Voices for Change
In the way of a vested interest, nuclear interests, corporate and governmental, moved in on COP28.
A nuclear conflagration is plausible via any one of numerous scenarios.
Norman Solomon reflects on 'the madness of militarism' in the Ellsberg Lecture
It takes effort to track the impacts of mass mobilizations like #MeToo, Occupy or Black Lives Matter, but understanding social change is impossible without such work.
Revisiting the legacy of Henry Kissinger: war crimes overlooked by U.S. media’s adulation
Reflecting on the 1994 midterm loss: a Secretary of Labor's insight
The priority of U.S. officials must be to stop Israel’s massacre, avoid a regional war, and get out of the way so that other nations can help negotiate a real solution to the occupation of Palestine.
History does not repeat, but in this case it emphatically rhymes. With Trumpist war cries for his New Nazism, we cannot avoid the obvious parallels.
“The truth remains that a president is not his party’s king and has no automatic right to renomination.”
While those favoring complexity see foes as ignorant or wrongheaded, reductionists insist not only is “their truth” the only truth, but foes act from malice and bad faith.
Baseless election denial delusions make former Joe McCarthy or Nixon backers look downright reality-bound.
Behold Trump as fully sadistic,/ Damocles sword going ballistic.
A big reason rich kids have such an advantage is so-called “legacy admissions”—the preference elite schools give to family members of alumni.
Religious nationalism may be soaring in Israel, but that’s not the trend in America.
As the carnage in Gaza continues, Washington is rushing to provide extra military assistance worth $14 billion.
What effect on Jews elsewhere from manifestly wrong or immoral actions of the state?
Well-compensated union workers, in turn, support small businesses, schools, and other amenities needed to sustain strong communities.
The Big Fix sticks: nothing impedes Trumpist fealty to its endlessly disruptive, authoritarian strongman
Will ANY Trump crime or conviction, no matter how heinous or despicable, alienate backers who not only believe Trump is incapable of evil but also see him as the lone savior against countless enemies?