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Love of Freedom Defines the Political Left, Not the Right

Political discourse in the United States consists largely of lies and confusions. One of the greatest of lies and confusions, which I hope to help dispel in this article, is the common delimitation of the very concepts “left” and “right”: it is claimed that to be on the right is to value freedom above all—this is what “small government”…

Clash in Kosovo with NATO troops

Protesters in northern Kosovo clashed with NATO occupation forces and Kosovo police May 29. On May 30, a CNN article stated that “protesters threw Molotov cocktails at NATO’s Kosovo Force (KFOR) troops and used batons to beat their riot shields.”Serbians in Kosovo battle NATO troops, May 29, 2023. The fighting stems from the period in the 1990s…

Reverse the Accelerating Warfare State Before It’s Too Late!

The Military Budget, which devours over half of the entire federal government’s operational expenditures, has been exempted by Biden and the Congressional Republicans from any reductions in the debt limit deal just reached. Also exempted are hundreds of billions of dollars in yearly diverse corporate subsidies to big business freeloaders. Most of…

Haiti, hunger and U.S. prison imperialism

By James Patrick JordanNote: This article, first published by Black Agenda Report, has been edited for the May 25, 2023, print issue of Workers World. Read in full at tinyurl.com/yck3k98y. Hungry children in Haiti.                                      Credit: thestkittsnevisobserver.com Three prisoners in the U.S.-built…

Postal workers on the rise

Washington, D.C.Postal workers protest May 9, 2023, in Washington, D.C. Some 400 to 500 postal workers and supporters rallied at the Postal Headquarters at L’Enfant Plaza in Washington D.C., on  May 9. All four postal unions — the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), the Rural Letter Carriers, the Mail Handlers (NPMHU) and the Postal…

Writers strike expands beyond LA, NYC

Santa Fe, New MexicoWriters Guild-West held an action in Santa Fe on May 26 that disrupted production of two streaming shows: “American Primeval” and “Outer Range.” The entrance to Santa Fe University of Art and Design, also the location of Greer Garson Studios, was picketed from early morning to 4 p.m. Striking writers picket shows in Santa…

The Concept Of The Triad

Above Photo: Yayoi Kusama (Japan), Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away, 2013. At the close of the May 2023 Group of Seven (G7) summit in Hiroshima (Japan), the foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States and the High Representative of the European Union (EU) released…

Putin, South Africa, And The International Criminal Court

The West has deployed the International Criminal Court in the US/NATO proxy war with Russia in Ukraine. On March 17, the International Criminal Court (ICC) indicted and issued arrest warrants for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Commissioner for Children’s Rights Maria Lvova-Belova. They are the first and only white people to be indicted…

The War We’re Finally Allowed To See

Above Photo: A woman walks amid destroyed Russian tanks in Bucha, in the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine, Sunday, April 3, 2022. By manhhai via Flickr. Let us consider the following paragraphs, which appear in the May 29 edition of The New Yorker: While Tynda and his team were fighting from the trench, long and powerful fusillades had issued from another…

Overworked And Understaffed Dollar General Workers Rally Against Cuts

Above Photo: Hundreds of workers rallied outside of the Dollar General corporate headquarters.  Step Up Louisiana. Workers in the US rural variety store giant Dollar General protest the company’s cost-cutting policies. Dollar General has been dubbed a “Severe Violator” of worker safety. On May 31, Dollar General workers rallied and marched towards…

If The Police Can Decide Who Qualifies As A Journalist, There Is No Free Press

Above Photo: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout. Where’s the outcry? Mainstream media have been strangely silent following the arrest of two reporters in North Carolina. On a cold Christmas night in 2021 in the picturesque mountain city of Asheville, North Carolina, The Asheville Blade journalist Veronica Coit sat in a police station waiting to be booked…

For Women At UPS, Fighting The Bosses Means Fighting The Patriarchy

Above Photo: Velma Higgins (L) and Charlotte Green sort packages at a UPS facility on November 29, 2010 in Hodgkins, Illinois. Scott Olson/Getty Images. Sexual harassment and gender discrimination are among workers’ many grievances against UPS. UPS is facing an upcoming contract battle that could see 300,000 Teamsters hit the picket lines. UPS is…

