An enthusiastic launch party for FSP candidate Steve Hoffman warmed up a frosty Seattle evening on Feb. 23.
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Meet the FSP candidate and support the campaign this Friday, Feb. 23, at the Seattle Labor Temple.
This article is an edited and updated version of a talk given by Alison Thorne at a Freedom Socialist Party (FSP) meeting on 31 August 2005. Thorne is a workplace delegate in the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) and an activist in the rank and file caucus, Members First. CPSU workplace delegate, Alison Thorne,… Read more »
Victorian State election November 30, 2002 – A Radical Woman hits the Socialist Alliance Campaign Trail in Lara
When I was first approached to seek preselection as a Socialist Alliance (SA) candidate for the Victorian State elections I was filled with trepidation. How was I going to cope with being thrown into the spotlight? But then I remembered that I am a member of Radical Women and could not allow silly fears to… Read more »
SAlt describes itself as a Trotskyist, revolutionary organization. But the decidedly non-revolutionary capitalist election arena is a tricky place for radicals.
“My campaign is about building a movement to stop the attacks on unions, public education, civil rights and social services.”
Trump certainly deserves it, but let’s talk about impeaching the system that spawned him.
A 2015 Guardian article, taken from Nicole Aschoff’s excellent book “New Prophets of Capital,” decodes Winfrey’s fundamental message of accommodation to the status quo.
Dear Friend, These are the days of “alternative facts” and nasty tweets as public policy, with the hard right in the catbird seat. They are also the days of tens of millions of people pouring into the streets to push back! Serious times require serious journalism. The Freedom Socialist provides honest news and insightful analysis… Read more »
It’s been a rough few weeks. Police violence escalated in July with the deaths of at least three Black people, four Latinos, and a Latina in just one week. An outpouring of racism followed the killings of cops in Dallas and Baton Rouge, climaxing in an ugly “law and order” Republican convention. In the middle… Read more »