We couldn’t be more honored and pleased to mark our one hundredth episode of KK&F upcoming this week. We’ve had one hundred incredible conversations on modern politics and philosophy, ranging from the future of the American Democratic Party to shop talk with former presidential candidates, coverage since the first day of the Biden admin, and insights from key organizers and reporters at the front lines of the class struggle.
We’ve also been joined by a crew of inspiring and thought-provoking guests, from Thomas Frank and Nina Turner to Cornel West and Bernie Sanders. We’ve heard from folks like Jonah Furman, who covered the massive strikes last year at Kellogg’s and John Deere, giving us a sense of where the labor movement is headed from the perspective of somebody on the ground. And we’ve delved into issues of political strategy and philosophy with Chris Hedges, Marianne Williamson, and more. We’re so grateful to you for joining us on this journey, where we’ve introduced a wide range of perspectives to get to the heart of our current political crises — and to try to understand how we as the left can transform these crises and build a society in which everyday people can prosper.
These goals have guided us for our past ninety-nine episodes, and this one (as well as the ones that follow) will be no different. We’re bringing on Farron Cousins, leftist commentator and host of Ring of Fire, to discuss the latest in this week’s breaking news. As always, special thanks goes out to our paying subscribers, who help keep us ad-free. You’ll be getting the new episode Friday — and it will be available to everyone as an audio podcast this Saturday via Spotify, Pandora, Apple Podcasts, and more. Here’s to another hundred episodes, and thanks again for sticking around!
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Sharing the Work, the workweek attached to the unemployment rate, create such prosperity as would amount to virtual GLOBAL Reparations, mean noone would ever have to keep a job they didn't like, or disapproved of, give us All Powers To Their Lowest Appropriate Level, and so increase the relative cost of all mechanisms of oppression as to make them prohibitive. Workers, being always assured of more work, would be motivated to be as COOPERATIVELY productive as possible.
STW would also end all compulsive careerism, unsustainable growthism, inflation, downturns, make-work, foot-dragging, too big to fail, planned obsolescence and Global Warming, give us a safer fairer and more frugal path thru this and future pandemics (both temporally and spatially), end the NEED for most welfare, (& hopefully, military expenditures), take control of rampant technology, give workers all the Unity and Liberation they could want.and give us a true Commonwealth.