Saturday, November 10, 2018
The activist left was anemic under Bush, but flourished under Obama. BY GRAHAM VYSE January 5, 2017 Donald Trump’s presidency won’t begin for two weeks, but activism against his presidency is well underway. On Tuesday, House Republicans dropped their plan to gut...
Emerging markets are leapfrogging the developed world thanks to cheap panels. A transformation is happening in global energy markets that’s worth noting as 2016 comes to an end: Solar power, for the first time, is becoming the cheapest form of new...
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Counterhegemony

Getting out of this Mess by Building support for Economic and Social Justice The election was terrible and means huge setback in the things we who support social and economic justice care about. For the climate it may mean the difference...
The US is now more politically divided than at anytime since the civil war. And yet, as of next month, America will be much like a one-party state. With a new US supreme court justice, the party will effectively...
When the Japanese warlord Toyotomi Hideyoshi invaded Korea in 1592, King Seonjo of Joseon fled to north. He abandoned the people of capital city to the marauding Japanese troops. The majority of aristocrats also fled with the king. In...
DisruptJ20: Call for a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017 On Friday, January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as President of the United States. We call on all people of good conscience to...
As a longtime organizer within racial justice movements, I have been voraciously reading and searching for answers in this political moment. What I know to be true is that our conditions have changed. And they've changed to a degree...
“Democrats: Are we the party of the donor class or the working class? This is value clarification time. It’s now or never!” –Nina Turner, former OH State Senator Democrats, liberals and progressives of every stripe – you’re not going to want...
For the sixth straight weekend, hundreds of thousands of Koreans came out in Seoul (and with other Korean cities estimates approaching 2 million people on the streets) to demand the resignation of President Park Geun-hye. This Saturday December 3, the protests...
Cannon Ball, North Dakota (Oceti Sakowin or Council of the Seven Fires Camp) – Today, the people won a major victory in the fight to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). The US Army Corps of Engineers sided with the...

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