What Biden’s Child Tax Cre­dit Is Get­ting Wrong

Oppo­si­tion Mounts to Johnson’s ‘Fre­edom Day’

Jamaica’s 1831 Revolt Dealt a Ham­mer Blow to Colo­ni­al Sla­ve­ry

James Car­vil­le Has Never Stop­ped Being Wrong

Joe Biden’s Sti­mulus Is Finan­cing Repu­bli­can-Back­ed Tax Cuts for the Rich

Roa­m­ing Char­ges: The Cuba Fixa­tion

US Con­cern for Cuba, Lat­in Ame­ri­ca is Spin for Inter­ven­tion

Richard Lewon­tin: Demo­li­tion Man of the Modern Synt­he­sis

“Going Into Trump Wor­ld”: Bernie’s Trum­pen­pro­le­ta­ri­an Brain Worm and Fascism-Deni­al

Enough is Enough: Donald Rums­feld 1932–2021

Cor­pora­te Capi­ta­lism Wor­ks … For Some!

Repu­bli­can Reich or GOP Clown Car? The 2024 Race Heats Up Ear­ly

Family Sepa­ra­tion Law: Israel’s Demo­grap­hic War on Palesti­ne Inten­si­fies

Are We Rea­dy for John Brown’s Truth at Last?

 US Tar­gets Nica­ragu­an Presi­den­ti­al Election: For­mer Soli­da­ri­ty Acti­vists Echo Impe­ri­al Tal­king Points

What’s in a Name? The Peculi­ar Per­fection of the Les­ser Prai­rie Chi­ck­en

US Pea­ce Acti­vists in Ger­ma­ny Join Call for Wit­hdrawal of US Nuclear Wea­pons

Schu­mer Plays the Pot Card…at Last

 From Covid Relief to Spooky Action Under Your Nose

Bil­li­o­nai­re Pan­de­mic Wealth Gain Could Pay For Biden’s Ame­ri­can Fami­lies Plan

Mali­cious Aid: The Real Root Cau­se of the Bor­der Cri­sis

Let­ting Go: How Do Idols Say Good-Bye?

The Woodcraft Folk Are the Soci­a­list Boy Scouts

Chan­ge Doesn’t Hap­pen Wit­hout Dis­rup­tion: An Inter­view with Masa­da Disen­hou­se

Note to Joe: Try The­se Two Easy Tri­cks to Pro­mo­te Fre­edom in Cuba

Who Aut­ho­rized America’s Wars? And Why They Never End

The Bureau of Labor Sta­ti­sti­cs Coun­ted Only Eight Stri­kes in 2020, Pay­day Report Coun­ted 1,200

Pro­testing the War in Afg­ha­ni­stan: We Final­ly Gave Up

Rec­k­o­ning and Repa­ra­tions in Afg­ha­ni­stan

Gaza’s Fami­lies Suf­fe­ring Ano­t­her Sum­mer of Need­less Suf­fe­ring

Australia’s Her­mit Nation Stra­te­gy Unra­vels

Defend the Cuba Revo­lu­tion and Strug­g­le for More Soci­a­lism, Not Less!

Inter­ven­tion in Hai­ti?

The Left’s Curious Silen­ce About the Medi­ca­re For All Demon­stra­tions

Engag­ing With Extre­mism

Bor­ges’ Singu­lar Sen­se of Humor

Evo Mora­les Deno­un­ces a new US-led Plan Con­dor

Ber­nie San­ders Has Bon­ded with Presi­dent Biden. Is That a Good Thing?

The GOP’s Tru­ly Mor­bid Election Stra­te­gy

Tea­ching Ame­ri­can Un-Excep­tio­na­lism: Draft Law for a Man­da­ted Civi­cs Cur­ri­culum

Spæn­den­de som­mer­lejr – Kom med!

Don’t Go Small on Infra­struc­tu­re

If We Can Bail Out Wall Stre­et, We Can Invest in Our Chil­dren

Hvad er pri­sen på foru­re­ning, tør­ke og over­svøm­mel­ser

Oprah and Chom­sky: Is The­re Room for Both on the Ame­ri­can Left?

