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  • Vigil for Peace in Yemen: A New Norm May 13, 2020
    U.S. national security leaders and stakeholders in war, as they shelter in place, have an extraordinary opportunity to set a new norm and link with the vigil for Peace in Yemen
    Kathy Kelly
  • Trump Budget Winners and Losers May 13, 2020
    Thanks to this tax cut—the rich get richer: 72 percent of the tax cuts were directed to the wealthiest 20 percent of households
    H. Patricia Hynes
  • COVID-19 and the Wasting Disease of Normalcy May 13, 2020
    The wasting disease of normalcy is the far greater existential threat and our survival requires that we meet it with at least the same courage, generosity and ingenuity
    Brian Terrell
  • Can Democracy Survive the Coronavirus? May 13, 2020
    The coronavirus is not just a threat to our personal and collective health; it is a threat to our democratic institutions as well. We need to protect lives and democracies
    Sonali Kolhatkar
  • The bigger picture is hiding behind a virus May 13, 2020
    If only we could redirect our gaze, if we could seize back control of our attention for a moment, we might understand that we are being plagued not just by a virus but by our fear, our hate, our hunger, our selfishness
    Jonathan Cook
  • Bernie’s Decision: Retreat Should Not Be Confused with Surrender May 13, 2020
    Photo by StoopDown/Shutterstock.com   Politics is ultimately about life and death, as the current pandemic horrors make clear. Policies that can seem abstract not only routinely harm quality of life; they also kill. Both Bernie Sanders campaigns for president have brought a principled seriousness to the national discourse that no other candidate has come near […]
    Norman Solomon
  • Market “Solutions” to the Covid-19 Crisis May 13, 2020
    The Fed has opened a free money spigot to investors, bankers, and to big business of all types, and has simply declared “come on in and take it.” And if the $6 trillion to date isn’t enough, we’ll provide more
    Jack Rasmus
  • Love In A Dangerous Time May 13, 2020
    If we can expand our consciousness and compassion, we can begin to comprehend our government’s behavior in the world and come out of this pandemic demanding to be better members of the human family
    Mike Ferner
  • ICE Eases Threat but “Essential” Immigrant Farmworkers Struggle to Feed Themselves During Coronavirus May 13, 2020
    Immigrant farm workers have long been essential to the U.S. But they have never been recognized, respected or properly rewarded for their labor
    Danica Jorden
  • GOP’s Achievement is Now on Display May 13, 2020
    Republicans are responsible for condoning his corruption, persistent abuses of power, and ongoing grift
    Wim Laven

 

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  • The Ruling Class Is Chained To The Cop Mafia June 2, 2020
    The situation is fluid, we may all be dead tomorrow. But it is interesting to examine the splits going on right now within the establishment. It’s clear that no matter what the MAGA chuds will continue whacking off to fantasies of slaughtering everyone to show How Real Power Works. But the establishment has come to...
    William Gillis
  • What To Expect When You’re Expecting Repression May 31, 2020
    Most folks radicalized online in these recent years have virtually no knowledge of what serious state repression looks like, and that lack of preparation scares me to my bones. SWAT raids, abductions, rape, torture blacksites, mock executions… those of us anarchists around from the counter-globalization era have experienced a vast array of state repression. The...
    William Gillis
  • Secessione o Autonomia? May 31, 2020
    Di Darian Worden. Originale pubblicato l’undici maggio 2020 con il titolo Autonomy Versus Secession. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Sono anni che negli Stati Uniti si parla di secessione o della frammentazione del paese in nazioni più piccole. L’argomento riprende vigore mentre gli Stati Uniti fanno accordi regionali per gestire la ripresa dopo il covid-19 e...
    Enrico Sanna
  • Scarcity and Abundance Under Anarchism May 24, 2020
    Introduction To what extent are contemporary production and consumption trends compatible with the abolition of the state and authority in general? There are differing notions on how transitioning to a stateless society would affect the availability of the goods and services we currently produce and consume; from anti-civilization thinkers and primitivists who see statelessness as...
    Rai Ling
  • L’uso della Conoscenza nei Formicai May 23, 2020
    Di Toby Fitzsimmons. Originale pubblicato il 18 maggio 2020 con il titolo ANTi-capitalism: The Use of Knowledge in the Nest. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Va’ a vedere la formica, o pigro! Mira quello che fa e diventa saggio! Essa non ha un magistrato, né ispettore, né capo, eppure nell’estate fa le sue provviste, al tempo...
    Enrico Sanna
  • Introducing The Left Market Anarchist Zinelibrary May 20, 2020
    The great advantage of the anarchist movement is our decentralization, but without resilient protocols and networks we’re always at risk of losing pieces of our history and knowledge. There have been a number of compilations of anarchist and left-market anarchist pamphlets and zines over the years, and unfortunately most of them have decayed or fallen...
    William Gillis
  • ANTi-capitalism: The Use of Knowledge in the Nest May 18, 2020
    Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise: Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. King Solomon (Proverbs 6:6-8) In 1975, biologist and ant expert E.O. Wilson quipped, “Karl Marx was right, socialism works, it is just that...
    Toby Fitzsimmons
  • La Giornata delle Vittime del Capitalismo May 14, 2020
    Di Kevin Carson. Originale: Victims of Capitalism Day, pubblicato il 10 maggio 2020. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Su Reason Ilya Somin, secondo una sua pratica annuale iniziata nel 2007, ha scelto il primo maggio, festa dei lavoratori, per commemorare la “Giornata delle Vittime del Comunismo”. Somin parla di 80-100 milioni di vittime nel ventesimo secolo...
    Enrico Sanna
  • Pandemia: O Estado Como Cura ou Causa? May 13, 2020
    Olhando para as notícias acerca da pandemia de COVID-19 (ou coronavírus), é difícil não concluir que se trata de uma daquelas situações salva-vidas nas quais não é possível gerir uma crise sem recorrer à coacção social em larga escala. A China e a Coreia do Sul parecem ter virado a maré no que toca à...
    Kevin Carson