Republicans and centrist Democrats love to pour money into more and more wars. But when it comes to providing public health care for the soldiers they put in harm’s way, they try to privatize and starve vets’ programs. We have to stop them.
Taking a page from the charter school lobby’s playbook, profiteers and ideologues are trying to dismantle America’s best health care system, the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Former Army Ranger Rory Fanning on why he and so many other veterans stand with Colin Kaepernick and against police murder.
How should we observe Veterans Day? By working to eradicate war and the economic system that helps produce it.
Jo Freeman’s “The Tyranny of Structurelessness” brilliantly details how movement organizations founded on “structurelessness” and “leaderlessness” can give rise to authoritarianism and invisible hierarchies. We reprint her classic essay here in full.
Andrew Yang likes to present himself as a serious policy thinker. But he's just the latest corporate salesman pitching a quack remedy to suffering people.
The foreign policy establishment is responding to Trump-era brutalities by demanding more, not less, aggression and empire.
The life and times of Smedley Butler.
Despite underfunding, the Veterans Health Administration is the United States’ largest health care system. And it could be the foundation of a truly socialist alternative to private care.
The GI Bill is proof: if people have access to education and the means to live, they’ll create meaningful art.
Inside the fight against JROTC, a Pentagon program that targets working-class teenagers at public schools.
For-profit colleges are making Wall Street firms even richer. Bush’s 2008 GI Bill helped make that possible.
We’re held hostage by a political and military elite that exploits us to fuel its endless wars.
On HBO’s new tragicomedy, a veteran plumbs the depths of his combat record for the stage — but ends up painting a portrait of middle-American desolation.
Endless war ... it’s good work, if you can get it.