The Labor Day Holiday weekend kicks off this year on Friday September 3rd as millions of Americans embark on celebrating the annual 4-day holiday, which also officially delineates the end of the summer season. This marks the 130th anniversary of  Labor Day, which was officially established in 1886 by President Grover Cleveland in support of the nation’s labor movement. The holiday, which has consecutively taken place on the first Monday in September since 1886, was established in the aftermath of the Haymarket Massacre, a rather turbulent ordeal that occurred that same year in Chicago IL.  What started as a peaceful…