Integrity Forged In Cages

By Chris Hedges, -

My fellow college graduates: Integrity is not an inherited trait. It is not conferred by privilege or status or wealth. It cannot be bequeathed by elite schools or institutions. It is not a [...]

750 Guests Attend Solidarity Event For Venezuela In Berlin

By Staff, -

The event in the Humboldt Hall at the Berlin Urania was organized by the daily newspaper junge Welt, on behalf of an alliance of more than 30 organizations, parties, media and initiatives. [...]

Society Is In Decay – When The Worst Is First And The Best Is Last

By Ralph Nader, -

Plutocrats like to control the range of permissible public dialogue. Plutocrats also like to shape what society values. If you want to see where a country’s priorities lie, look at how it [...]

Venezuela Sanction To Kill: How US Blockade Is Taking Venezuelans’ Lives

By Staff, -

While continuous and intensified sanctions against Venezuela by the United States aim to put pressure on President Nicolas Maduro’s administration they are mostly hurting the country's [...]

No Publication Will Be Safe If Assange Is Prosecuted

By Bill Blum, -

Unless and until Assange’s prosecution is dismissed, no publication will be safe from the Administration’s vengeance and overreach. The prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange under the [...]

Why Milkshaking The Far-Right Is Going Viral

By Staff, -

The fad started on May 2nd of this year, when Tommy Robinson (a British candidate for EU parliament) approached a Pakistani-British man (Danyaal Mahmud) on the street, and started harassing him. [...]

Yellow Finch Tree Sitters Hold Strong As Police And Pipeline Company Attempt Eviction

By Staff, Appalachians Against Pipelines -

Today police aided by Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) employees attempted to evict the Yellow Finch tree sit but were not successful. What follows is a report from Appalachians Against Pipelines. [...]

Now Impossible To Deny: Human Activity Caused The Climate Crisis

By Tim Radford, -

LONDON, 29 May, 2019 − British scientists have re-asserted an essential reality about global warming: human activity, not slow-acting and so far unidentified natural cycles in the world’s oceans, [...]

The Bottom Line: Go For The Money

By Rivera Sun, Popular Resistance -

It's rare to hear business magazines admit the power of nonviolent action. As the editor of Nonviolence News, a service that collects and shares 30-50+ stories of nonviolence in action each week, [...]

The Attack On Venezuelan Embassies, A Strategy Of US Regime Change

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

The video below, Venezuela: Diplomacy Under Siege, is a well-researched documentary on the attacks of coup plotters on Venezuelan embassies and how this has been a strategy used in US coup [...]

Theresa May Was A Bad PM, But Her Resignation Will Do Nothing To Arrest Britain’s Long-Term Decline

By Patrick Cockburn, -

There is a story about an enthusiastic American who took a phlegmatic English friend to see the Niagara Falls. “Isn’t that amazing?” exclaimed the American. “Look at that vast mass of water [...]

U.S. Carries The Water For Venezuelan Opposition In Norway Talks

By Staff, -

The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Norway has announced that Representatives of Venezuela’s Government and the opposition will return to Oslo this week to start political talks following preliminary [...]

The American People Are The True Victims Of Our Latest Coup

By Eleanor Goldfield, -

There’s an office that you go to overthrow a government. CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou stands in front of a packed house in the Chavez Room at the Venezuelan Embassy. A mural of Hugo Chavez [...]

Corporate Trade Tribunals Used By Mining Companies Against Communities And Governments

By Manuel Perez-Rocha and Jen Moore, -

The right of foreign investors to sue governments in international tribunals is one of the most extreme examples of excessive power granted to corporations through free trade agreements and [...]

Parallels In Black And Palestinian Struggles

By Staff, -

Johnny E. Williams specializes in social movements, political sociology, cultural sociology, racism, science and religion. Professor Williams’ primary area of research investigates how culture [...]