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On this week's show Mazza and Maverick take over as they look back at the Attitude Era in conjuncture with their Lords of Pain Column Series. They will take a look back at some of the forgotten highlights of 1998 in the WWF. They then revisit the WWF Championship feud between The Rock and Mankind before finding five things they are looking forward to watching again in 1999. 101 WWE Matches To See Before You Die also returns with Mav and Plan looking at the 1999 Royal Rumble Match.
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No more tricks, no more lies to American listeners who sell their labor time to others profit tonight.on RFK. A no holds barred sweep of the current historical conjuncture facing billions on the planet.
The words of Dave Lindorff written on this the false "holiday" declared by an augustean circus of million dollar clowns isn't "Labor Day." How can they speak of our misery in quantitative terms:
Let Lindorff do the description of working people's plight in America from the vital This Can't Be Happening!
"Remember, there are 310 million Americans, but many of them are under 18 or are in college or the military, are too disabled to work, or are over 65 and are no longer in the labor force. So that means that actually there are only 153 million in the labor force, so the real unemployment rate is is 19.6 percent, or approximately one in five working-age Americans.":
And from his sources, half of all are in perpetual fear of losing their jobs, homes and health.
Tonight you will hear of not only the current state of labor in the US, courtesy Free Speech Radio News and NYC's Building Bridges with Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg, but also the sounds and music of the Arab Spring uprisings.
Welcome to world of the working class in struggle.
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