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Exxon Mobil Hit With Discrimination Complaint

Exxon Mobil Hit With Discrimination Complaint

Prior to the merger of Exxon and Mobil oil companies, Mobil offered protections for LGBT employees. That changed when the two companies merged in 1999. It has now been nearly…

West Fertilizer Co. and State of Texas Negligent

  Details about the West Fertilizer plant operations are emerging, courtesy of Reuters and a Texas House committee, that paint a very disturbing picture. It was already known that the…

West Fertilizer plant was not in compliance

  One of the more disgusting statements released Friday was from the owner of West Fertilizer, Donald Adair. He said he would never forget the “selfless sacrifice of first-responders who…

J.C. Penney Goes Back To The Old Sales

J.C. Penney Goes Back To The Old Sales

A year ago, J.C. Penney introduced their new corporate strategy as dictated by Wall Street investors. The stores would retool their image, slash prices by at least 40%, hold fewer…

We Voted Not To Become Greece

We Voted Not To Become Greece

It was part of the Republican mantra. If Obama remained in office, we would become Greece. The right wing propaganda machine, which denies that the combination of Bush tax cuts…

Papa John’s Plans To Cut Hours Blaming Obamacare

Papa John’s Plans To Cut Hours Blaming Obamacare

Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter is planning on slashing worker’s hours, laying off people, and doing a bunch of other stuff all because of President Barack Obama’s reelection, or so…

Mid-Month Unemployment Down, Housing Up As Economy Comes To Life

Mid-Month Unemployment Down, Housing Up As Economy Comes To Life

The US economy seems to be teetering on the edge of recovery despite the best efforts of the Republican Majority in the House and Minority in the Senate. Gallup has…

It’s Not Paranoia – You Pay Too Much For Cable

It’s Not Paranoia – You Pay Too Much For Cable

An acquaintance of mine accepted a job in Thailand years ago. He was amazed to discover that in what he assumed was a third world country, there were no cell…