How does a workers’ state morph into an imperialist wannabe?
No more bailouts for bankers & speculators. Open the books. Nationalize banking and insurance under the management of workers’ committees. • Let workers audit allegedly failing companies; make the results public. • Send corporate crooks to jail. Redirect war spending. Put the Pentagon’s $700 billion-plus budget into retraining soldiers and workers for peacetime production and… Read more »
POLITICAL PRISONER Punished with solitary Jaan K. Laaman, long-time anti-imperialist political prisoner, is still locked down in segregation (minimum of 23 hours per day in a 6’×9′ cell). Jaan has been in “segregation” for months simply for issuing two statements, a clear violation of free speech and human rights. He is being threatened with transfer… Read more »
In my roughly 35 years on the far left, I’ve been around, in, and interested in a myriad of Trotskyist organizations. It’s been about twenty years since I was able to participate in one, due to various life demands and other exigencies, but my interest has never flagged. Lately, with the Trump election, the events… Read more »
A century ago, millions of working people were dying so that the richest capitalist countries could carve up the globe among them. In Russia, the people were suffering wartime deaths and starvation on top of suffocating repression by an all-powerful monarchy. On International Women’s Day 1917 (in February by the old Russian calendar), women textile… Read more »
Not a day goes by that U.S. politicians, media pundits and career spies don’t warn of chilling dangers from Russia. Why did Russia again become so despised? Political obfuscation and distraction at home are motivators. So are geopolitical jockeying for power and the economic need to keep the military-industrial complex fully charged up. Democrats, a… Read more »
Revisiting feminist author Megan Cornish’s talk at the Imagine Revolution Conference held in Seattle in November 2002.
A rebuke to the Seattle daily paper, which essentially supported a SLAPP harassment lawsuit by two cops against Sawant.
A critique from City Living Seattle of what the housing positions of socialist Seattle city councilmember Kshama Sawant don’t do for poor people and people of color.
On May 1, Freedom Socialist Party members will take part in the immigrant-led general strike and will march side by side with other workers and oppressed people determined to bring to birth a new and better world. And, through the month of May, FSP branches will be holding public events discussing how fighters for that… Read more »