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War is what the United States does to others
“Free trade” agreements have very little to do with trade and much to do with imposing corporate wish lists
I come and stand at every door But none shall hear my silent tread I knock and yet remain unseen” -Nazim…
There are some common threads a commitment to change; to empowering people; to building leadership-and sharing it; to trying new models; and to looking at problems systematically, as inter-connected, and with a global perspective
Instead of silence, neutrality, or indecision from the international left in the current conflict in Venezuela, what is needed is active solidarity with the Bolivarian socialist movement
Imagine if the media only reported the good news that governments and corporations wanted you to see, hear and read about. Unfortunately,…
War profiteers and self-marketing politicians have no interest in helping U.S. people understand that war itself is a tyrant
On an even playing field, the brutality of the programs put forth by the Koch brothers and their fellow libertarian billionaires wouldn’t pass the laugh test
The Fourth Of July Like You’ve Never Seen It Before
Perhaps it is time for a broader discussion about election meddling
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