Hope in Mississippi

Posted July 29, 2011 by Joseph B. Atkins

JACKSON – A hardened, intransigent rightwing has taken over the Republican Party and proved its willingness to take the nation to the economic brink to protect its well-heeled financial backers. Legislators have targeted government workers and immigrants as the source
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More on Miguel Wooding …

More on Miguel Wooding …

Posted July 29, 2011 by

To the Editor: As the life partner of Thomas Wooding, Miguel Wooding’s brother, I feel moved to respond to your article. Miguel, aka Michael, was a multifaceted man and important to so many, not just for his work with the
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Did San Francisco Look Better Then, Or Now?

Posted July 28, 2011 by Randy Shaw

San Franciscans have never easily embraced architectural change. And many would argue with good reason, in light of such ill-conceived actions as allowing the demolition of the FOX Theater on Market Street, or the replacement of the fabled City of
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CEOs to Workers: More for Me, Less for You

Posted July 27, 2011 by Holly Sklar

Big company CEOs got a 23 percent raise last year and corporate profits are at record highs. But the minimum wage has less buying power now than in 1956 – the year Elvis Presley first topped the charts, videotape was
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