Our Minds Untet­he­red

Full Blown Tech­no­cra­tic Tool­dom Ahe­ad Under a Thor­oug­hly Nasty Neoli­be­ral Onto­lo­gy.  Alas

“How Many More Have to Die?” Pro­testers March Against Vac­ci­ne Apart­heid – Campaig­ners are tar­ge­ting Ger­man Chan­cell­or Angela Merkel—and the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pa­nies she is pro­tecting.

The For the Peop­le Act Isn’t Dead – Don’t belie­ve the pundits—there’s a growing gras­s­roots move­ment to save Ame­ri­can demo­cra­cy and pass swe­epi­ng voting rights reform.

Howard Zinn – The Myth of Ame­ri­can Excep­tio­na­lism

The 7/7 Bom­bings Chan­ged UK Ter­ror Poli­cy Fore­ver

Striking Fri­to Lay Wor­kers Say They Deser­ve More Than Crumbs – Wor­ker Che­ri Ren­fro spe­aks out from Tope­ka, Kansas, whe­re Fri­to Lay wor­kers have been on stri­ke sin­ce July 5.

It’s Time to Natio­na­lize Super­mar­kets

The Fede­ral Wri­ters’ Pro­ject Fue­led the Cul­tu­ral Fer­ment of the New Deal Era

Cha­sing After Big Tech Will End in Disa­ster for Alber­ta

Labour’s ‘Buy Bri­tish’ Poli­cy Could Be the Start of a Bold, New Eco­no­mic Appro­ach

Let­ter From the Year 2071 – A vision of whe­re the Bla­ck fre­edom move­ment could take us.

What Radi­cal Bla­ck Women Can Teach Us All About Move­ment-Buil­ding – Three histo­ri­ans lift up Bla­ck women jour­na­lists, orga­nizers and acti­vists who were cri­ti­cal to Bla­ck fre­edom move­ments but often era­sed from history.

No, Min­ne­a­po­lis Did Not Defund the Poli­ce. But We’re Not Done Trying. – We under­stand that abo­li­tion is the long game. We’re in it for as long as it takes.

The Uto­pic, Love-Cen­te­red, “Libe­ra­tion Oasis” on Chicago’s South Side – Damon Wil­li­ams, a co-foun­der of the #LetUs­Bre­at­he Col­lecti­ve, tal­ks radi­cal spa­ce-buil­ding.

Cul­tu­ral Orga­nizing Gives Us a Road­map to Libe­ra­tion – Co-directors of Spi­rit­Hou­se, a Bla­ck women-led tri­be in Dur­ham, discuss the “life-saving” ritu­als and pra­cti­ces of fre­edom that gro­und their work towards libe­ra­tion.

The Mee­ting in 1998 That Kept Bla­ck Radi­ca­lism Ali­ve – Two deca­des ago, the Bla­ck Radi­cal Con­gress con­ve­ned to reclaim revo­lu­tion and deno­un­ce refor­mism.

Intro­ducing the Move­ment for Bla­ck Lives Issue Take­over – Les­sons on buil­ding col­lecti­ve power.

Voter Sup­pres­sion Is Whi­te Supre­ma­cy. It Must Be Stop­ped. – In recent years, down-bal­lot wins across the coun­try have lega­lized mari­ju­a­na, over­tur­ned Jim Crow-era election law, and hiked mini­mum wages. The GOP’s campaign to sup­press the Bla­ck vote thre­a­tens wins like the­se.

The Futu­re of the Move­ment for Bla­ck Lives – Urban rebel­li­ons blos­so­med into mass mobi­liza­tion upon Geor­ge Floyd’s death. Now what?

Figh­ting fos­sil fascism for an eco-com­mu­nist futu­re

Est­her Beja­ra­no (1924–2021)

Dying to be regu­la­rized: migrants on hunger stri­ke

Deeply Roo­ted -

A New Texas Law Puts a Boun­ty on Abor­tion Care Provi­ders’ Heads

Towards a Gene­ral Stri­ke

The Les­son of Afg­ha­ni­stan is the Les­son of Viet­nam We For­got

How Nations Turn Evil

After 20 Years and $2.26 Tril­li­on, the US has Lost Its Lon­gest War in Afg­ha­ni­stan

Right-Wing Twi­sting of Cri­ti­cal Race The­ory

What’s a Left Wing to Do?

