Free speech battle erupts inside SAG

Today was Sunday of course but since SAG was in talks when the phone call from Andrew Salomon, news editor…

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Welcome to PrudentBear.com

I want to introduce visitors to Finance Capital to another website which is deserving of a regular visit by anyone…

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A new blog for a new era….

For the time being I will be blogging over at Finance Capital. This is a new blog project that I…

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Global unrest emerges as financial pain spreads

The underside of the global credit crisis is rising social unrest. Food riots, price hike demonstrations, and other forms of…

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The Clooney letter: Leadership Emerges in Hollywood

George Clooney, an actor and a union man, emerged today as a potential leader in the Hollywood actors’ battle. While…

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How is it under that bus, Comrade Klonsky?

Easy come, easy go.  No sooner than Global Labor blogged here and here about the role in the Obama campaign of…

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SAG misses its ‘Norma Rae’ moment

Variety’s Brian Lowry makes some valid points in this opinion piece. Foremost is his emphasis on strategic thinking – or, rather,…

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"White Guilt" Politics of Obama Crowd Undermined

If you believe the rhetoric of the “social justice” crowd influencing the Obama camp’s approach to education policy – the…

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Two Cheers for SAG?

Ok, so SAG/MF says it has its own A-listers to counteract the effort of AFTRA to conducts its ratification vote…

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Suicide is painless…or is it?

A week off from blogging can help one to gain some perspective, perhaps to see things from a different angle.…

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