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The specter of Ralph Nader has haunted the Democratic Party throughout the final months of the 2016 election. Worried that disaffected voters would be drawn to candidates like the Green Party’s Jill Stein, Clinton’s super...

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The most important thing about the Sanders campaign is the enthusiasm it is building for the idea of a political revolution against the billionaire class and the popularizing of socialism. ...

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In aftermath of disastrous Iraq occupation, Obama administration balancing between region’s forces If it goes ahead April’s outline nuclear deal, the ‘Joint Plan of Action’, between the so- called P5+1 world powers and Iran would...

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Kshama Sawant talks about Hillary Clinton's candidacy for president....

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The shock from the official Senate Intelligence Committee report revealing the torture by the CIA of more than 100 people is reverberating across the country and around the world. The report details sickening torture practices...

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“If you watch the nightly news, it feels like the world is falling apart,” said the U.S. president with resignation. Obama´s admitted lack of strategy is not stopping him from sliding into the next Middle...

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The Northwest Socialism Conference, held Saturday, May 8th at Seattle University, marked a big step forward for socialists in Washington State. More than a 140 people from all over Western Washington came to discuss socialism...

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So, where next for the uranium-enriched fist of U.S. big business: Iran? North Korea? Venezuela? Cuba? Nicaragua? A sinkhole has opened up in Iraq for U.S. imperialism, and confusion about how to climb out of...

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If box office opening numbers tell us anything about current ideological trends in society, then Fahrenheit 9/11 enlightens us to the fact that many people are fed up with the current political state of affairs...

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The main aim of Michael Moore’s hilarious and scathing new best-selling book, Dude, Where’s My Country?, is to empower a seemingly inert anti-war and anti-Bush movement. His great purpose is to reinvigorate the movement to...

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