Category: US

John Pilger: New Cold War & looming threats

Interview on U.S.’ aggression in the Asia-Pacific region and the decline of its global dominance and says that a “new Cold War beckons isolation for the U.S. and danger for the rest of us”

Miles Kampf-Lassin: A Bold New Plan to Tackle Climate Change

In a livestreamed town hall event, Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez laid out the best hope yet to stave off climate disaster and transform our economy: A Green New Deal. And now it’s gaining support in Congress

Ted Glick: McNamee Win a Pyrrhic Victory for Fossil Fuelers?

For the first time in my memory, a critical mass of groups joined together, about ten national and many local, state and regional ones, to fight a FERC nomination

Carmen Segarra: Wall Street’s Corruption Runs Deeper Than You Can Fathom

“Changing the regulatory culture on [a] U.S. governmental level is something that’s going to take a decade, maybe two. And we need to start now, before things get worse.”

Robert Fisk: Spare Me the American Tears for the Murder of Jamal Khashoggi

This is the dangerous world in which America and its allies now tread, disdainful of the thousands of Muslims who perish under our bombs and missiles and mortars

Hatem Abudayyeh: Marc Lamont Hill must be reinstated

Marc Lamont Hill is a principled friend and comrade to Palestinians across the world, and must be immediately reinstated as a commentator at CNN. Palestinians and Black people in the US demand nothing less

Sam Biddle: AI Experts Issue Warning Against Facial Scanning

What’s worse than bad science passing judgment on anyone within camera range is that the algorithms making these decisions are kept private by the firms that develop them,

Winona La Duke: Call for Indigenous-Led “Green New Deal”

Interview on the indigenous-led fight against destructive oil pipelines and the revolutionary potential of the Green New Deal

Sam Pizzigati: “A New Labor Activism Is Surging”

What do the traditional and nontraditional approaches to labor activism share: a conviction that social justice in the United States requires a sweeping mobilization of working people

George Monbiot: US billionaires fuelling hard-right cause in Britain

Dark money enables very rich people and corporations to influence politics without showing their hands

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