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Oct 21, 2021

Where have all the labor bosses gone? 

For at least 30 years many Americans have viewed the 'death' of labor unions as progress. Seen as a vestige of a time gone past, many felt there is no need any longer to organize in order to protect the rights of wage earners in the United States.

But if you're the age of our...

Oct 14, 2021

Why does Bruce and Scott want to bring back the cola wars? Because those wars were far more entertaining than the culture wars.

Americans are tearing themselves apart over Colin Keapernick, abortion, the Flag.... while strife causes negative social side-effects and our financial class rakes in record profits from our...

Sep 30, 2021

Why is the debt ceiling so important, what is it and why is the Republican party making a purely political move in opposing it?

Sen. Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans voted on Monday, September 27 to filibuster a bill proposed in congress to raise the debt ceiling. 

In this episode Scott and Cam offer a definition...

Sep 23, 2021

For this week of the On the Rocks Politica, co-host Scott M. Graves presents an Essay from his Politics, Done Local series. The consequences of a community's political leadership on community development. 

Sep 16, 2021

This week, the "On the Rocks Polictica" crew (which comprise of Hosts Bruce Chester and Scott M. Graves, as well as Producer Cameron McLeod) focused local news to give a fascinating update on the Gardner (MA) lawsuit filed on behalf of the citizens by City Councilman Scott Joseph Graves.  

This suit was filed following...