Tag Archives: Wal-Mart

Advertising Work

I’m always interested in popular images of working-class life, but like most people, I barely see TV commercials anymore, so it took me a while to notice a recent trio of ads that use work as a marketing theme.  Advertisers … Continue reading

Posted in Class and the Media, Contributors, Sherry Linkon, Work | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Raising the Minimum Wage — The Right Way

Ever since President Obama took office I’ve periodically wished I had the ability to call the White House get him on the phone and say “Hey, you’re not doing it right!”  Let me be clear—I don’t mean he hasn’t done … Continue reading

Posted in Contributors, Issues, Leo Jennings, The Working Class and the Economy | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Will Ohio Democrats Sell Out Workers Again?

The State of Ohio provides several forms of public assistance, including Medicaid, food stamps, and cash assistance through the Ohio Works First Program.  Medicaid is the largest line item in the Ohio budget. Through these direct supports to low-wage workers, … Continue reading

Posted in Contributors, Issues, John Russo, The Working Class and the Economy, Working-class politics | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments