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By Bruce A. Dixon / 09 August 2017
The Green Party held its annual national meeting in Newark last weekend. Amid the workshops, smaller meetings and committeefying, Greens use this meeting to elect people to their 9 member steering committee, the body that conducts the week to week management of the organization. Steering committee members are chosen by and from the 150 member national committee, which is named by state parties... Read more
By Ellen Brown / 08 August 2017
Illinois is insolvent, unable to pay its bills. According to Moody’s, the state has $15 billion in unpaid bills and $251 billion in unfunded liabilities. Of these, $119 billion are tied to shortfalls in the state’s pension program. On July 6, 2017, for the first time in two years, the state finally passed a budget, after lawmakers overrode the governor’s veto on raising taxes. But they used... Read more
By Vincent Emanuele / 07 August 2017
Argues the need for collectivity to overcome the individualism in which most people are consumed
By Bob Wing and Stephen C. McClure / 07 August 2017
Argues that the South is central to any national struggle for social justice, and that we on the left (however defined) must fight for control of it.
By Cynthia Giles / 06 August 2017
The Trump budget proposal for the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t just slash funding for the EPA. It contains a less-noticed but important policy shift: eliminating federal enforcement where states and the EPA share enforcement authority. The budget plan directs the EPA to stop enforcing laws to protect clean air and water in most cases, based on the false assumption that if the EPA pulls... Read more
By Kim Scipes / 03 August 2017
This article argues that the AFL-CIO leadership has betrayed the interests of working people in the US, and our only hope it to democratize our unions and focus on making lives of working people better instead of their supporting the US Empire.  Argues that we need to transform our unions from business unions to social justice unions.
By Brent L. Smith / 03 August 2017
Brent Smith explores the subversive essence of rock music and the establishment's attempts to domesticate and commodify it.

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