May 31, 2011
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May 31, 2011
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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently filed a complaint against Boeing for allegedly retaliating against its workers in Washington state for exercising their statutory right to go on strike and collectively bargain. Since then, right-wing pundits and politicians, outraged by the complaint, have attempted to undermine the NLRB's authority. On this week's edition of The Breakdown, labor law expert Catherine Fisk joins DC editor Chris Hayes to counter the persistent misinformation about what the NLRB is legally authorized to do to ensure fairness in the workplace.
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May 30, 2011
Song List from Concert:
1. "Mrs. Robinson"
2. "Homeward Bound"
4. "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard"
5. "Scarborough Fair" (traditional, arr. Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel)
6. "April Come She Will"
7. "Wake Up Little Susie" (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant)
8. "Still Crazy After All These Years"
9. "American Tune"
10. "Late in the Evening"
11. "Slip Slidin' Away"
12. "A Heart in New York" (Benny Gallagher, Graham Lyle)
13. "The Late Great Johnny Ace"
14. "Kodachrome/Maybellene" (Chuck Berry, Russ Fratto, Alan Freed)
15. "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
16. "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"
17. "The Boxer"
18. "Old Friends"
20. "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"
21. "The Sounds of Silence"
22. "Late in the Evening (Reprise)"
May 29, 2011
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May 23, 2011
This article describes one of the KKK's forays into our central Massachusetts town.
Although it was almost 90 years ago, my father and his brothers were part of the townspeople that battled the hooded ones and drove them off, again and again.
By 1927 they had wearied of their little game and not much was heard of their activities after that.
But...we never forgot who they were...and we never forgave what they did!