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Are Crazed Commies Running American Corporations?

If we agree that economic justice is a defining issue for socialism, then complaining that CEOs and business owners have made an abrupt left-turn is patently ludicrous.
Carl Rhodes ·

In the United States, Democratic Socialism Can Win

The DSA's legislative proposals—rent control, free college and reproductive rights—are classic socialist issues, updated for the 21st century.

Joshua Kluever ·

End of an Era as Raúl Castro Steps Down as Cuba's Leader

The longtime first secretary's resignation means Cuba will be led by someone whose name is not Castro for the first time in over 60 years. 

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·

Celebrating Women Leaders of the Religious Socialism Movement

The movement to connect the socialist cause with religious beliefs in the human right to shelter, healthcare, and necessities owes a great debt to many women.

Fran Quigley ·

From Covid To Mass Power Outages, the Texas Republican Party Has Created a Failed State

The Republican Party does not believe in government. They believe in coddling the very rich.

Juan Cole ·

The Guardian Reveals Its True Face by Sacking Progressive Columnist Nathan Robinson for Criticizing US Military Aid To Israel

We need to understand that old corporate media like the Guardian are not an ally to the left, they are the enemy.

Jonathan Cook ·

Restoring the Soul of America

It’s time for Democrats to matter: to become a party that stands for something again, to be more than simply safe, bipartisan Republicans-lite, whose MO is to offer voters the lesser evil candidate on Election Day.

Robert C. Koehler ·

Christians as Dangerous Good Samaritans

Honest Christians must unapologetically assert that Jesus’s message is totally at odds with society's dominant culture. 

Gary Olson ·

Trump Will Be Evicted, but Trumpism Lives On

The Democratic Party’s future must be built around class-based issues in order to reach working people.

Roger Bybee ·

'Historic Day': Jubilation as Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia One Year After Military Coup

Twelve months after being driven into exile by right-wing forces, socialist former president Evo Morales was "received by the very social movements who defeated the coup and restored democracy."

Kenny Stancil, staff writer ·