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January 31, 2017

January 30, 2017

  • The uprising of the airports

    In city after city and airport after airport, people are turning out to protest Trump's executive orders declaring war on immigrants and refugees.

  • Get racist hate off Purdue's campus

    Purdue students want the school's president to condemn racist posters that appeared on campus--and they're occupying until he does.

  • The burger bosses' dreams come true

    Trump's choice for Labor Secretary is a fast-food boss, and no amount of dish soap and hot water can wash the dirt off of him.

  • A lame-duck assault on our rights in Ohio

    Ohio legislators seized the initiative after Trump's victory to push through right-wing bills on abortion, guns and the Fight for 15.

  • Depende de nosotros resistir

    Las protestas contra la inauguración de la administración Trump no marcan la cúspide, sino sólo el inicio de la resistencia.

January 27, 2017

  • Against amnesia: The empire under Obama

    The U.S. empire under Barack Obama has been a catastrophe for the world--we can never forget nor excuse his two terms of American violence.

January 26, 2017

  • Trump's executive hate crimes

    Donald Trump has begun making good on his threats against immigrants with executive orders designed to terrorize millions in the U.S. and beyond.

  • Looking out for number 1 Percent

    Donald Trump won votes by promising to create jobs, but his economic agenda will ultimately make him even more unpopular.

  • Facing 10 years in prison for protesting

    Federal prosecutors will file charges against activists arrested on Inauguration Day that carry unprecedented fines and prison time.

  • The right lashes out in Seattle

    The threat of the far right was thrown into sharp focus when an anti-racist was shot at a Seattle event featuring an "alt-right" leader.

  • Views in brief

    Joining the resistance | Don't shame those who speak out | Protest is only the start | Wrong chant for the inauguration | Uses of the hacking scandal

January 25, 2017

  • Syria after the conquest of Aleppo

    What will happen now following the fall of Aleppo--conquered by the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad after years of relentless war crimes?

  • Is the left with Trump against the TPP?

    The left can't fall into the trap of supporting Trump's economic nationalism, which only changes the methods of U.S. capital's rule.

  • The left can't be dismissive

    If we're revolutionaries, then we have to believe that the vast majority of people can be won to more radical ideas and action.

  • Who has a panhandling problem?

    Rather than deal with a housing crisis, Portland officials and business owners complain about how homelessness "looks."

  • Discontent behind the image of calm in Morocco

    The bloody expulsion of protesters from the central square in al-Hoceima again exposes the myth of Moroccan "exceptionalism."

January 24, 2017

  • Are people naturally xenophobic?

    According to conventional wisdom, Donald Trump's xenophobia is a cruder form of a trait we all share because it's built into our human nature.

  • The millions who said "Not our president"

    The protesters marching on Inauguration Weekend outnumbered those gathered to celebrate Trump by at least 10 to 1.

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