David Macaray

David Macaray is a playwright and author. His newest book is How To Win Friends and Avoid Sacred Cows.  He can be reached at dmacaray@gmail.com

A Look at the Talent in the Room

Jimmy Carter Wasn’t All Bad

Alfred Nobel’s Prize

Before and After

As We Approach Armageddon

My Surreal Encounter With Mort Sahl

How We Lost It All: Labor Unions and Taft-Hartley

Haven’t We All Known Guys Who Were Exactly like Donald Trump?

The Paradox of Police Unions

This Man Is Not Leaving Office

The Death of Political Satire

Random Murder in the Age of Aquarius

Paul Krassner and Me

Adventures in Script-Writing

A Hideous Ending

UAW Faces Its Moment of Truth

Walmart: A Study in Wretched Excess

6 Reasons Why the Labor Movement May Be Doomed

Bright Shiny Medals

A Look at the Talent in the Room

Celebrity Bullshit

The Quintessential American

The Truth About Nursing Homes

Scabs, Semantics, and Working People

No Wonder We’re Screwed

Teamsters, Hells Angels, and Self-Determination

Protesters in a Cage: The 2000 Democratic Convention

Donald Trump Is Everything We Deserve

The Donald Trump Phenomenon

Attention, War Criminals: Prizes Still Available

Trump and the Sex Tape

Missouri Stands Tall on the Labor Front

Trump: The Board Game

Life on Mars

Beware of Greeks Bearing Glibness


Where It All Began: The Dawn of “Fake News”

Real-Life Politics, Union Style

In Praise of the Oscars

Labor Poised to Be Hit With a Million-Pound Shit-Hammer

We Need to Abolish the Olympic Games

Trump’s Dangerous High-Wire Act

Finally, Some Good News for Labor

Great News for Organized Labor

The “Mongrelization” of the White Race

Everything Seems to Be Going South

There Is a Plague of Consultants Upon the Land

Finally Some Good News for Labor

Organized Labor and the Dreaded Two-Tier Contract

My Encounter With Charles Manson