposition leads to backlash, but just firing them all is owning the libs, and screw those lazy takers anyway!
There's a whole lot of sparsely populated Midwest just crying out to be bisected by a coast to coast high speed rail corridor.
The Cognitive Dissonance of seeing Warren Buffet as a kindly fellow who drives his old car/rail workers have no days of leave
Read up on Bob's Red Mill.
Berkshire Hathaway owns a company that makes loans on manufactured homes on Indian reservations. It is rapacious.
I can always tell when railworkers are pissed off cause the whistles on the trains sound sour.
(and I am really not joking.)
Yep, ya wanna see a good show, ya gotta pay for it. Everybody's gotta eat.
Day one he fired Peter Robb at NLRB. The first thing 20 minutes after inauguration. He cleaned house of the anti-union lawyers running the show at the DoL. He wasn't my first choice either, but I knew he'd be good for unions.
I held a position with no days off for over 20 years. Calling in sick, until the pandemic, was not an option, there was no one to sub for me.
I listen to no praise from people who do not know what I do for a living.
PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD!
ah, one of the sounds of my childhood, on the old hi-fi.
Ta, Erik. What made the PATCO strike worse IMHO is that Raygun didn’t give a shit about air traffic control. He fired them because the postal workers were ready to strike.
He’s always been a middle-of-the-party kind of guy. When the party has moved right, he’s moved right, and now that the party has moved back to the left, he’s moved left too. That’s fine, I guess; it’s a politician for you. That is GREAT, Biden moved with the times, UNLIKE tRump who is dragging the whole GOPervert party down the path of fascism.