WGA talks to resume Sunday - UPDATE
Going through the details of the article, it does seem that the WGA demands are not that unreasonable. It's very difficult to make it as a writer in Hollywood. There are many egos to contend with.
The problem I have with reading these article is that I'm not certain of the details. Before I decide if the strike is unfair or not, I'd like to know certain numbers such as sales figures and current percentages that the writers make on such sales. For example Nick Counter, president of the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, states that the WGA made $56 million last year. But that's a sum and it's not given how many writers that $56 million was split up amongst. What if the number was 5,600 in which case each writer made about $10,000?
Of course, one could argue that, as a writer myself, my opinion is biased.