U.S.-China Near-War Sta­tus Report

The Myth That Meat is Essen­ti­al for Human Health Could Harm Us All

Sports Teams: the Ever­la­sting Tax Shel­ter for Bil­li­o­nai­res

The­re Is No Sil­ver Lining to South Africa’s Zuma Insur­rection

You Can’t Drink Oil: Wasting Fres­hwa­ter for Fra­ck­ing and Dril­ling in Cali­for­nia

Migran­t­ar­bej­de­re svind­les af EUs stor­bøn­der

What Ame­ri­cans for Pros­pe­ri­ty Foun­da­tion v. Bon­ta Means for Charities…and Our Demo­cra­cy

A System That Makes Hou­sing a Com­mo­di­ty Can’t Ser­ve Human Needs

A Losing Game: Let­ting Cor­pora­te Pol­lu­ters Off the Hook

Fre­edom-Loving as Deni­al Of Truth and Fre­edom

How the Poten­cy of Soci­al Wages Can Beat Back Neoli­be­ra­lism – At the core of Presi­dent Biden’s Ame­ri­can Fami­lies Plan is an under­stan­ding that wor­kers are paid too litt­le in mar­ket wages and that gover­n­ment has a respon­si­bi­li­ty to chan­ge that.

Andrew Cuo­mo Is Just Ano­t­her Boss For John Samu­el­sen to Fight – The Trans­port Wor­kers Uni­on presi­dent discus­ses tur­ning against New York Gov. Andrew Cuo­mo, wre­st­ling the gig eco­no­my and why he hates the Twit­ter­sp­he­re.

Big Tech Firms Can’t Be Tru­sted to Deci­de Children’s Futu­res

Eng­land Play­ers Take on Tori­es’ Cyni­cal ‘Cul­tu­re War’

England’s Foot­bal­lers Are Chan­ging the Con­ver­sa­tion. It’s Time the Left Caught Up

The Bil­li­o­nai­re Spa­ce Race Is the Ulti­ma­te Sym­bol of Capi­ta­list Deca­den­ce

Colombia’s Futu­re Is Up in the Air

Hai­ti­ans, not Ame­ri­cans, Should Deci­de Haiti’s Futu­re

Spa­dework: Mul­ti­di­rectio­nal Kung Fu Class Strug­g­le

We Need a Left Stra­te­gy for Con­fron­ting the Anti-Abor­tion Move­ment

Bom­bast in the Bla­ck Sea: the Latest Bri­tish Pro­vo­ca­tion

Boris John­son Goes Full-On Bol­so­na­ro

Washington’s Wea­po­niza­tion of Pro­tests in Cuba Takes Its Regi­me Chan­ge Efforts to New Heights of Hypo­cri­sy

Inter­net Cen­sors­hip: The Real Monopo­ly Thre­at

On “Gain of Fun­ction” Research, COVID-19 and the Shortco­m­ings of the Bio­lo­gi­cal Wea­pons Con­ven­tion: an Inter­view with Laurie Gar­rett

“My Name is Cal­led Dis­tur­ban­ce:” the Stu­dent Move­ment to Get Stan­ford Out of the Viet­nam War

America’s Afg­han War Is Over, So What About Iraq – and Iran?

A Cli­ma­te View From Cali­for­nia

Fag­got Revo­lu­tion

The ‘Zuma Riots’ and the Deca­den­ce of Capi­ta­lism

Con­fli­ct or Coo­pe­ra­tion in U.S.-China Rela­tions?

Kne­e­ling against Racism: Soli­da­ri­ty in EURO 2020 Should Not be ‘Con­tro­ver­si­al’ 

Bulgaria’s “Anti-Par­ty” Wants Even More Power for Cor­pora­te Lob­byists

The NYT Goes Loo­ney Tunes on the Fed

Death by Design: How the Natio­nal Park Ser­vi­ce Expe­ri­ments on Tule Elk

For demo­kra­ti­ske ret­tig­he­der, selv­be­stem­mel­se og en demo­kra­tisk over­gangs­re­ge­ring i Hai­ti.

