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Michael Adkins is a former union local vice president currently a skilled trade maintenance technician in Ohio. In the past has been active in the movements against the Vietnam War, Nixon, both Bush's, Reagan,FTAA, among others.

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Friday, June 26, 2009     

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Ya can't fix dead! or Who's killing 18,000 Americans each year and did you vote for them?
(6 comments) How our Health Insurance System compares to Terrorism as far as Deathrate Matters.

Thursday, April 30, 2009     

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Has Your Former Employer Gotten You Blacklisted?
(2 comments) Have you ever wondered while submitting your resume' or filling out an application that your former employer's repetition might exclude you from being considered for hire.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008     

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An Open Letter To The Big 3 Automotive CEOs
(4 comments) You're asking for a friendly bailout by the taxpayer yet you haven't been friends to the taxpayer in years. Let's look at some facts.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008     

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Forgeting one's prior reasoning
Forgetting one's prior reasoning