>the road through change will be through organized labor. >thankfully, things are progressing a more positive direction >thereabouts.
Working people have a chance for real power - but we have to organize and take it. This is a wild period for the labor movement, which is really down by numbers and didn't experience enough growth from the past few months of action.
But unions proving they can deliver material success now that the headlines are there may do a lot of good. If decline in trust of liberal institutions is what's fueling the success of some of these right-wing charlatans trying to take advantage of that dynamic, the small bit of good news is that people are still willing to trust something.
"Walleye, a lot of things are going to go wrong in your life that technically aren't your fault. Always remember that this doesn't make you any less of an idiot"