Noam Chomsky talks about the gladiatorial spectacle before us, re-lives his early love affair with baseball, talks about the phenomena of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, and his Super Bowl pick
The Extreme Center is dying. At its ends emerges a politics of anti-austerity. What divides the Right and the Left is their attitude to society, whether to pursue inclusive and diverse social worlds or not
The parallel with Sanders is that the French group may be tapping into the same popular discontent that Sanders has used to make his bid
A Cruz victory in November would result in a serious shift to the right for the United States with regard to both domestic and foreign policies
On what logic should we base our attitude to the Sanders campaign? And once our attitude is clear, what should we do about it?
There are three major Internet issues that every candidate must take up: net neutrality, universal access and privacy
The Iowa Caucus shows promise for radical politics in the United States
There are future radicals in the midst. Who’s going to organize them? Who will be their mentors?
Something left and radically democratic is up with young folks and others and it’s not going to disappear with the eventual fading of Bernie
They sent forth men to battle. But no such men return; And home, to claim their welcome. Comes ashes in an urn.” –Ode from “Agamemnon” in the Greek tragedy the Oresteia by Aeschylus Aeschylus—who had actually fought at Marathon in 490 BC, the battle Read more…