Thursday August 5, 2021
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BY Regina Joseph | United States | 1/06/21
If you are like me, you have probably checked your bank account dozens of times throughout the day waiting for the recent round of $600 stimulus checks.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization - Wisconsin District | Milwaukee, WI | 1/07/20
The Freedom Road Socialist Organization was named in an article published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on January 7 after a candidate for Milwaukee County Executive was pictured at an anti-war protest near a FRSO banner.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization - Wisconsin District | Milwaukee, WI | 1/07/20
The Freedom Road Socialist Organization was named in an article published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on January 7 after a candidate for Milwaukee County Executive was pictured at an anti-war protest near a FRSO banner.
BY Sean Orr | Bolivia | 11/10/19
Today, a military coup took place in Bolivia. The first act began on October 20 - the day that Evo Morales was re-elected president by a ten-point margin against his nearest opponent, starting with violent protests in the country's urban middle-class neighborhoods.
BY Jim Byrne | Nicaragua | 6/10/18
In November of 2016, president of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega was elected for a third term with 72% approval. Despite what the U.S. government says about Nicaraguan elections, the Carter Center’s election observer teams routinely praise Nicaragua’s fair and free elections.
BY Nathaniel Wallace | Jersey City, NJ | 3/25/18
The U.S. opioid epidemic is yet another chapter in the shameful history of U.S. public health policy failing working-class Americans.
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BY Dave Schneider | United States | 1/06/18
You would think the most progressive land reform in the history of Africa would be something to celebrate.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 2/07/17
On Jan. 23, President Donald Trump signed an executive action withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.
BY Jose Maria Sison | Haiti | 1/26/10
More than ever, the earthquake disaster in Haiti exposes the social vulnerability and devastation caused by two centuries of colonial slavery, debt bondage and modern imperialism.
BY Naomi Nakamura | United States | 10/12/09
When I heard that the Nobel Peace Prize had been awarded to President Barack Obama, I was shocked.
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