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March 27, 2017

  • Has Trump made the economy great again?

    The stock market has been on a tear since the election, but that doesn't mean the economy is poised for takeoff, with plenty of jobs, as Trump promised.

  • What direction out the Brexit?

    Britain's government will start the process of leaving the EU, but masses of people are protesting Brexit's biggest fan in the U.S.

  • The UAW takes aim at Nissan

    A United Auto Workers organizing drive in Mississippi has showed a militant spirit, but will it succeed where others fell short?

  • Joining together to achieve peace

    An appeal issued 100 years ago by the moderate socialists leading the Petrograd Soviet calls for unity in the cause of peace.

  • Una guerra contra 11 millones

    El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional ha publicado sus planes para cumplir las amenazas de Donald Trump contra 11 millones de personas.

March 24, 2017

March 23, 2017

  • In defense of protesting racists

    A backlash is in full swing after the Vermont demonstration against Charles Murray, but those leading the charge forget that protest is free speech, too.

  • The one undemocratic state solution

    Israeli politicians who call for a "one-state solution" in Palestine have a radically different idea in mind compared to the left.

  • Charles Murray's ideas should be challenged

    It is a grave disservice to the Columbia University community to invite Charles Murray to speak in this uncontested format.

  • Tom Cat does Trump's dirty work

    A Queens bakery is facing protests after threatening immigrant workers with firing if they can't prove their legal status.

  • When the scientists march

    Activism by scientists is often greeted with amazement, but they have quite a history of protest, especially during times of upheaval.

  • How capitalism frames disability

    To liberate students with disabilities, the students need to become aware that they are not responsible for their social disability.

March 22, 2017

  • ICE's war on immigrant organizers in Vermont

    People in Vermont are protesting a series of raids targeting immigrants whose only "crime" has been to fight for the rights of dairy farm workers.

  • Despair in Europe's camps

    Refugees continue to die in record numbers as EU governments scapegoat them, but people are taking to the streets in protest.

  • A poison pill we shouldn't swallow

    As Republicans push forward with Trump's disastrous health care plan, the left needs to stand up for a vision of health care for all.

  • The human face of the drug war

    When people hear the real-life stories of prisoners victimized by the "war on drugs," public opinion begins to change.

March 21, 2017

  • Why are there still famines?

    Modern technology has made it possible to grow enough food to feed everyone in the world. So why is the UN reporting the worst famine since 1945?

  • Capitalism brought us here

    Most immigrants came to the U.S. because they have no choice--and they will fight to defend the lives they worked so hard to build.

  • Politicking without politics

    The Democrats are trying to damage Trump by pointing out his hypocrisy rather than articulating any ideas of their own.

  • Yes, they can find a way to respect nurses

    At the University of Missouri Hospital, there's money for ad campaigns, but nothing for the people who do the work.

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