Thanks, Bernie!

The Bernie candidacy inspired the growth of the Democratic Socialists of America with some 56,000 members. They were a boots on the ground army for Bernie, knocking on over one half million doors and making untold phone calls. Over the past several years, DSA has adopted a firm commitment to a rank and file strategy of building a working class movement from below. The group is a big tent, open to all radical points of view operating within a democratic framework.

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15th April 2020 // 0 Comments

Green New Deals must push the boundaries

Green New Deals (GNDs), of various kinds, are increasingly a feature of the global climate and ecological struggle, writes Alan Thornett . They are not new but today they have greater significance.

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20th September 2019 // 0 Comments

On Trump and Netanyahu and mutual interests

Trump has not been reticent to support the wishes of the Israeli government; both the move of the embassy to Jerusalem and his recognition of Israel’s control over the Golan Heights come to mind. Within hours the Israeli government said that Tlaib and Omar were not welcome in Israel.

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22nd August 2019 // 0 Comments

Ermine robes and baseball caps

The closest thing to a Hitler rally most people alive today will have seen was Donald Trump’s audience in Greenville chanting “send her back” writes Andy Stowe.

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18th July 2019 // 0 Comments

The Brexit Party – Trump’s British wing

When you arrive at the Brexit Party’s homepage the first image that greets you is a young black woman. It’s their way of letting you know that you can be confident there’s nothing racist about them.

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5th June 2019 // 2 Comments

Trump’s “Withdrawal” — What Next?

Militarist hawks and liberal pundits alike are up in arms (figuratively speaking, of course) over Donald Trump’s “victory” proclamation and announcement of U.S. [...]

28th December 2018 // 0 Comments

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