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Momentum Grows for May Day Strikes and Protests Millions have protested since Trump’s inauguration, yet the Billionaire in Chief has relentlessly pursued his racist, sexist, anti-working class agenda. Now his latest budget and health care...

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Sisters and Brothers, In just five weeks, Donald Trump has unleashed a series of vicious attacks on one group of Americans after another: From his Muslim ban to the ramping up...

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Escalate the resistance toward shutdowns on March 8 and May 1! Donald Trump and his bigoted, billionaires-club administration have ignited a social explosion unlike any that has ever greeted an incoming US president. The White...

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Reposted from Kshama Sawant’s City Council Blog. Today our movement won a major victory against Wells Fargo, Big Business, and the corrupt financial sector! First and foremost, I want to thank the Standing Rock Sioux,...

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Let’s Build the Fightback in 2017 Dear fellow activists, We are at the end of an incredible year of upheavals. A right-wing anti-worker bigot has been elected President. Donald Trump’s cabinet is a who’s who...

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For the last eight months, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has led a historic campaign against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), uniting hundreds of tribes, environmentalists, veterans and other activists inspired by their bold stand...

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Why Demands to Endorse Hillary Must Be Rejected Originally published by CounterPunch. A growing chorus of voices is declaring the Democratic Primary over, and calling on Sandernistas to dutifully line up behind Hillary. Unfortunately, the pundits...

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The petition was just launched on April 14 and already has over 16,000 signatures. You can sign on here! I’m launching this petition calling on Bernie to run independent and launch a new party. Here’s why. Despite...

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We want to live in a society where ordinary people have full control over the key decisions that affect their lives....

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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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