Category: US

Norman Solomon: Why the DNC Is Fighting WikiLeaks and Not Wall Street

The DNC’s lawsuit amounts to doubling down on its fixation of blaming Russia for the Democratic Party’s monumental 2016 loss, at a time when it’s essential to remedy the failed approaches

David Swanson: The Decline and Fall of the State Department

The State Department cables reveal an institution dripping with contempt for humanity, democracy, peace, justice, and the rule of law

Frank Palmeri: The Long and Despicable Roots of Voter Suppression

The Republican Party, with its foundation now in the solid South, has done all it can to drag the country back into the nineteenth century through egregious voter suppression, mass incarceration, and financial and economic deprivation

Joe Emersberger: Media on Venezuela Conveys and Conceals So Much

Western media have developed, over years of repetition, distortions and whitewashing gross imperial hypocrisy about Venezuela

Kate Aronoff: Controversial Contractor Behind Island-Wide Blackout

The blackout could be a sign of things to come if the forces eager to privatize power in Puerto Rico get their way

Carl Boggs: Russia and the War Party

Trump, it turns out, was guilty of the most grievous sin: he went so far as to mention the possibility of cooperative relations with Russia

Katie Fustich: Columbia Grad Workers Set to Strike

Admin Refuses to Bargain

Noam Chomsky: “A Complete Disaster”

Interview on Trump and the Future of US Politics

Negin Owliaei: Teacher Strikes Continue to Spread

A Symptom of Public Education Underfunding

Jill Richardson: The Latest Attack on Food Stamps

Adding a work requirement to food stamps is a mean-spirited and short-sighted move that will harm our economy while exacerbating hunger

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