Category: Repression

Badri Raina: Between Drone and Pegasus, the Latter’s Flight May Be the More Fatal to India

It is strange that the Modi government, which denies targeting the individuals named, does not feel impelled to find out who it is that may be attacking democratic opinion critical of the establishment

Alex Henderson: The GOP now resembles the parties of ‘autocratic regimes’

The “leader principle,” according to Paul Krugman, is very much at work when Republicans go to ridiculous, absurd extremes to show their loyalty to Trump

Thomas Klikauer: For Right-Wing Populism, Power, Not Facts, Is What Makes and Defines Truth

The divine destiny of authoritarian populism finds fulfillment in not just reshaping what is true and what is a lie, but more importantly, in reshaping reality

Kathryn Kolbert: Controlling Women

With Roe v. Wade in Peril, Authors Say Move Past Court to Save Reproductive Rights

Andrew Metheven: Militarism and the police

As institutions like the police and border patrol become increasingly militarized, anti-militarism needs to become a cornerstone of social movements worldwide

Kenny Stancil: ‘One Speech… Isn’t Enough’

Progressives Call on Biden to Get Tough on Voting Rights

Jim Hightower: The GOP Is Trying to Outlaw Democracy

The more Americans vote, the stronger our democracy. For Republican lawmakers, that’s a problem

Alfred W. McCoy: America’s Drug Wars

Fifty Years of Reinforcing Racism

Tom H. Hastings: Supreme suppression

The Trump/McConnell-packed Supreme Court has begun to live up to the fondest hopes of fascist Republicans

Jessica Corbett: Supreme Court Delivers Blow to the Voting Rights Act

After SCOTUS Upholds Arizona Limits, Congress Urged to Protect Voters and Expand Court

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