Blogging will be a bit light today due to Holiday, Labor Day in case if you forgot, and the absolute gorgeous weather here far North of Stars Hollow. I hope you have the same luck and take the opportunity to spend some time outdoors. Don’t forget the reason for Labor Day was the labor movement …
Tag: Labor Day
Jun 01 2015
| http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=why-is-lasix-used-on-horses http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=levitra-10-vs-20-mg Arise ye workers from your slumbers
Arise ye prisoners of want
For reason in revolt now thunders
And at last ends the age of cant.
Away with all your superstitions
Servile masses arise, arise
We’ll change henceforth the old tradition
And spurn the dust to win the prize.
So comrades, come rally
No more deluded by reaction
So comrades, come rally
No saviour from on high delivers
So comrades, come rally
By http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=dove-acquistare-viagra-generico-200-mg-a-Genova thanatokephaloides
follow link Note 1: This was supposed to be “Part 2” of a single Beltaine Diary of which my Diary entitled “Bringing In The May: The Heroes of Haymarket” was to be “Part 1”. (So I’m posting this now, even though the First of May 2015 is now long past.)
follow link Note 2: Please allow me to express my deepest gratitude to the Marxists Internet Archive website, http://www.marxists.org, and Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/, for much of the material I am using in today’s Diary. Although in the public domain owing to its age, I would not have been able to gather this material had it not been for these websites and those who operate them. Therefore, I express my thanks for their assistance.
Most of my readers here on Anti-Capitalist Meetup recognize this image immediately; it was used in many of the Diaries and discussions here on Daily Kos on the subject which appeared around Beltaine (May 1) this year:
It is not quite as well known today, a century after his death, that Mr. Crane was a Socialist; that he employed his not insignificant talents in the graphical arts in the service to the Socialist and Labor movements in Britain and America during his time; and that even today his graphics still strike a serious chord with those of us who believe that go here all wealth is created by Labor, and Labor is entitled to everything it creates.
For more details — and more Walter Crane images — follow me beyond the fold!
Sep 06 2010
When are we going to “nation build” in our own nation?
What are we waiting for?
Each bridge to fall down,
Every road to turn back to gravel,
Water mains to burst,
Grids to burn out?
To say nothing about the Investments in
Schools, and Computers, and Networks.
Small Businesses, Parks, EcoSystems, and Science?
and another thing, if “9-11 changed the world”,
when are we going to change our “soft targets”
to prevent the next 9-11?
All these Projects spell JOBS.
All these Projects are an Investment in OUR Future.
They are NOT a Hand Out.
They are Protecting Our OWN.
Another Labor Day has arrived, with FAR TOO MANY Citizens,
having FAR TOO LITTLE to Celebrate …
Sep 06 2010
I was waiting on BruceMcF to write this as I'm sure his knowledge on the topic far surpasses mine…. but here goes….
http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=acquistare-levitra-Napoli The History Of Labor Day
HOW LABOR DAY CAME ABOUT; WHAT IT MEANS
“Labor Day differs in every essential from the other holidays of the year in any country,” said Samuel Gompers, founder and longtime president of the American Federation of Labor. “All other holidays are in a more or less degree connected with conflicts and battles of man's prowess over man, of strife and discord for greed and power, of glories achieved by one nation over another.
Labor Day…is devoted to no man, living or dead, to no sect, race, or nation.” Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country.
But the story behind Labor Day represents the power of the Labor Movement. Follow me below the fold…
Sep 07 2009
Today is Labor Day. Hopefully you will be taking some time off and either are reading this after taking a break from yard work or better on Tuesday. Labor Day has always had a special place in the Dog’s life. The Dog is the Grandson and Nephew and Cousin of several life long UAW workers. Growing up in Michigan this is not an uncommon experience, but living here in the West, he finds it stunning how people view unions and the Labor movement in general. Today the Dog would like to take a little time and give a bit of tribute to the Union members in the Dog’s family.
“Originally posted at Squarestate.net“
May 02 2009
(Orange version of this diary.)
The immigrant labor movement in this country has come full circle. The immigrants are from different countries and the jobs have changed some but the issues are the same as they ever were.
On a sunny April day, I paid a visit to my favorite bakery in San Franciso, the Arizmendi Bakery. Amongst the the beautiful baguettes and the sumptuous scones, I saw a sign stating that the bakery would be closed on May 1 to celebrate Labor Day – the same day it is celebrated in Europe and many other places.
Since Arizmendi Bakery is a worker owned cooperative it didn’t surprise me that they would chose the May 1 observation. (I always figured the US had a different date for cold-war reasons). It turns out there’s an important reason why the world celebrates Labor Day is on May 1:
http://www.slccolorado.org/storage/proscar/ It’s to commemorate a hard fought, yet forgotten victory for American and immigrant workers that took place right here in the United States: the May 1, 1886 Haymarket Protest in Chicago.
So why doesn’t the US celebrate this?