Behind the statistics of “recovery” are millions of workers on the precipice of unemployment.
There isn’t a lot of economic wiggle-room for the low-wage American worker.
We’ve just celebrated Labor Day and the focus -- far too little in this writer’s opinion -- is on the state the American worker, and by extension, the state of American families. It’s a very unpopular phrase among the right-leaning populace, but the situation can’t be called anything short of class warfare. When the jobs now being