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Drunk by their success in the midterm elections, Republicans aim to block Obama´s important, but overly cautious, steps toward stopping five million more deportations. Intoxicated by winning the Senate, the GOP dreams again of blocking...

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The Coming Wave of Struggle

December 5, 2014

After Right Wing Gains, Working People Search For Way Forward The coming year could very well see increased struggle, on par with the explosive movements of 2011 around Wisconsin and Occupy. In 2015, the movements...

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$8.7 billion tax break fails to stop Boeing from moving jobs out of state “These jobs have to stay here,” says Jess Spear, “the workers are here. They built the company and they are the...

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Dear supporters, Every one of you should be proud of what we accomplished in our primary election campaign.  In the first count of votes on election night we had won 19% against the most powerful...

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In his State of the Union address, Obama spoke to two audiences. While at times striking a populist tone, raising his voice against inequality, and attacking Republican obstructionism, the president's attempt to win back support...

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