Berry Craig joins us from the KY Labor Institute to discuss what how their governor wants to address underfunded pensions.
The State Policy Network is a think tank active in 49 states that wants to deal a death blow to unions, reports Doug Cunningham joins us from Workers Independent News to report on the State Policy Network.
Ellen Rosenburger joins us for The Voices Of Westmoreland to talk about the recent elections and events going on in Westmoreland County
From SMART Ohio we have Stuart Gardner on the program to talk about current struggles on the train industry.
This week on The Labor Intensive with Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump they bring a historical perspective to modern news. Some of the news they cover is the influence of the Democratic Socialists of America is having on modern politics as well as how artificial intelligence is not the boon of equality that we expected it to be due to being controlled by capitalism.
This week on The Point of Pittsburgh we discuss local taxation in Pittsburgh with Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump.
Political candidate Amy McGrath comes on the program to talk about her history in the military and how that influences her politics. She says, “It’s time to keep our promises to veterans.”
Robbin Légère Henderson, author of “Matilda Rabinowitz, Immigrant Girl, Radical Woman: A Memoir from the Early Twentieth Century”, joins us to talk about her book about her grandmother who was a union organizer and activist.
POLITICO reporter Amanda Ripley joins us to talk about how women are dispersed throughout the federal police force.
Dina Radtke from Media Matters joins on on the program to inform us about how the mainstream media in the United States isn’t talking about Trump’s moves to deport immigrants that were previously protected. These people face very real risks if they are required to return to their home country. For some this includes death.