Category: Corporations

Coal miner speaks about the fight to save miner’s healthcare

May 2017

  People’s Tribune: Chuck, what is going on with the miner’s benefits? Chuck Nelson: Back in 1946, Truman said if miners go back to work and mine the coal to build the steel to win the war, the government would …

Water is our Mother – without it there is no life

May 2017

Without water, there is no life. So, we do the things we do— these crazy water protectors—for the plants, for the animals, for the future generations. ’Cause we understand …

Stop Gifting Nestlé, Governor Snyder!

May 2017

This just in: The Oscebla Township Planning Commission just denied the water permit for Nestlés. Evidently, the (growing) push back from activists all over the state …

Proposed EPA cuts: corporations are making the rules

May 2017

President Trump’s proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency would nearly eliminate all regional cleanup programs, including those for the Great …

Water Wars: Trump’s EPA will create more Flints

May 2017

  America is heading for a showdown between the corporations and the American people. Corporate owner Warren Buffett gave notice in 2006 when he said, “There’s class warfare, all right, but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, …

Coal miner speaks about the fight to save miner’s healthcare

May 2017

How are the Democrats and Republicans lining up? Most of our support is backed by the Dems, not so many Republicans support the working person. …

Why can’t HealthCare be Free in America ?

April 2017

In America health care has become a profit-making $3.2 trillion-a-year business, and you will be allowed to die if you don’t have insurance or money. It’s estimated some 45,000 people die every year in America because they lack health insurance.

Health care is a human right, and should be available to everyone who lives in our country. Health care can be a for-profit commodity, or it can be a human right, but it can’t be both.

Water protector asks: “What is American culture?”

April 2017

The following are excerpts from an interview with Nirvana Anulekha (Muscogee Creek Nation), Water Protector and Journalist with Indigenous Live …

“Our streams run orange and black,” says West Virginian

April 2017

Paula Swearengin, a coal miner’s daughter, and uncompromising leader in the fight for clean water and air in Appalachia, spoke with Senator Bernie Sanders …

Pennsylvanians take a stand against pipeline

April 2017

The Lancaster Stand was established on a farm in southern Lancaster County, Pa., on March 4. The encampment has brought together opponents of the …