• OneSeattle_Big_Business_Astroturf_Logo
    10 2014 April

    OneSeattle: Big Business in Disguise

    Re-posted from 15now.org 15 Now fights for a minimum wage of $15/hour plus full tips which belong to the workers – OneSeattle wants a tip deduction to reduce any minimum wage increase. The people of Seattle are on the...

  • Spain22M
    08 2014 April

    A Million March for Dignity in Spain

    22M: A before and after moment for the class struggle Angel Morano, Socialismo Revolucionario (Committee for a Workers’ International – in Spain) “De Norte a Sur, de Este a Oeste, la lucha sigue, cueste lo...

  • Starbucks-action
    03 2014 April

    Take action for 15 bucks at Starbucks!

    Reposted from 15now.org
    Howard Schultz, the CEO of Starbucks makes $9,637 an hour while his workers average less than $9 an hour! Join 15 Now for actions outside a Starbucks near you!...

  • Kshama-15-debate
    27 2014 March

    Winning $15 in Seattle – A Socialist Strategy

    The last month has seen growing tensions and a deepening polarization in the fight for $15 in Seattle. Alarmed at the poll of likely voters released in February showing 68% support for a $15/hr minimum...

  • CrimeaAgreement
    18 2014 March

    Crimea Breaks Away to Join Russia

    Tensions between powers worsen Crimea’s 16 March referendum saw an overwhelming majority vote in favour of joining Russia. According to the claimed official result, 96.77% voted ‘for’ integration and turnout was 83.1%. Tens of thousands...

US Politics

No one publicly espouses plutocracy, but some people surreptitiously behave as if they do. Unfortunately “some people” happen to be five men on the U.S. Supreme Court....

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World Events

Reflection of the government’s intrinsic weakness Jose David Gregorio, Socialismo Revolucionario (CWI in Portugal) For some time now, the Portuguese “security forces” have been agitated. The austerity policy imposed by the troika and the neoliberal...

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Socialist Alternative in Action

The last month has seen growing tensions and a deepening polarization in the fight for $15 in Seattle. Alarmed at the poll of likely voters released in February showing 68% support for a $15/hr minimum...

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Environment

Oppose the pro-big business EU/ US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership! Paul Murphy, Socialist Party MEP and Tanja Niemeier In the context of the escalating political standoff over Ukraine between the US and the EU...

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This is the introduction to an upcoming pamphlet Fight Environmental and Economic Destruction – A Socialist Strategy to be published soon by Socialist Alternative. By Jess Spear History can be viewed from two sides: it...

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Healthcare

As details of the insurance plans offered under Obama’s new Affordable Care Act became accessible,  many working and poor people have had to realize that this is not the answer to their health insecurities they...

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A smooth rollout of the federal on-line health exchange, a key element of Obama’s signature legislative victory, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), had the potential to be a much needed triumph for the President. Instead,...

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Worker's Movement

Tipped work is one of the lowest-paid jobs, and women make up 66% of all tipped workers. Proposed “tip credits” allow employers to count tips toward the minimum wage, which results in wage theft....

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Re-posted from 15now.org 15 Now fights for a minimum wage of $15/hour plus full tips which belong to the workers – OneSeattle wants a tip deduction to reduce any minimum wage increase. The people of Seattle are on the...

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History

Commemorations in context of new crisis By Gabriela Sanchez (CWI Venezuela). The commemorations on 5 March to mark one year since the death of Chavez take place in the midst of a critical conjuncture in...

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‘Lenin’ by Lars T Lih In an attempt to answer the description of Lenin by capitalist historians as a brutal dictator, some on the left turn to Lars T Lih. He has tried to reinvent...

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