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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.

  • The only guarantee of Polish independence

    One hundred years ago, Polish socialists in Petrograd pointed to the Russian Revolution as the hope for liberation from empire.

March 20, 2017

  • How did the Dutch far right get so far?

    Geert Wilders' far-right Party for Freedom came up short of victory in last week's Dutch elections, but it expanded its votes and its influence.

  • The West and "African corruption"

    The West's self-serving narrative about "African corruption" obscures actual causes of graft and greed that bleed Africa dry.

  • Don't spill Texas seed

    Texas lawmakers who propose legislation that restricts women's right to abortion could see their right to masturbate taken away.

  • The "alternative facts" that led to war on Iraq

    Trump isn't the first president to prefer "alternative facts." Fifteen years ago, George W. Bush paved the road to war with lies.

  • Soldiers, take power into your own hands!

    This appeal from Russian socialists shortly after the February Revolution called on soldiers to side with the workers' councils.

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  • Water protectors take the fight to Trump's door

    Thousands gathered for the Native Nations Rise events in Washington, D.C., focusing attention on the ongoing struggles for Indigenous rights.

  • Fear and ignorance defeat a mosque

    A proposal to build a mosque in Bayonne, New Jersey, was blocked by an Islamophobic campaign that made headlines.

  • Rauner versus the people

    State workers in Illinois voted to authorize a strike in the face of harsh austerity measures pushed by Gov. Bruce Rauner.

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