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August 3, 2017

  • The foul anatomy of the international right

    As the right wing evolves so rapidly, precise distinctions between conservatives, "populists" and fascists are difficult to make.

  • Solidarity over sectarianism in Belfast

    The book Struggle or Starve tells the hidden story of how working-class Belfast came together to strike against anti-poor laws.

  • Texans demand universal health care

    A protest planned against the Republicans' health care bill turned into a victory celebration and a call for Medicare for all.

  • A racist curfew in Madison

    Plans by a Madison mall to require teens to be accompanied by a parent or guardian for evening hours are designed to discriminate.

August 2, 2017

  • Ten days that Mooched the world

    In his brief time in the spotlight, Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci told us a lot about how Donald Trump and his administration view democracy.

  • The ugly reasons Trump cheered cop violence

    To rapturous applause and peals of laughter from an audience of cops, Trump turned up the green light for police abuse and terror.

  • The American nightmare

    Today's monsters in Washington remind us of a lesson from the master of horror: The ghouls we should really fear aren't undead.

  • They ask what's wrong, not what happened

    For millions who suffer from mental health problems, the blame is placed on their individual behavior instead of the system.

August 1, 2017

July 31, 2017

  • North Korea faces the fury of U.S. empire

    The media portray the North Korean regime as bent on starting a war, but the history of the conflict shows the North has been responding to U.S. threats.

  • #OutragedAndUnafraid in Texas

    Undocumented immigrants and supporters blocked traffic to protest a draconian Texas law in an effort to encourage resistance.

  • This anti-BDS bill is an assault on free speech

    Proposed legislation aimed at undermining the pro-Palestine movement would shred the U.S. Constitution in the process.

  • Struggling against all odds

    The latest installment of a documentary series on labor history examines workers' organizing in the face of a repressive state.

July 28, 2017

July 27, 2017

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