Monthly Archives: September 2011

Ohio Makes Its Claim: Vote No On Issue 2

Ohio takes center stage in the fight to reclaim democracy in their state. We Are Ohio is leading the way to repeal Senate Bill 5 that stripped collective bargaining rights from public sector workers. November 8th is the day Ohioans go to the poll to Vote No On Issue 2 Continue reading

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Fighting for…Peace Among Religions

A Muslim Imam (who is part Fighting Irish) speaks about ‘Fighting for Peace Among Religions”. A good reminder that there are those out in the world promoting a more peaceful world through education and understanding. Continue reading

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Prairie Progressive

Prairie Progressive offers readers an incredible review of books and other literature that is a treasure trove for any dedicated reader. It is a blog about books, reading and other things that bring nuance to life. Continue reading

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Winning Progressive

Winning Progressive offers great articles and wonderful suggested weekend reading lists. Progressives everywhere should check it out. Continue reading

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A Progressive’s Version of Heaven

It doesn’t get much better than the Fighting Bob Fest to honor our progressive heritage and to look forward with hope to the future. Read about this year’s event on Sept. 16-17. Continue reading

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Labor Day 2011: Don’t Forget The Past

Like many, I have spent some time reflecting on Labor Day and what it has meant to me and my family over the year and how the state of labor in this country has changed over the course of my … Continue reading

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