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It is nearly one year since the inauguration of the odious Trump. From the outset, it was very clear that this would be a horribly reactionary administration packed full of billionaires launching attacks on immigrants,...

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El pasado verano el Caribe y la región del Golfo fueron devastados por un número récord de huracanes, arrasando con las infraestructuras y destrozando la vida de miles de personas. Los incendios se han extendido...

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As we go to press, the Republicans’ tax bill giveaway to the super rich, which will act to massively increase inequality, is set to pass Congress. In a disgraceful ploy to minimize public discourse, the...

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On December 14, 2017 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to give internet providers, such as Comcast and Verizon, the power to give preferential treatment to web content producers of their choosing. Under the current...

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To hear Donald Trump and the GOP leadership talk, you would think the biggest corporations in the U.S. along with the wealthiest families, are cash strapped and in need of a massive shot in the...

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Don’t Use Harvey as Excuse for Kicking Residents Out of Homes Socialist Alternative helped publish this opinion-editorial piece in The Houston Chronicle, the third largest newspaper in the country. As the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey...

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Monday, November 20, marked a new attack on the working people of Greater Boston. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), the government agency responsible for public transportation in Massachusetts, announced November 20 that they are...

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The results of November’s elections point in the direction of a shift toward the Democrats ahead of the coming 2018 midterms. The Republicans have been put in an even deeper squeeze. On the one hand...

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The U.S. Supreme Court has chosen to consider a lawsuit known as “Janus V. AFSCME.” Through hearing this case, and most likely ruling in favor of it, the Supreme Court will use its power to...

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This summer the Gulf region and the Carribbean were pummeled by a record-breaking series of hurricanes knocking out infrastructure and devastating the lives of thousands. Wildfires have ripped through the western United States, incinerating homes...

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