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May 26, 2017

  • Trump's crisis and the feeble "opposition"

    Millions of people would love to see Donald Trump run out of office, and rightfully so. But the Democrats' cynical message is: Hey, not so fast.

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  • What will it take to stop the right in Berkeley?

    The right wing has focused its strategy for provocations and mobilizations on Berkeley. We have to respond with a strategy for large mobilizations.

  • AT&T workers take a big step by walking out

    Workers at AT&T Mobility picketed stores across the country during a three-day strike and learned fighting lessons for the future.

  • DePaul has the money to pay

    The scholarship fund for undocumented students is a great idea, but why should it be funded by increased student activities fees?

  • We stand with the hunger strikers

    A U.S. solidarity organization joins workers across the world in standing with Palestinian prisoners who have been on hunger strike.

  • Unifying to resist Trump in Connecticut

    Some 350 people protested Donald Trump's recent commencement speech at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in Connecticut.

May 22, 2017

  • Trump anoints the duke of vote suppression

    Trump's choice to lead the Commission on Election Integrity, Kris Kobach, has years of experience—concocting and imposing racist voting rules.

  • Resistance in the face of a regime crackdown

    A U.S. author describes the state of fear she encountered on a visit to Turkey--and the continuing protests against the regime.

  • The Tories aren't invulnerable

    If Britain’s Labour Party mounts an activist campaign, it could be possible to turn the Tory tide, but we cannot be uncritical.

  • Are Zuma's days numbered?

    The faltering popularity of South African President Jacob Zuma has provoked mass protests and growing talk of impeachment.

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