Friday, July 1, 2022

Tag: El Salvador

The end of dissent

I am a foreign agent. Because my program at the Institute for Policy Studies receives some funding from a...

Water is life. Can we protect it?

Americans will have to fight hard to protect their water from corporate greed. They can learn a lot from El Salvador.

Trump administration to force 200,000 Salvadorans to leave the US

The last time the government renewed the protections, they cited drought, poverty and widespread gang violence—all of which still exist in El Salvador.

10 amazing social movement struggles in 2017 that give us reason...

Here are ten stories showing that people power works.

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NATO and a war foretold

While the world determines how to hold Russia accountable for the horrors it is committing in Ukraine, the members of NATO should do some honest self-reflection.

California assemblyman kills fossil fuel divestment bill

The bill would have required the state’s two enormous public pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, but it was squashed by a Democrat who has taken money from oil and gas companies.

“Where will the nuclear waste go?”

So, what should be done about nuclear waste?

Organizers are reeling yet determined following Supreme Court’s dangerous expansion of gun rights

After celebrating the Senate’s gun control legislation, advocates are planning new actions in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on concealed carry.

China will decide the outcome of Russia v. the West

Is Putin the face of the future or the final gasp of the past?