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January 23, 2017

  • Populism with a price tag

    Trump says he's giving power back to the people, but those "people" are the super-rich who footed the bill for his inauguration.

  • Didn't take long to see the real Donald Trump

    The first actions of the Trump administration proved that he couldn't care less about the "ordinary people" he claims to speak for.

January 20, 2017

January 19, 2017

  • Socialist organization in the time of Trump

    Thousands of people are asking whether it's time to join the socialists in order to resist Trump--and the system that gave rise to him in the first place.

  • Ed Sec wanted, no experience required

    Betsy DeVos, Trump's choice for secretary of education, is a pro-charter conservative who wants to gut public education.

  • Missing the real election sabotage

    The same politicians and media outlets shouting about Russian hackers are ignoring obvious evidence of racist voter suppression.

  • What is Turning Point USA?

    This recently formed right-wing campus group says it wants a "dialogue," but what it really wants is to spread its bigoted ideas.

  • Momentive strikers bring their message to NYC

    Striking workers at Momentive Performance Materials went to New York to rally at the offices of the company's hedge fund owner.

January 18, 2017

  • How do we push sexism back to the fringe?

    The face of sexual assault and contempt for women is also the face of the next president, but the anti-sexist majority can send Trump a message.

  • Do American spies have the goods on Russia?

    The allegations of Russian interference in the presidential election have caused a number of strange flip-flops in U.S. politics.

  • Mexico's climate of crisis and mass uprisings

    What's happening in México is a result of an accumulation of outrages committed by the regime of President Enrique Peña Nieto.

  • What caused the attack in Jerusalem?

    Israel's apartheid regime is the root cause of the truck attack that killed four Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem in early January.

  • Multiracial solidarity grows in Brooklyn

    The newly initiated Bay Ridge for Social Justice group mobilized a dynamic and family-friendly march on MLK Day.

  • Views in brief

    The left response to an assault | More factors in Chicago's violence | What the hacked e-mails showed | Give Obama some credit

January 17, 2017

  • Looking for villains everywhere but the mirror

    The revelations from hacked DNC e-mails didn't lose the election for the Democrats. Their neoliberal, pro-corporate, anti-worker policies did.

  • How we made Montana Nazis back down

    Neo-Nazis canceled a planned armed march on Martin Luther King Day in Montana, after antiracists made their opposition clear.

  • UC Davis takes on alt-right hate

    Student protesters at the University of California-Davis shut down a reactionary speaking event led by Milo Yiannopoulos.

  • The resistance after Inauguration Day

    Our side is the majority, and we have the power to stop Trump's agenda, but it will require that we get organized and fight back.

  • La solidaridad derrota al odio

    Necesitamos construir una resistencia contra Trump entre todos aquellos que tengamos un interés mutuo en luchar unidos.

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