This week's column is--of course--a mostly Trump special edition, along with a list of sorry excuses for human beings.
Donald Trump proved once again in the final presidential debate that he's the secret weapon...of the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton.
Marxist economist Michael Roberts argues that the cause of economic crisis lies at the heart of how the capitalist system operates.
The Modern Language Association should not hesitate when a living, breathing struggle against colonialism asks for our support.
The author of a newly published book about political thinker W.E.B. Du Bois explains why his legacy remains relevant today.
Italian left-wing playwright Dario Fo never stopped challenging authority, mocking the powerful and championing workers.
In the face of a humanitarian horror, a part of the U.S. left wants to absolve Assad and Russia of their crimes in Syria--and blame only the U.S.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to add 1,000 more police to the force--but more cops aren't a solution to the city's violence.
Thousands of Seattle teachers are wearing Black Lives Matter shirts today in a historic workplace demonstration against racism.
Israel's attack machine is again attempting to smear a pro-Palestine activist by hurling false charges of anti-Semitism.
Advice for understanding Gramsci | Admiration for the Standing Rock struggle
The prospect of teachers walking the picket line forced Mayor Rahm Emanuel to make concessions on many, though not all, of the union's demands.
The idea that the U.S. has only now entered into war on Yemen in reaction to unprovoked attacks on its warships is absurd.
Rather than a distraction from confronting class inequality, movements against racism are part of building opposition to capitalism.
Students in South Africa are fighting another round of tuition increases--and facing repression from the ANC government.
Activists at a Seattle conference on transformative justice strategized about how to replace today's punitive "justice" system.
As more women come forward about being abused by Donald Trump, the harassment faced by millions of others is coming to the surface.
After a federal appeals court refused to halt construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline, the energy giants are intensifying repression.
Members of an honor band from Oakland schools explain why they took a knee during a performance of the national anthem.
Thailand's king, who died last week, was an enemy of democracy and a symbol of naked class oppression.
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