If the Republicans use the union tactics of a sit down strike to bust unions, shield the rich from taxes, and regain the White House, would that be an example of irony or hypocrisy?
Speaking of San Francisco how did William R. Hearst's efforts to break the union strike at the L. A. Herald Examiner work out?
In an effort to track down an appropriate closing quote from either Eric Hoffer or Harry Brudges (gotta help the conservative trolls earn their pay by providing them with deliberately misspelled names), we stumbled across the fact that Woodrow Wilson (wasn't he a Republican?) told congress: "The seed of revolution is repression."
Now the disk jockey will play Woodrow Guthrie's "Sticking to the Union," Roy Orbison's "Workin' for the Man," and the "Cool Hand Luke" soundtrack album. We have to go make plans to attend the San Francisco Public Library's 47th Big Book Sale September 22 -- 25 at Fort Mason. Have a "never heard Herb Caen's name mentioned once" type week.
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