In the light of recent events (Aug 12 2017)….We at WDTW fully condemn the attacks levied on our working class brothers and sisters in Charlottesville Va this past Saturday. WDTW stands for the unity of all races and creeds under the banner of We Make The Fucking World Go Round. Racism in any manifestation is a direct affront to all that we stand for at WDTW. And with that, we introduce this episode dealing with the discussion on whether or not police are valid members of the working class. More to come...
Little Porter, Sarah Morken for Tacoma City Council, and Jen Johnson…the finest people you’ll come to know.
Today we talk to Tacoma City Council candidate Sarah Morken. We jack we jaw, it's a little lengthy, but full of great working fool information. We also take a moment in the begining of the episode to chat about one of the finest people you'll come to know, Jen Johnson and her baby Porter. Porter was recently diagnosed with Leukeia and is in the begining of what in the best case is a 3 year battle. Take a moment to get to know JJ and Porter, and if you have a bit, give a little to his Gofundme page.
If you’ve listened to a single episode of this podcast you’ve probably heard us talk about the hijacking of the labor movement by the Democratic Party. Tonight we talk at some length about Randy Bryce, and iron worker running for congress in Wisconsin. Randy WDTW has a few questions for you that we outline in this show, we’d love a chance to talk with you. Likewise we’ve got some question for Elise Jones who comes up in the second half of the show. We do say the them of this episode is business unionism, but we don’t quite get there between Bryce and Jones.
Tonight we're honored to speak to Nic Smith, a good working dude from Virginia with a lot of great insites regarding the working class.
Return!!! We’re back, and more pissed than ever! And, I’m sorry, Cliff isn’t, but I am, listen and understand why!
We're back! In this episode we delive into some oil and gas debate, talk about why we've been away, and of course drop some F bombs.
Today we talk about Kentucky and their recently passed Right-To-Work laws the managed to squeeze through the state house this past weekend. There's also some mention about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Standing Rock, and of course, golden showers. I also went a little nuts with some EDM, because damn it! Ravers work too!!!
Today we talk with Doug Hurst, Lafayette Colorado firefighter and president of the Lafayette Firefighters Union. A lot of good info in todays show. Also mentioned, check out our January 16th event at East Simpson Coffee. We will be ommemorating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr by showing the documentary At The River I Stand recounting the two months leading up to the assasination of Dr. King, coinciding with the 65 day strike of 1300 Memphis sanitation workers. There wil be a ton of great dialog between us working folks! And! WE HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT!!! This means we can beg you all for money!!!! Go to www.wedothework.org and click donate!
We Do The Work Debut episode! Music by Dropkick Murphy and Matene Strikes First. We delve into the concept of We Do The Work, what we stand for, and where we're heading. In this episode we focus on the current conflict at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, the valiant efforts of Labor For Standing Rock, and why the hell any worker should concern themselves with the Dakota Access Pipeline. We Interview Jennifer Lewis, a member of the Seneca Tribe from upstate New York and Matt Stys, a US Army Veteran who after a few combat tours decided he could better focus his efforts on furthering the power of the working class. It's a little long, but stick with it, you won't be disappointed.