The crises and anxieties of our age gave Lyndon LaRouche a lot of material to work with, to create his theories and control his followers. Now, his aimless and contorted reign has come to an end.
From Winston Churchill to the Nazis, anticommunists have long blamed the spread of socialism on Jews. With the Left again on the rise, the antisemitic trope of "Judeo-Bolshevism" is back.
Cooperation Jackson leader Kali Akuno on the Green New Deal, the need for mass civil disobedience, and the necessity of building an internationalist movement for eco-socialism.
San Francisco's iconic Anchor Brewing Company is now the scene of a unionization fight. We spoke with Brace Belden, one of the organizers.
Italy’s far-right Matteo Salvini faces charges for the kidnapping of 177 migrants. But the supposedly anti-establishment Five Star Movement can block the trial — and probably will.
The attacks on Ilhan Omar for antisemitism are reminiscent of those levied against Jeremy Corbyn. The charges aren't just nonsense — they're being used to stifle criticism of Israel.
Today should be a day of celebration. Amazon is leaving New York, and we just dealt a blow to urban neoliberalism.
Trump’s pending declaration of a state of emergency isn't a show of power — it's a show of desperation.
Striking Denver teachers reached a tentative contract agreement this morning. Though they did not achieve all of their demands, Denver’s educators have wrested important gains from school privatizers — and shown once again the power of teachers withholding their labor.
Chocolate and flowers are cliche and socialism is love. For Valentine's Day, subscriptions start at just $14!
With our communities destroyed and our growing distance from each other, we humans of late capitalism are left with a deficit of intimacy and affection.
Why should extravagant pleasures and intense feelings be reserved for the bourgeoisie?