The “bad cop” Pentagon uses military force while the State Dept. uses diplomatic pressure — but both options are wielded as tools of war.
The Freedom Socialist examines Bernie Sanders’ candidacy.
Odeh, a Palestinian and community organizer, won a partial victory against the U.S. government’s attempt to deport her.
Slavery and Jim Crow paved the way for the misnamed, anti-union legislation.
The current attack on organized labor.
It’s opportunistic, not socialist.
Twice last year, the streets of Melbourne were filled with a stunning spectacle of rainbow colours, placards and people calling out for the right of same-sex couples to marry. Both massive protests on August 1 and November 28 were organised by Equal Love as part of a national campaign to overturn the ban on same-sex… Read more »
Per person, healthcare costs in the United States are the highest of any country in the world; U.S. spending is twice that of countries such as France and Germany. What does all that money buy? Not much! The U.S. ranks only 42nd for life expectancy among highly developed countries and 29th for infant survival. So… Read more »
Last November, New York-based civil rights and criminal defence attorney Lynne Stewart was sent to prison. Stewart had been convicted in 2005 of providing support to “terrorist” Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, whom the court had appointed her to defend. He had been found guilty a decade earlier of conspiring to attack the United Nations along… Read more »
In the United States, it is customary to assess a president’s first 100 days in office, a tradition that goes back to the Great Depression. Fearing that the collapse of Wall Street and the enormous suffering it caused was laying the groundwork for a socialist revolution in the U.S., newly elected President Franklin Delano Roosevelt… Read more »