Topic: Trump administration

  • Trump takes aim at libraries

    Donald Trump's "America First" budget puts working-class communities last--with drastic cuts to library funding.

  • Washington's cynical use of refugee children

    Donald Trump's hypocrisy--expressing pity for Syrian "babies" while keeping U.S. borders closed to them--isn't unique to the Republicans.

  • Trump and the global disorder

    A European socialist considers the implications of Trump's election outside the U.S. in a world of crisis and instability.

  • Victory 2.0 against Trump's Muslim ban?

    A revised Muslim travel ban was blocked hours before it was meant to take effect, but we need to remain mobilized to be sure it stays that way.

  • Cultivando resistencia

    La oposición a Trump abre oportunidades cruciales para aumentar la influencia política y el alcance organizacional de la izquierda.

  • Is there a pro-Putin clique in the White House?

    The continuing controversy over the Putin-Trump relationship points towards a deeper debate over the decline of U.S. imperial power.

  • American horror stories

    Trump's outbursts about being wiretapped and the like are shocking and stupid, but they're in keeping with the right wing's message for years.

  • Raising the resistance

    The mass opposition to Trump is opening up crucial opportunities for the left to expand the influence of its politics and the reach of its organizations.

  • Smiling for Congress as he sharpens the knives

    Trump's speech to Congress was successful in distracting the media and Democratic leaders from the unchanged substance of his reactionary agenda.

  • The Democrats' goals and ours

    Working within the Democratic Party doesn't win reforms--on the contrary, it poses a threat even to the reforms we already won.

  • Trump and the alt-right

    Donald Trump likes to think he not only won an election, but has "built a movement." And he has--just not the way he thinks.

  • Why is Columbus rising up?

    The eruption of protest in Ohio is exciting for what it says about the present--and, even more so, what it can mean for the future.

  • El pueblo contra el presidente

    Sabemos que Trump va a ser tan horrible como suponíamos, pero también sabemos que será tan ampliamente resistido como nadie concibió.

  • More voices of the resistance

    SW continues its discussion on building the resistance to Trump into a bigger and better organized force in every corner of society.

  • The torture presidency?

    The news that Trump wants to reinstate CIA black sites begs the question: Why is the administration so keen on restarting torture?

  • Voices of the new resistance

    SocialistWorker.org asked a wide range of authors and activists for their thoughts about the spreading resistance to Trump and its next steps.

  • Thousands confront the right at UC Berkeley

    Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos was set to speak at UC Berkeley, but thanks to 2,000 protesters, he didn't get the chance.

  • What does it mean to make "America First"?

    Any labor union or worker who signs up with Trump's "America First" program will find out that--rhetoric aside--Trump will put them last.

  • A combatir el racismo ejecutivo

    Donald Trump ha comenzado a cumplir sus amenazas contra los inmigrantes con órdenes diseñadas para aterrorizar--a ellos y a la comunidad entera.

  • The people versus the president

    We know now that Trump is going to be as horrible as everyone feared. But we also know he's going to be as widely resisted as anybody hoped.

  • 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.

  • Depende de nosotros resistir

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.