Category: US

Greg Grandin: The Two Faces of Empire

Melville Knew Them, We Still Live With Them

Norman Solomon: Cut Off the NSA’s Juice

Organizers have begun to push for action by state legislatures to impede the electric, water and other services that sustain the NSA’s secretive outposts

Seth Sandronsky: Class Bludgeoning and Public Education

U.S. public education has always suffered a crisis of culture because it mirrors dominant class values and beliefs

Ralph Nader: The Fukushima Secrecy Syndrome – From Japan to America

Last month, the ruling Japanese coalition parties quickly rammed through Parliament a state secrets law

Andrew Gumbel: San Francisco’s Guerrilla Protest At Google Buses Swells Into Revolt

Campaign against tech giant pricing ordinary citizens out of the housing market becomes increasingly disruptive and forces city to act

Alan Sears: Austerity U: Preparing students for precarious lives

The key to fighting the austerity agenda for the universities will be our ability to remake campus politics from below, to challenge the restructuring from above

Dave Zirin: The LGBT Movement Takes Aim at Sochi

The Russian government’s anti-gay scapegoating diverts attention from what appears to be the most corrupt Olympics in history

Jesselyn Radack: Why Edward Snowden Wouldn’t Get a Fair Trial

The Espionage Act of 1917 wasn’t intended to prosecute whistleblowers like him—or Bradley Manning

Carl Bloice: In Memory of Dr. King: Stand Up for those Without Work

The unemployment rate for African American workers fell from 12.5 percent in November to 11.9 percent in December

Noam Chomsky: The Greening of Noam Chomsky: a Conversation

Do you want your children or your grandchildren to have an environment in which they can have a decent life?

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