Category: US

Collective 20: What Next?

Is there a way to attain solidarity with a diversity of unity and autonomy without undercutting what exists and without submerging each current facet of the left into a weakened compromised stance?

George Lakey: What Trump’s claim of a ‘stolen election’ means for activists today

The point of claiming a stolen election is not to set the stage for a coup, but to add to the right’s list of grievances for building political power in the future

Medea Benjamin: Feminism Not Militarism

Interview on the Movement to Oppose Michèle Flournoy as Pentagon Chief

Glenn Greenwald: CIA Document From WikiLeaks Sheds Critical Light on Today’s U.S. Politics and Wars

The Agency knew that their best asset for selling their wars was Barack Obama — the same reason so many in the security state were eager to get rid of Donald Trump

Mike Parker: How the Richmond Progressive Alliance Organized for Victory

In California the Richmond Progressive Alliance won another stunning victory in this month’s local elections

Bernie Sanders: How do we Avoid Future Authoritarians? Winning Back the Working Class is Key

The Democrats’ job during the first 100 days of the Biden administration is to make it absolutely clear whose side they are on, and who is on the other side

Ramzy Baroud: Israel ‘Takes Advantage’ of Trump’s Remaining Days in Office

Not only was Israel allowed to expand old settlements and build new ones throughout Trump’s term, but was actually encouraged by US officials to do so with a great sense of urgency

Noam Chomsky: Trump Has Revealed the Extreme Fragility of American Democracy

Both Trump and Trumpism will remain with us for a long time, both the individual himself and the poisonous currents he has unleashed

Vincent Emanuele: Yes, the Left Should Talk to Trump Supporters

Here’s what I do know: leftists must organize Trump supporters. If we don’t, someone else will. Remember, organizing people who disagree with us is quite literally the essence of organizing

Jeff Klein: Can We Build a Progressive Future If We Dismiss a Large Part of the Working Class?

It is hard to imagine a stable progressive future for our country with many millions of working-class Americans mobilized in angry opposition

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