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December 4, 2017

  • Part-time faculty send a message in Chicago

    Part-time faculty went on a two-day strike at Columbia College in Chicago--with students and full-time faculty by their side.

  • One nation under the Bible?

    The Green family has a specific brand of Christianity that it is trying to push--and it's using a new "museum" in order to do it.

  • El parable Donald Trump

    Sin minimizar el daño que Trump ha hecho, la izquierda debe prestar atención a aquellos momentos en que ellos no pudieron salirse con la suya.

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November 29, 2017

  • Where the abusers make the rules

    The #MeToo moment has come to Capitol Hill--revealing a system that protects the harassers and abusers, and silences women who report them.

  • Trump turns his back on Haitian quake refugees

    The latest victims of Trump's cruel policies are Haitian refugees of the 2010 earthquake with temporary status to live in the U.S.

  • Is business warming to Jeremy Corbyn?

    With Theresa May's Tory government in perpetual crisis, left-winger Jeremy Corbyn is getting support from unexpected quarters.

  • A peace prize that's deserved

    For once, the Nobel Peace Prize went to an ideal recipient this year: the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.

November 28, 2017

  • The stoppable Donald Trump

    No one should downplay the damage Trump and Co. have done, but the left should keep in mind the moments when they didn't get their way--and why.

  • How solidarity stopped a deportation

    There are important lessons to learn from the successful fight to stop Riaz Talukder from being taken from his family and community.

  • State violence on Manus and in Australia

    The violence that the Australian state used against refugees in the Manus prison camp was repeated on the streets of Melbourne.

  • The hateful history of the Ku Klux Klan

    The Ku Klux Klan has sown racist terror for 150 years, but a new book focuses on one of the three distinct phases of its existence.

November 27, 2017

  • Lebanon in the crucible of regional conflict

    The surprise resignation of Lebanon's prime minister is the latest sign of a brewing conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran on various battlefields.

  • Trump picks a Big Pharma profiteer

    Donald Trump has nominated yet another corporate swamp creature, this one to run the federal agency overseeing public health.

  • The red convicts of Cherm

    An American journalist in Russia during the revolution describes a visit to a penal colony that was transformed by workers' power.

  • Keep your fracking sand out of our port

    Climate justice activists have constructed an encampment at the Port of Olympia in an effort to help halt toxic fracking practices.

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