Unions Can Still Strike; Don’t Let The Supreme Court Tell You Otherwise

Above Photo: Teamsters Local 174. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Glacier Northwest v. Teamsters Local 174 is outrageous—valuing property over workers’ rights. But it could have been much worse. Unions still have the right to strike. Employers still can’t generally sue unions in state court for losses caused by strikes. But the decision…

15 Years of the GDR: Textile Worker — Stamps of the GDR #31

Report: Private Security Firm G4S To Divest From Israel

Above Photo: British security service company G4S. Wikipedia. Private security firm G4S is to divest completely from Israel, the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement reported yesterday in an announcement billed as a “major win for human rights activism against corporate complicity.” G4S’ parent company, Allied Universal, is said to have…

Rio Grande LNG’s Developer Led Ghostwriting Campaign

Above Photo: Port Isabel, Texas, a town that sits very close to the proposed site of the Rio Grande LNG export terminal. Nick Cunningham. NextDecade submitted letters to FERC on behalf of nearly two dozen public officials. In March, a man named David Irizarry wrote a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in support of a liquefied…

Stop stock buybacks!

On December 7, 2022, Southwest Airlines announced that it would reinstate its quarterly dividend payments, which had been legislatively suspended under requirements in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Bob Jordan, who received a 75% pay increase in 2022 when he was promoted to the position of Southwest’s CEO, touted…

Science and imperialism: Scientists as workers for peace

Imperialism and militarism have always disguised and justified themselves as the defense of freedom. The American President recently called for the unity of the free world, outlining the fight for democracy against autocracy as the defining challenge of our times. There is little doubt his fight for “democracy” means the continued funding of the…

Daily LIFT #954

Quartz-lamp treatment in the nursery of the Segezh Paper Mills, Karelo-Finnish SSR, USSR 1953 -- Daily LIFT #954Trippy looking photo of toddlers getting this Soviet created treatment at a factory nursery. All large factories in the USSR had nurseries for the children of employees that were heavily subsidized or, later in Soviet history, free. This treatment…

The perfect storm that created the housing crisis

PLANNING WATCH—The United States is in the midst of a severe housing crisis that is of its own making. This crisis results from several generations of awful housing policies, some of which date back a half century to the Nixon Administration (1968 -1973). The housing crisis’s most obvious feature is homelessness, but it also includes overcrowding…

Recalling the 1933 Communist Party Extraordinary Conference

By Chris Townsend June 1, 2023 As the Communist Party of the United States entered the fourth full year of the Great Depression in 1933, its leadership recognized that a major consolidation and refocus of Party effort was necessary to reach the vast potential of the moment. The communist movement had been established in the U.S. for 15 years by that…

The U.S. censors Dissenting Voices: On the attacks against the Midwestern Marx Institute

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution says that “Congress shall make no law… Abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” Yet in 2023 the United States is attempting to extradite Julian Assange because he published…

Lawmakers attack CUNY law grad for criticizing Israel in commencement speech

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are attacking the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law over remarks made by one of its commencement speakers. During her speech on May 12, CUNY student Fatima Mohammed said the school had taught her how to implement the law for the cause of human rights. “I chose CUNY School of Law for its articulated…

Solidarity with the people of Serbia against Nato-backed violence in Kosovo

The following statement and call for solidarity has been issued by the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ). ***** The New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) strongly condemns the violent intrusion of police forces of the Albanian pro-imperialist authorities in Pristina (Kosovo) to the buildings of the municipalities of Zvečan, Leposavić and…

American police are basically untouchable. How did it get this bad

The terror of police power is a recurring fact of American life, particularly in this country’s poorest communities and in communities of color. The power of officers comes not only from the strength of arms, but also from a legal system that is swift to protect its enforcers, yet slow to hold them to account. Where did this virtual immunity from…


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