RNC Chair Michael Steele showed his contempt at an event at Howard University when he mocked a woman whose mother just died of cancer.
Having a "realistic" approach to struggles--and accepting that we have to make concessions--will only weaken our movement.
In Diary of Bergen-Belsen, Hanna Lévy-Hass gives a never-read-before look at Nazi internment as told by a Jewish resistance fighter.
Many people at a San Diego town hall supported single-payer--but with a dismissive Democrat and right-wingers on hand, they had to fight to be heard.
An attack on the rights of sidewalk vendors in Jackson Heights in New York uses the language of the anti-immigrant right.
My recent encounter with Britain's National Health Service was a stark contrast with the U.S.--and exposed all the right's lies about socialized medicine.
The bipartisan support for the savage budget cuts in California highlights the need for radicalism, struggle and organization.
The mercenary firm Blackwater is facing a new set of shocking revelations about its behavior. So why is it still on the government payroll?
It's the start of another school year in San Francisco, and teachers are having to deal with the consequences of filling a $60 million budget gap.
Hundreds of people in Washington, D.C., and San Francisco rallied in honor of murdered transgender woman Tyli'a Mack.
There are new revelations about torture during the Bush years--but those who approved it may never stand trial if the Obama administration has its way.
Dahr Jamail's new book The Will to Resist takes a closer look at the struggles of U.S. soldiers who oppose the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A group of Oregon physicians calling themselves the Mad As Hell doctors is getting ready for a cross-country tour to demand real health care reform.
The U.S. is ramping up its military presence in Colombia--not just to threaten Venezuela, but to assert control over the Amazon region.
The idea that the California State University Board of Trustees somehow acted "responsibly" when they voted for cuts and fee increases is ridiculous.
That Caster Semenya is being singled out is not only about gender, but also deeply connected to the reality that she is a Black woman as well.
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The hundreds lined up at Los Angeles' famous Forum arena for free medical services exposed the staggering inadequacy of the current system.
The floodgates were opened to private control over education in Los Angeles with a school board vote to authorize opening up over 250 schools to bidding.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey revealed his contempt for poor and working-class people in a recent article about health care reform in the Wall Street Journal.
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