March as "One Nation" on October 2, 2010!

Join as "One Nation" on October 2, 2010 for a giant march in Washington D.C. to demand good jobs now. One Nation describes itself as "a movement of individuals and organizations committed to putting America back to work and pulling America back together." Their key demands are job creation, equal justice, and quality public education for all. Only the Banksters would disagree with that agenda. Learn more about the civil rights, labor and consumer groups supporting this giant mobilization and where you can find your seat on a bus. Visit One Nation Working Together website here.

Mary Bottari

Mary Bottari is a reporter for the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD). She helped launch CMD's award-winning ALEC Exposed investigation and is a two-time recipient of the Sidney Prize for public interest journalism from the Sidney Hillman Foundation.


This sounds like a very productive march. In my opinion, amongst the different agendas for this movement - job creation, equal justice, and quality public education, education seems the most important to me. Education for the young as well as those currently unemployed is essential. For the unemployed, if a person who can speak decent english could be taught how to use a computer and write a decent essay, they could easily find a job online. That's how millions of people in India are earning a living. Shouldn't Americans get a slice of that job pie too?

"Shouldn't Americans get a slice of that pie too?" Would it surprise you to find out that Americans have been denied those jobs? Regardless of their education, American workers have seen their jobs shipped abroad by the elite of this country to try and teach American workers a lesson. The jobs which could not be outsourced have been filled by the massive import of foreign labor. Their intent is to weaken the American worker to the point of starvation. No labor unions will be allowed. They won't be happy until things are like they were in the 30's with the company store. My dear it is class warfare whether you realize it or not. If freedom loving people in this country don't wake up soon, America will no longer exist!

Can you say 50 cents an hour for phone answering? Yeh, I really want a piece of THAT pie!

I went to the 1963 March on Washington. When I saw the last summers “Restoring Honor” gathering abusing the memory of Martin Luther King I wrote the song “Bus Ride To Washington” You can view it by following this address.