Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Fighting Inequality at the Local Level

While it's still legal to exercise your First Amendment rights, transit workers in Grand Rapids are organizing against pension theft and fare hikes. It's time we stop widening the inequality gap and start bridging it.

U.S. in the Middle East: Where You Don’t Belong You Must Not Stay

The U.S. should not be in the Middle East, but the U.S. government will not be pulling out troops when there is still oil and natural gas there. At some point in time, other countries will get so tired of this endless war they will step in to put an end to it.

Obama Should Heed Hiroshima’s Survivors

Obama will be the first sitting president to visit Hiroshima, Japan.

North Korea: The cyberwar of all against all

They hack us. We hack them. It's a recipe for catastrophe.

Imagining a Sanders presidency beginning on Jan. 20

It was not your normal inaugural address to be sure!

How the Russia spin got so much torque

Tone deaf hardly describes the severe political impairment of those who insist that denouncing Russia will be key to the Democratic Party’s political fortunes.

Americans and their love for perpetual wars

America can be – or rather, can only be – prosperous and strong without engaging in perpetual wars and aggression.

Scott Walker’s Political Magic

Corporate cash — flowing from Home Depot to Donald Trump — funded the governor's campaign to victory, despite public opinion.

Surprised? Donald Trump’s First Television Ad Focuses on Immigration

Trump's ad continues with his policy stance on immigration, specifically in regards to Muslims.

Oregon Sheriff Meets Ammon Bundy, Greets Him With Handshake Not Handcuffs

Bundy has been leading an illegal armed occupation of a federal building for almost a week.