Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Tag: Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn, too ‘frail’ to be UK prime minister?

In an election filled with mud-slinging (most of it coming from one side of the political spectrum), one of the most despicable...

’40 years of Plots, lies, intimidation and chaos?’ The British right...

“Remainers believe U.K. prosperity depends on its location, Brexiters believe U.K. prosperity depends on its character.”

Debate: Jeremy Corbyn, antisemitism and the British media

It is the Labour party’s hesitation on this point, and Corbyn’s history of pro-Palestinian activism and criticisms of Israel, that have proven so problematic.

“Don’t Panic!” Theresa May’s Brexit plan and the continuing trials of...

A dangerous agenda especially for corporations and the wealthy who may finally have to pay their fair share.

Corbyn in the cross-hairs

If Jeremy Corbyn becomes Prime Minister at some point in the future, he could be the first true leftist to lead a major western country in many years.

Whoa! It’s really crazy here in America!

Thoughts on returning from a short, eventful trip to the UK.

The Libya connection

Although the conflicts in Libya, Iraq and Syria have usually been described as civil wars, these theaters have been invaded by large numbers of foreigners, inevitably followed by the air-forces of Western and other countries.

The UK Elections or: How the Democrats should learn to stop...

The Labour Party’s surprise showing is a teachable moment for those of us across the pond.

Corbyn teaches to embrace change we need

Corbyn teaches that we should embrace the radical transformational change that is needed to inspire people to take action and shift the realm of the possible.

Socialist Labour Party candidate Jeremy Corbyn closes 20% poll gap to...

It’s an astonishing reversal of fortune, and also a lesson in the importance of standing up for ordinary people.

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Missouri set to execute Marcellus Williams despite DNA evidence proving innocence—again

Unless we reform this corrupt system, racist politicians will be rewarded with higher political offices–for–”frying a black man.” 

Artificial intelligence: profit versus freedom

As with previous technological breakthroughs, AI places on society’s agenda both new issues and old contentious ones.

A telling tale of two press lords

Rupert Murdoch made the world safe for grand fortune. E.W. Scripps had a better idea.

Wildlife living in cities exemplify ‘urban trait syndrome,’ study says

What can city dwellers do to help create and nurture a healthier environment for urban wildlife?

Writers reach tentative deal with Hollywood studios after nearly 150 days on strike

"It is the leverage generated by your strike, in concert with the extraordinary support of our union siblings, that finally brought the companies back to the table to make a deal."