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In 2008, Barack Obama was elected president on the back of a movement expecting change. After eight years, where the majority of any economic growth has gone to the top 1%. In the past month,...

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U.S. Perspectives Update: The Trump Regime and the Developing Rebellion Drafted by Tom Crean and Philip Locker, 2/13/17 Unanimously approved at the February National Committee Since this document was drafted the Trump regime has become...

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“None of them think she really means her populism,… . The Clinton Foundation has actually held meetings at the headquarters of Goldman Sachs.” – William Cohan, “Why Wall Street Loves Hillary”, Politico, 2014. In Listen,...

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Territorial disputes resemble pieces on a ‘geopolitical chessboard’ as the US and China struggle for hegemony in Asia Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info Tensions between the US and China over the South China Sea, which have been...

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In what can fairly be called the “biggest leak in history”: 2.6 terabytes of information, the entire client database of Mossack Fonseca, a shady Panamanian law firm, was given to the International Consortium of Investigative...

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Obama’s Visit to Cuba

April 22, 2016

Easing of embargo to promote US capitalist interests Rogelio Manuel Díaz Moreno, socialist corespondent in Havana, Cuba Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba has been interpreted in many varied ways. Here, I give a different take...

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Watch Kshama Sawant's #SocialistRepsonse to Obama's 2016 State of the Union (SOTU) address....

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In the waning days of 2015, the corporate media has been filled with wall-to-wall coverage of Donald Trump’s call to prevent any Muslims from entering the U.S. While the vast majority of ordinary people reject...

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Rahm Emanuel Must Go Laquan McDonald’s murder might bring down one of the most powerful corporate-backed politicians in the country, Rahm Emanuel. Even mainstream corporate newspapers like the New York Times are openly speculating that...

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On October 15, President Obama approved a new $15-billion-a-year plan under which the U.S. will maintain its current force of 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through most of 2016, then drawing down to 5,500 in early...

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