While corporate America basks in growing profits, working Americans continue to struggle to make ends meet.
Educators in Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona are the latest to raise hell over low pay, feeble student investment.
Anti-union forces pushing so-called right-to-work (RTW) legislation from state to state often tout the measure as one that will boost business creation. The thinking is RTW boosts business creation by cutting wages.
Despite the picture being painted by some leaders engaged in political posturing, the vast majority of adults are working to earn a living. But it is employers who don't seem to value much of what everyday Americans do on the job.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker declared a war on workers yesterday. But this time, he's going after all of America instead.