la port strike

So if money is continuing to gravitate toward businesses, not only in generous amounts, but in record amounts, why are we opposed to the middle-class sharing in that largess? Aren't working folks, as much as Corporate America, entitled to a larger slice of the pie?
Last month, beginning on November 27 in Los Angeles the longshoremen shut down the Long Beach and LA container ports. This strike got little national coverage but this strike actually shut down the movement of all those goods to all those Wal-Mart stores.
Rep. Janice Hahn (D-Calif.) talks with Jacob about the ongoing Los Angeles port strike, it's impact on the economy, and the interest President Obama and the White House has taken in the issue.
“This outsourcing isn’t being done by little mom-and-pop operations; these are powerful multi-national corporations who aren’t