The Other Regio­nal Coun­ter-Revo­lu­tion: Iran’s Role in the Shif­ting Poli­ti­cal Landsca­pe of the Mid­dle East

Et lære­styk­ke i kamp – Fra 59 dages strej­ke­kamp i OK-kon­flik­ten 2008

To Cele­bra­te Bastil­le Day, $7.89 Subscrip­tions

Court­ney Bar­nett – Rae Stre­et

Right-wing atta­cks on the wor­king class in Gre­e­ce – back to the 19th cen­tury

We Have a Jobs Cri­sis and an Environ­men­tal Cri­sis. The Answer to Both Is a Civi­li­an Cli­ma­te Cor­ps. – From Ber­nie San­ders and AOC to the Sun­ri­se Move­ment, pro­g­res­si­ves are wor­king to establish an upda­ted ver­sion of a New Deal pro­gram to meet the chal­len­ges of eco­no­mic and cli­ma­te uphea­val. Its time has come.

The Uni­ted Sta­tes Tri­es to Take Advan­ta­ge of the Pri­ce Cubans are Paying for the Blo­ck­a­de and the Pan­de­mic

Job­cen­tre Staff Were Taught to Infli­ct ‘Psy­cho­lo­gi­cal Harm’ on the Unem­ploy­ed

The Uno­pen Ran­ge: How Fen­ces Hurt Wild Ani­mals – In the Western Uni­ted Sta­tes alo­ne, 620,000 miles of fen­ce car­ve up the land. The­se bar­ri­ers thre­a­ten the migra­tions of prong­horn, mule deer and other spe­cies.

Out­law Ned Kel­ly Left Behind a Mani­fe­sto for the Ages

The Pan­de­mic Will Con­ti­nue Until We Bre­ak Pharma’s Monopo­ly and End Vac­ci­ne Apart­heid

Landl­ords Are Going to Take Away All Your Wage Gains – This is what hap­pens when you tre­at hou­sing as just ano­t­her mar­ket.

Regi­me Chan­ge Advo­ca­tes Don’t Care About Cubans

Sve­ri­ge – hvad er bag­grun­den for den par­la­men­ta­ri­ske kri­se?

The Sto­ri­es of Trans­gen­der Bri­tain

​Mili­ta­rism and the poli­ce: how our stre­ets beca­me batt­le­fi­elds

Lea­ve the Bil­li­o­nai­res in Spa­ce

How Afri­can Ame­ri­cans Fought for Fre­edom in the Ante­bel­lum North

The Assas­si­na­tion of Jove­nel Moise: What Next for Hai­ti?

Biden Boo­sted a Pipe­li­ne; Now His Aide Sus­an Rice Could Get Richer

The Fore­ver War in Afg­ha­ni­stan is Far From Over

Cas­san­dra and Her Com­plex: NATO’s New Lite­rary Pro­ject

Imag­i­ne a Nation Like This

Com­ing to Grips With Inf­la­tion Fears

The Dan­ger NATO Poses to Ame­ri­cans

Syd­ney Mock­down: The Del­ta Vari­ant Stri­kes

Taking a Wrong Turn on Immi­gra­tion Deten­tion

11 Charts on Taxing the Wealt­hy and Cor­pora­tions

Refu­ge­es and the UK: Welco­me to Bligh­ty, Now Piss Off

Pea­ce on the Kore­an Penin­su­la Needs to Be a Pri­o­ri­ty

Breach of Faith on the Brid­ger-Teton: Forest Ser­vi­ce Expands Gra­zing on Aban­do­ned Allo­t­ments in the Upper Gre­en River

Kli­ma­for­an­drin­ger – hvor alvor­ligt er det, hvil­ke krav der kan stil­les, hvad kan der gøres

Ira­ni­ans, Elections, San­ctions: Oppres­sed by the Isla­mic Repu­blic and Star­ved by the Inter­na­tio­nal Regi­me

The US Must End Its Brutal San­ctions Against Cuba, Not Inter­ve­ne The­re

It’s the US Government’s Immi­gra­tion Poli­cy That’s Ille­gal

Mike Gold, the Wri­ter Who Belie­ved Wor­kers Could Spe­ak for Them­sel­ves

The Lau­ra Flan­ders Show: Spar­king the Disa­bi­li­ty Revo­lu­tion

Eco­no­mic Upda­te: Inf­la­tion & Labor Shor­ta­ge

Heart­bre­ak for Her­o­es

The EFF Can­not Deli­ver Radi­cal Chan­ge in South Afri­ca

Hånd­lan­ge­ren, der ikke måt­te være med

Sweden’s Col­lecti­ve Bar­gai­ning for Rents Must Be Defen­ded

Ama­zon and Jeff Bezos’s Worst Ene­my Is Chris Smalls

Who Made the Sixties? The Peop­le or the Celebs?

