Fast Food Workers On Strike Across U.S.

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Vol 49 Issue 35

Tough Season - Preview

Tough Season returns with a gritty, hard-hitting look inside the fantasy football locker room of Brad’s Awesome Team.

The Case For And Against Intervening In Syria

While the Obama administration has been considering an armed intervention in Syria following the gassing deaths of hundreds of Syrian civilians, a vocal movement in Congress and among the general public has emerged in opposition of any U.S.

Courtroom Artist Clearly Infatuated With Bailiff

The Syria conflict intensifies as bears enter the war, a report shows that millions of courageous Americans are overcoming the media pressure to be thin, and the nation’s single men announce a plan to change their bedsheets by 2019.

50% Of Americans Oppose Intervention In Syria

According to an NBC poll, 50 percent of Americans oppose the use of military force against Syria in the wake of a purported chemical weapons attack by the government of Bashar al-Assad, compared to 42 percent who support military action.
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Fast Food Workers On Strike Across U.S.

Saying they want to be paid $15 an hour, thousands of employees of fast food chains walked off the job today in 50 cities across the country in what is believed to be the largest ever strike by fast food workers. What do you think?

  • “The middle class has had enough!”

    Valerie Fottrell
    Tile Setter
  • “End this madness. I’ve already eaten another human.”

    Alberto Ruiz
    Fence Builder
  • “That’s all right. Yesterday I bought extra fast food and put it in the fridge for today.”

    Cash Dimuro
    Unemployed
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