Donald Trump: symptom and stimulant of a world gone haywire.
Bigots and books and drag — oh my!
The angry mobs are out in force. This Soapbox from a Friend of Dorothy has a message for them: “We will not back down!”
Forgive student debt: Yo-yo no more!
After being promised debt relief, the author castigates politicians and courts for resolving nothing and leaving students like him out on a limb.
Life under Australia’s labor party
Tinkering around the edges of capitalism is a dead end.
The British monarchy has got to go
An Irish American socialist ruminates on the special relationship the British monarchs have enjoyed with capitalism.
Monkeypox queer-shaming echoes AIDS crisis
It’s taken the angry LGBTQ+ community and healthcare workers to expose callous government inaction and organize for vaccinations and treatment.
Anita Hill, Amber Heard, and #MeToo
The connection between the misogynist vitriol against Amber Heard and the Supreme Court decision gutting Roe v. Wade.
Disability justice and capitalism don’t mix
A call to resist the cooptation of the radical disability justice movement launched by queer Black and brown founders.
Passing the torch
Vietnam-era radicals have an urgent task – to pass on the lessons of history to today’s activists opposing war and fighting capitalism’s crimes.
The supply chain blues
Megan Cornish, a student and teacher of Marxist economics, looks at the absurdity of capitalists unable to get their goods to market.