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From recuperated workplaces to defense of the land
The intolerance of “Liberal Democracies” like America has tended to be as fundamentalist and barbaric as that of organized religious groups
How did King become a nationally-known civil rights leader?
Aaron Swartz sacrificed himself to better the world
Discussing the ECB and Greek debt talks
Critics say city’s below-market-rate apartment rental and purchase programs promote gentrification
The Trans-Pacific Partnership would allow an unprecedented level of global corporate rule
More than 50 grassroots women activists gathered from around the region in late-January 2015 to stand their ground against Big Coal
How Thanking the Veteran Meant Ignoring What Happened
Terrorizing the Self
This long-term slide toward asymmetrical depression and monetary disintegration puts radicals in a terrible dilemma
Seldom do democratic elections give as clear a message as that in Greece
Spy Drone Can See What You are Wearing From 17,500 Feet
Trillions of dollars has been poured into programs that do little more than produce stock-market bubbles; more trillions have been poured directly into banks and other financial institutions for bailouts
Can you just imagine what would happen if ‘resisting arrest’ were made a felony?
The impression too often perpetuated in history books and in popular culture is that you have to be a president, someone special or White to have an important idea or to achieve major accomplishments
Jesse Washington was just one black man to die horribly at the hands of white death squads. Between 1882 and 1968 — 1968! — there were 4,743 recorded lynchings in the US
Why do our cumulative efforts collectively harp so overwhelmingly on repeating why and how things are bad and give so little attention to what we should desire and how we should achieve it?
Washington’s Contrasting Responses to the Deaths of King Abdullah and Hugo Chavez
Until students control the universities, workers control corporations and the state is managed by working-class and poor citizens, regular folks will have little to say about why, how in what ways these technologies are implemented
Instead of acting as a promoter of peace and stability, the Obama administration has been a catalyst of confrontation and war
War is not something the U.S. government is forced into, but something it chooses
Syriza has only been in power for a week, but debates are already raging inside and outside the party
The left is here to create change, to foster new social partnerships, to stand up to ‘business as usual’. And we will do so, with integrity, with a new approach to international relations, with unity and action across the board
The contemporary U.S. model is in some ways worse than classic or real historical fascism in advancing tyrannical imperial and state-capitalist goals
We here on this radio station are saying “We are not stepping back, but rather are accelerating.”
Russia and the World-System Today
What better place to make blue-green alliance building more real than rhetorical, among labor and community partners long pitted against each other by companies like Chevron and Shell?
If people recognize that their partisanship is hurting the causes they support, they will surely begin to question it
The evidence is growing that communities of color will no longer accept their previous fate of being dumping grounds and sacrifice zones for industry
WHAT does Zionism mean nowadays?
The purpose of the bombing was to terrify Iraqis into submitting. That is, it was a form of state terrorism
The Black Lives Matter movement is calling for fundamental change. But all elites are offering is tepid reform
Why the Cure Will Be Worse Than the Disease
Harvard University has increased its investments in fossil fuels by almost seven fold over the last few months
The northern European bondholders, investors, central bankers, and Euro bureaucrats that are the true faces behind the Troika, are confronted by a serious democratic challenge by the Syriza government
The Germans need not trust the Greeks, but should listen to them, says Yanis Varoufakis
Imperial America has been calling those who dare to resist its murderous expansions “savages” since the colonial and early revolutionary eras
Review of Hardhats, Hippies and Hawks: The Vietnam Antiwar Movement as Myth and Memory by Penny Lewis
The question remains: how long will it be before Cairo understands that violence cannot resolve what are fundamentality political and socio-economic problems?
The trial of Jeffrey Sterling shook loose more serious questions about Operation Merlin than it laid to rest. The last big shoe in this real-life saga has yet to drop
Despite the best efforts of those who believe there is no such thing as society, we have not lost our ability to connect
To have some of the most vicious governmental enemies of press freedom, who are currently waging their own war against journalists and commentators, championing the cause of free speech is an insult, not just to the victims in Paris, but to all those denied basic media freedoms
Noam Chomsky speaks on a variety of topics.
The Spanish financial, economic, political, and media establishments are on the defensive and in panic
Here is, a possible estimate of what the Empire could do to protect its “property”
IVAW’s core demands have in fact been absolutely right on: bring the troops home, give them the benefits they were promised, and see that Iraq is rebuilt and returned to its people
Indian public money is being used to shield U.S. corporations from liabilities in the event of a disaster involving an American supplied reactor
Although he is portrayed as a man who died looking for the truth, Nisman was far from being a justice hero
Why There Is No Massive Antiwar Movement in America