Tag Archives: WalMart

Scalia Sets Standard for Massive Mortgage Fraud Class Action Law Suit

Citing recent Supreme Court decisions as well as Executive Orders issued by Presidents Bush and Obama, Michael Collins looks closely at the fraudulent Mortgage Electronic Registration System, showing a pattern of judicial and executive corruption.


By Michael Collins

There hasn’t been much in the way of justice for the average citizen for quite a while. Often, those accused of crimes cannot afford adequate representation and are subject to “let’s make a deal justice.” If you’re unfortunate enough to be sued or party to a divorce proceeding, you soon learn that the court system is an entitlement program for attorneys, not a civilized means of settling disputes. (Image)

The last decade has been devastating for what many thought were inviolable fundamental rights.

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Supreme Court overturns class action standard in Walmart v Dukes

“Women make up over 65 percent of hourly employees at Wal-Mart, and only 34.5 percent of managers. In other words, Wal-Mart – like so many of America’s biggest businesses – has a gender and leadership problem.”  But that’s now how 5-4 on the male-dominated Supreme Court sees it, saying the class size was too big. ~Ed.

Wall Street Journal writes:

The Supreme Court put the brakes on a massive job discrimination lawsuit against mega-retailer Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., saying sweeping class-action status that could potentially involve hundreds of thousands of current and former female workers was simply too large.

The ruling Monday was a big victory for the nation’s largest private employer, and the business community at large.

The high-profile case– perhaps the most closely watched of the high court’s term– is among the most important dealing with corporate versus worker rights that the justices have ever heard, and could eventually impact nearly every private employer, large and small.

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How Safe Is Your Food? GMOs, Foodborne Illness and Trade Agreements

Graph: Data compiled by GRAIN from government and UN sources, 2008-2010 (except Australia=2005)

By Rady Ananda

A research group that supports community-controlled and biodiversity-based food systems, GRAIN, has released a global report, Food Safety for Whom? Corporate Wealth vs. Peoples’ Health, showing how governments and corporations use “food safety” to manipulate market access and control. Rather than making food safer, domestic and trade rules “force open markets, or backdoor ways to limit market access.”

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Please report suspicious activity at Wal-Mart to the Dept of Homeland Stupidity

By Mike Adams
Natural News

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Boycott Wal-Mart If You Want to Help Save America from Big Brother

Call Wal-Mart and let them know you won’t be shopping there – 1-800-925-6278.

By John Galt
Activist Post

America is in trouble on so many fronts that it is sometimes difficult to know where to begin.  The forces of tyranny are increasing the pressure exponentially as they head toward their endgame of complete control over society.  This has become most obvious with the directives of Homeland Security which, by its very name, has Orwell rolling in his grave.

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Walmart’s war on labor: Confessions of a WalMart Hitman

Featured by BrassCheck TV
Excerpts from Robert Greenwald’s Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

It’s Labor Day. Here’s a good reason not to spend the day at Walmart.

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Year after fatal Wal-Mart stampede, Black Friday gets makeover

Jdimytai Damour

By AP

Victoria Rogers had originally planned to make an early stop the day after Thanksgiving last year at the Wal-Mart store in Valley Stream on Long Island. Her last-minute decision against it might have saved her life.

“We saw the mob, and we said no,” she said. “Wal-Mart’s not the store.”

What she saw that day was no ordinary crowd of shoppers, but a throng police say jammed through the doors upon the store’s opening in a mad dash for holiday savings, trampling a guard to death.

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