Bring the assassins of Honduran leader Berta Cáceres to justice!

March 11, 2016

End U.S. complicity in crimes against the indigenous peoples of Latin America! The Freedom Socialist Party joins with activists around the world to protest the assassination of Berta Cáceres, the Honduran indigenous feminist leader and foe of privatization gunned down in her home on March 3rd. We call for the immediate release of Mexican supporter… Read more »

In Greece, a September election with no real winners

October 8, 2015

The main takeaway of the snap election to parliament on September 20 is this: people in Greece are tired and angry — so they decided to stay home. The Syriza party of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras got the biggest number of votes, but it was a hollow victory. Syriza received a little more than 35… Read more »

Bernie Sanders’ Bid for President: What Would Eugene Debs Think?

August 10, 2015

It’s clear why fed-up voters are attracted to Bernie Sanders. He rails against the billionaires and calls for a U.S. political revolution. Who doesn’t want to end the rule of banksters and CEOs? Who doesn’t want to stop the corporate harvesting of all things profitable at the expense of people and the planet? Who doesn’t… Read more »

Tacoma workers want $15 NOW, not later!

July 29, 2015

Tacoma, Washington is ahead of the nation when it comes to fighting for $15 Now. Other cities like Seattle settled for $15 in a few years. But not 15 Now Tacoma. They collected enough signatures to put Proposition 1 on the ballot this November. If it passes $15.00 an hour would become the minimum wage… Read more »

Grecia, el Triángulo Imposible

2 de julio 2015

“Esto puede fallar, pero vale la pena intentarlo porque todas las otras opciones son peores,” escribió al final de su reciente mea culpa Dominique Strauss-Khan, ex director del Fondo Monetario Internacional, en el que admite que las políticas del FMI para Grecia fracasaron y propone operar una cuantiosa reducción de la deuda pública. El hecho… Read more »

Greece: The Impossible Triangle

July 2, 2015

“This may fail but it is worthwhile to make it happen because all the other options are worse,” wrote Dominique Strauss-Khan, the ex-director of the IMF, in a mea culpa in which he admits the failure of the IMF measures and proposes a substantial reduction in Greece’s public debt as a remedy. The fact that… Read more »