United States economic crisis


United States economic crisis, cartoon

USA: In a much anticipated speech Friday before a gathering of central bankers and international financial officials, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke sought to reassure panicky markets while proposing no measures to ease the worsening jobs crisis: here.

Conditions are deteriorating for New Jersey’s homeless, the poor in Nevada, and Illinois’ prison population: here.

South Carolina’s unemployment rate jumped to a seasonally adjusted rate of 10.9 percent in July, up almost half a percentage point from June. The number of unemployed workers in the state rose by a staggering 10,360 in July, for a total of 236,420 unemployed: here.

CEOs Rewarded for Tax Dodging Gymnastics: here.

1 thought on “United States economic crisis

  1. Dear Friend,

    Carwash workers across the country are routinely abused, intimidated and exploited. They are subjected to obscene labor abuses and health hazardous conditions. Car wash workers are the face of the new American sweatshop.

    Share the video on your Facebook wall today. Your friends and family need to be aware of these conditions before their next car wash!

    Don’t turn a blind eye to the abuse and the exploitation. Carwash workers, routinely subjected to health and safety hazards, often end up with severe kidney damage, respiratory problems and nerve deterioration. You can stop this.

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    Yours,
    Robert Greenwald, Axel Caballero and Brave New Foundation’s Cuéntame team

    P.S. I invite you to join our Cuéntame page on Facebook and follow Cuéntame on Twitter.

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