Tag Archives: Working Class
“They have destroyed our capitalist democracy and replaced it with a mafia state.”
A fixed election system, mainstream corporate media, and more.
“When a society falls into the death grip of an oligarchic class, the result is always catastrophic.”
Throughout its history, the Espionage Act has been used as a weapon to attack free speech and dissent.
“Fascism clearly will display different features in each country, owing from the given historical circumstances,” she wrote. “But it consists everywhere of an amalgam of brutal, terrorist violence together with deceptive revolutionary phraseology, linking up demagogically with the needs and moods of broad masses of producers.”nd destroyed by fascists.
To Hell With Lazarus: The Canonizing of American Oligarchy, The Demonization of the Poor by Edward G. Rhymes
The various ways in which the wealthy and powerful corporations are allowed to skirt shouldering more of the responsibility when it comes to alleviating the financial suffering of our nation is disturbing.
Typical of Brooks’ columns, he makes loaded, self-serving assertions without bothering to cite any basis for them.
Giroux discusses torture, militarisation, surveillance, racism, education and austerity … and draws the links to the military-industrial-academic complex.
Let the movement against the Dakota Access pipeline be a useful lesson to the the incapacitated US anti-war movement.
The tools of state repression that will end up in the hands of a Trump administration were built by both Republicans and Democrats
Since the early 1980s, polls in the US have shown that most people believe that the government is run by a few big interests looking out for themselves… I do not know of earlier polls, or polls in other countries, but it would not be surprising if the results are similar. The important question is: are people motivated to do something about it?
The end of capitalism? Marx’s analysis and the current economy.
Video> America’s Longest War: New Study Examines Demographics of U.S. Casualties in Afghanistan> Democracy Now!
America’s Longest War: New Study Examines Demographics of U.S. Casualties in Afghanistan Democracy Now! October 10, 2011 Nearly 1,800 U.S. military members have been killed in Afghanistan since the war began there 10 years ago — the longest war in U.S. history. A new report examines these deaths, based on information drawn from obituaries and […]