Don’t Laugh Off Trump’s Lawsu­its Against Big Tech; the Supre­me Court Door is Prop­ped Open for Him

A Wor­ld of Total Illu­sion and Fan­ta­sy: Noam Chom­sky on the Futu­re of the Pla­net

Hands Off Hai­ti!

Chal­len­ge Government’s Auto­cra­tic Incom­mu­ni­ca­dos

Pro­tecting Eden: Por­no­grap­hy and Age Veri­fi­ca­tion Down Under

Soci­a­lism Has a History — and a Futu­re — in New York City

Why Ame­ri­ca Can’t Have “Nice Thin­gs”

In Gos­sip Girl’s Reboot, Wealt­hy Teens Grap­ple With Their Pri­vil­e­ge. Is That Enough?

Inven­ted Inf­la­tion: A Big Part of the Real Inf­la­tion of the 1970s

Con­ser­va­tion Groups Con­ti­nue To Fight Bull Trout “Extin­ction” Plan

An Open Let­ter to Inte­r­i­or Secre­tary Haa­land: Cli­ven Bundy’s Chro­nic Tres­pass Gra­zing Must End and How to Do It

SOSUhjæl­per: Det er vores alle sam­mens kamp

They Cal­led Him Star Child

How Tea­chers Won the Right to Get Preg­nant

COVID-19 Acce­le­ra­ted the Cor­pora­te Take­over of the Eco­no­my

Karl Marx Loved Fre­edom

Still no solu­tion for undo­cu­men­ted migrants on hunger stri­ke in Brus­sels

The Post-Cor­byn Labour Par­ty Is Imi­tat­ing the Demo­cra­tic Party’s Cen­trist Rhe­to­ric

Hold Up The Mir­ror Of Human Traf­fi­ck­ing And What Do You See?

Give Us a Three-Day Wee­kend at the Beach, Eve­ry Week

The Assault on Cri­ti­cal Race The­ory

Wan­na­be-Bond Vil­lain Bil­li­o­nai­res Are Laun­ching Us Into a New Era of Cos­mic Colo­ni­a­lism

Bend It Like Megan: Will Wor­ld Cup Win­ners Also Beco­me Equality’s Champs in LFG?

Kom­mu­ni­stisk Poli­tik Digi­tal 14 – 2021 – Nyhe­der hvor der kæm­pes

Tids­do­ku. Den fran­ske revo­lu­tion – par­la­men­ta­ris­me ver­sus direk­te demo­kra­ti

Palesti­ni­an libe­ra­tion and the MENA revo­lu­tions

The Syd­ney “Gre­en Bans” Show How We Can Trans­form Our Cities

Til demon­stra­tion for lige­løn

Ti år etter 22. juli – Opp­gjø­ret som aldri er tatt

In Mexi­co, AMLO Has a Renewed Man­da­te for Radi­cal Chan­ge

Justin Trudeau’s Gover­n­ment Acti­ve­ly Aids Isra­e­li Occu­pa­tion

The Juli­an Assan­ge Media Bla­ck­out Must End

Emma­nu­el Macron Is Cra­ck­ing Down on Environ­men­tal Acti­vists

The Wor­kers’ Wim­b­ledon

Arbej­der­klas­sens revo­lu­tion og mod­sæt­nin­ger mel­lem impe­ri­a­list­mag­ter­ne

Med halen mel­lom bei­na ut av Afg­ha­ni­stan

Uni­ver­sal Cre­dit Is a Symp­tom of Britain’s Bro­ken Jobs Mar­ket

Met Poli­ce Offi­cer Way­ne Couzens Ple­ads Guilty to Mur­de­ring Sarah Eve­rard

The Disin­ge­nuous Defen­se of For-Pro­fit Health Care Hasn’t Chan­ged in Deca­des

Why Bra­zi­li­an Wor­kers Love Lula

What June­te­enth means in the batt­le for equa­li­ty

Choo­sing Your Own Health Care Plan Has Not­hing to Do With Fre­edom

Striking Ala­ba­ma Miners Are Done Playing Nice – Hund­reds of UMWA miners remain on the pick­et line at the War­ri­or Met Coal mine.

Peru’s Pedro Castil­lo Can Bre­ak With Neoli­be­ra­lism for Good