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Remembering Bud Schulte

Join us to honor Bud’s life! Saturday May 21, 3-6pm at Mayday Books in Minneapolis and on Zoom.

Alice Walker and the Price of Conscience

by CHRIS HEDGES
Alice Walker was disinvited to the Bay Area Book Festival after Zionist groups threatened to carry out protests. The public and presenters are complicit in her blacklisting if they attend.

Musk, Twitter, Google: Censorship and the National Security State

By BARRY SHEPPARD
The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, is buying the social media company Twitter for $44 billion. If he was in Russia, Western propaganda would call him an “oligarch” but since he in in the United States he is referred to as a very successful businessman, a euphemism for a capitalist who owns about $265 billion total wealth.

Women’s Rage: My Body, My Choice

By ANN MONTAGUE and LISA LEONARD
The leaked draft opinion by a majority of Supreme Court Justices supporting overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision has fueled the anger of women across the country. Furious women immediately surged the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court to denounce the court’s intention to overturn half a century of legal abortion rights. 

Abortion Is A Right! Organize For Reproductive Justice!

By CINCINNATI SOCIALIST WORKERS ORGANIZATION
The legalistic-liberal strategy excludes the masses from participation and abandons the mass action tactics that led to Roe in the first place. Even though it came through the courts, abortion was not legalized because someone came up with a clever argument but because masses of people mobilized and took to the streets to demand it.

Musk, Twitter, Google: Censorship and the National Security State

By BARRY SHEPPARD
The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, is buying the social media company Twitter for $44 billion. If he was in Russia, Western propaganda would call him an “oligarch” but since he in in the United States he is referred to as a very successful businessman, a euphemism for a capitalist who owns about $265 billion total wealth.

Remembering Bud Schulte

Join us to honor Bud’s life! Saturday May 21, 3-6pm at Mayday Books in Minneapolis and on Zoom.

Women’s Rage: My Body, My Choice

By ANN MONTAGUE and LISA LEONARD
The leaked draft opinion by a majority of Supreme Court Justices supporting overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision has fueled the anger of women across the country. Furious women immediately surged the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court to denounce the court’s intention to overturn half a century of legal abortion rights. 

Abortion Is A Right! Organize For Reproductive Justice!

By CINCINNATI SOCIALIST WORKERS ORGANIZATION
The legalistic-liberal strategy excludes the masses from participation and abandons the mass action tactics that led to Roe in the first place. Even though it came through the courts, abortion was not legalized because someone came up with a clever argument but because masses of people mobilized and took to the streets to demand it.

Alice Walker and the Price of Conscience

by CHRIS HEDGES
Alice Walker was disinvited to the Bay Area Book Festival after Zionist groups threatened to carry out protests. The public and presenters are complicit in her blacklisting if they attend.

The Next Wave: Capitalism’s Covid Crisis

By MARC ROME
In a world in which the true global Covid-19 death toll is 18.2 million, capitalism today bears a striking resemblance to how it appeared upon its arrival over 300 years ago: “Dripping from every pore,” to borrow from the Communist Manifesto, “with blood and dirt.”

Where We Stand

By JEFF MACKLER
Serious political analysis on the left always begins with the facts. Substituting abstract theory not based on facts is always a dead end for the socialist movement.

Alice Walker and the Price of Conscience

by CHRIS HEDGES
Alice Walker was disinvited to the Bay Area Book Festival after Zionist groups threatened to carry out protests. The public and presenters are complicit in her blacklisting if they attend.

The Next Wave: Capitalism’s Covid Crisis

By MARC ROME
In a world in which the true global Covid-19 death toll is 18.2 million, capitalism today bears a striking resemblance to how it appeared upon its arrival over 300 years ago: “Dripping from every pore,” to borrow from the Communist Manifesto, “with blood and dirt.”

Where We Stand

By JEFF MACKLER
Serious political analysis on the left always begins with the facts. Substituting abstract theory not based on facts is always a dead end for the socialist movement.

Toronto Anti-Convoy Protest Shows the Way Forward

By DANIEL TIRADE
While the anti-mandate siege in Ottawa continued, Torontonians learned of a similar convoy set for the weekend of February 5, 2021. We anticipated thousands of people would converge in Toronto to spread a eugenicist message — that saving the lives of the most vulnerable from Covid-19 is not worth any concession of individual liberties. But frustrated and over-stressed healthcare workers decided to take a stand.

Racist U.S. & Dominican Rulers Massively Deport Haitians!

By MARTY GOODMAN
Biden has deported 16,200 Haitians since September and 18,100 since he took office. Biden’s campaign promises to “end Trump’s detrimental asylum policies,” restore “the dignity of migrants,” and “uphold their legal right to seek asylum” were lies.

The State of the Abortion Struggle in 2022

By ANN MONTAGUE
While the anti-abortion Democrats work to co-opt abortion rights supporters into their election goals, independent mass action remains the way forward.

Julian Assange Can Now Seek Appeal Against US Extradition to Top UK Court

By MARJORIE COHN
On January 24, 2022, the British High Court of Justice allowed WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange to ask the U.K. Supreme Court to hear his appeal of the extradition order. In December 2021, the High Court had overturned U.K. District Judge Vanessa Baraitser’s January 2021 ruling denying the U.S. request for extradition.

Free Julian Assange!

By JEFF MACKLER
Imprisoned Wikileaks founder, journalist, free speech champion and world-renowned social critic Julian Assange today faces life imprisonment for telling the truth about U.S. war crimes in Iraq, Afghanistan and at the U.S. torture base in Guantanamo, Cuba.

NY Cabbie Hunger Strike Wins Big!

By MARTY GOODMAN
On Nov. 3, hunger striker and taxi worker leader, Bahravi Desai, shouted out to an exuberant crowd of taxi workers and supporters, “We won! We won!” as a deal was struck with the city to reduce loans on the artificially inflated cost of city-issued taxi medallions.

India’s Massive Farmer Struggle Wins Historic Victory

By MARTY GOODMAN
Protesting Indian farmers were called “terrorists,” Sikh faith separatists, Maoists, and agents of Pakistan but their massive year-long mobilizations forced Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his far-right party to cancel its three pro-agribusiness laws first enacted in September 2020.

Omicron, Climate Change and Socialism

By JOE LOMBARDO
Capitalism’s inherent drive for profits is at the root of the vaccine hoarding by rich countries and rampant deforestation that have paved the way for the current crisis.

Teamsters United Takes the Wheel

By ALEXANDRA BRADBURY, Editor of Labor Notes
A new administration will soon take the helm of the 1.3 million-member Teamsters union. The Teamsters United slate swept to victory in this week’s vote count, beating out their rivals 2 to 1.

Greta Thunberg Speaks at Cop26 Glasgow

Editor: 18-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg spoke on Nov. 8 at the rally of 100,000 in Glasgow organized by Fridays for Future, an international

The Greenwash Con at Glasgow’s COP26

By JEFF MACKLER
Hours before President Joseph Biden arrived in Glasgow for the COP26 conference, he demanded that oil-exporting nations dramatically increase their fossil fuel production in order to reduce the price of gasoline in the U.S.

Workers rise up in strike wave

By MALIK MIAH
Thousands of workers are on strike right now in the United States, in what is being dubbed “Striketober”. In some cases, bosses are using “replacements” (scabs) to cross pic

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