Monday, September 3, 2018

Labor Day

Labor Day honors the American Labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws, and well-being of the country. It is the Monday of the long weekend known as Labor Day Weekend and it is considered the unofficial end of summer in the United States. Here in the town where I live, there is a weekend long festival to celebrate Labor Day. There will be a big parade today. Truthfully, the parade itself isn’t that great but when the whole Corps of Cadets from the college marches down the street, that’s impressive. They all look so good in their uniforms. It’s a nice sight to see.


Dave R said...

Ah, nice to see a labor union supporter

JiEL said...

Labor Day is also celebrated in Canada as well as in many other countries.

Always «funny» to see you, Americans, self centered on your own navel.

With the «bad ass» president wanting to not negociate with Canada over the NAFTA, your workers as well as Canadian ones will see their jobs jeopardize.
Our common trade association is good for both countries and this since many decades.
His huge ego is now making this at stake just to show that «I'm the boss» and «I'm the best deal maker» in the world.

Like the «repeal and replace» Obama Care, he is fast to destroy every thing but he never delivers good replacement solution.

Happy Labor Day.