May Day around the world
May Day or International Workers’ Day has become a day of protest for many in the world demanding better working conditions, higher wages, and social equality. It began as a commemoration of the 1886 Haymarket Riot in Chicago, a peaceful protest for the right to an 8-hour workday that became a deadly clash with police. Today it is celebrated in more than 80 countries.
May 07, 2012 @ 12:10:30
best way for us to help cuba is buy it! we’re spending money everywhere so acquiring the island nation for a national resort and casino makes perfect sense. Probable could get it for 50 million and guarantee the castro boys safe haven in switzerland. than we’d rehab the island and end the stupid embargo. more ballplayers for mlb ,too!
next,mexico should be offerred statehood,if refused,we take over the country anyway. turn the marines lose on the drug dealers confiscating their funds and depositing in our treasury. overnight we become solvent. of course the emarines have right of first shot and no questions asked. if the shot’em they were cartel members and deserved it!
we address our social security problems ,by adding 110 millions fica paying workers to the rolls. we accomplish wealth,redistribution by sending our welfare and medicaid enrollees to mexico,excluding the high resorts of course!
May 02, 2012 @ 02:25:37
In our country workers also celebrate the May day with various demand.