Recently posted

December 15, 2014

  • Are U.S. workers bought off?

    The ferocity of the ruling class offensive has undermined the claim that workers do well enough to stop them from rebelling.

  • The filth and the Feds

    Witch hunts against minorities and activists based on their sexual relationships was all in a day's work for J. Edgar Hoover.

  • Anti-racistas en las calles

    El fracaso de la justica en los casos de Mike Brown y Eric Garner ha provocado una respuesta masiva--y una permanente lucha anti-racista.

December 11, 2014

December 10, 2014

  • What the U.S. war on ISIS looks like from Iraq

    An author and journalist recently returned from Iraq talks about conditions in the Middle East as the U.S. war on ISIS continues to take its toll.

  • Bill De Blasio has a Garner problem

    New York liberal mayor wants the support of those marching for Eric Garner without changing the policies that led to his murder.

  • We won't be intimidated

    A Bay Area activist provides an account of the protests against police violence that rocked Berkeley for another night.

  • Democracy and revolution

    The critics of Marxism point to the former USSR in claiming that socialism would just put a new set of rulers in power.

  • The police are different from you and me

    Cops share a unique status with the rich and powerful of being able to get away with all sorts of murder and mayhem.

  • Graduate student employees take on NYU

    Graduate employees are taking a strike authorization vote against one of the most corporate universities in the country.

December 9, 2014

  • The system isn't broken, it's racist by design

    Barack Obama talks about addressing racism in policing today, yet never utters phrases like "racial inequality" and "mass incarceration."

  • Hungry for justice at Berkeley

    Black students blockaded one of the main dining facilities at UC Berkeley in an action in solidarity with the Ferguson protests.

  • Will a socialist society work?

    Many people believe that capitalism, despite its inequalities, is at least more efficient and less bureaucratic than socialism.

  • #BlackLivesMatter takes the field

    Athletes speaking out against police brutality has the effect of amplifying the impact of the struggle for dignity in the face of racism.

  • Putting history on the page

    The left-wing author Howard Fast dramatized historical struggles against racism, exploitation and war profiteering.

Syndicate content