Relief For Millions As US Apex Court Keeps Eviction Bans In Place

By People's Dispatch. -

In a step that brings relief for millions of low-income families across the United States, the Supreme Court decided against a stay on a federally-imposed eviction moratorium. On Tuesday, June [...]

Revealing The Pentagon Papers In Congress: Going To The Supreme Court

By Mike Gravel and Joe Lauria, Consortium News. -

My gut was tight as a knot. The oral arguments began before the Supreme Court on April 19, 1972. I fidgeted in my seat in the audience in the first row with my wife and two young kids. I could [...]

Distraction From Climate Action: False Solutions

By Indigenous Environmental Network. -

When Indigenous Peoples and organizers are kicked out of the UNFCCC COP 25, the people rise up and find a vehicle for expression shown in this 15-minute documentary. The UNFCCC COP 25 in Madrid [...]

Police Paid By Calgary-Based Enbridge Block Access To Water Protectors Camp

By Brent Patterson, Peace Brigades International - Canada -

The Giniw Collective has tweeted: “Hubbard County has escalated their repression — this is the roadway to our private property and our driveway. We’ve now constructed a barricade in front of our [...]

Sandinista Nicaragua, More Dignified And Victorious Than Ever

By Carlos Fonseca Terán, Tortilla Con Sal. -

Nor is Nicaragua news for being the country with the highest level of direct ownership of the means of production by the working class in the Western Hemisphere (more than 50% of GDP and nearly [...]

How Gaza Dethroned The King Of Israel

By Ramzy Baroud, Toward Freedom. -

How did Benjamin Netanyahu manage to serve as Israel’s longest-serving Prime Minister? With a total of 15 years in office, Netanyahu surpassed the 12-year leadership of Israel’s founding father, [...]

What Will It Take To Transform Canada’s Foreign Policy For The Better?

By Bianca Mugyenyi,, Canadian Dimension. -

This Thursday will mark one year since Canada was defeated in its bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council. The Trudeau government’s loss marked a rejection of its pro-Washington, [...]

Stopping The Logging Of Redwoods In Jackson State Forest

By Cal Winslow, Counter Punch. -

Logging has begun in Jackson State Demonstration Forest, 48,000 acres of state owned redwood forestland in Mendocino County in Northern California. The forest consists mostly of heavily cut over [...]

Coming Out Against Imperialism

By James Greig and Omar Shweiki, Tribune Magazine. -

‘Gay Liberation is for the homosexual who stands up, and fights back.’ In 1970, the year after the Stonewall riots, fliers for the first Christopher Street Liberation Day captured the theory, [...]

Groups Rally On Capitol Hill Demanding End To Fossil Fuel Subsidies

By Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams. -

The U.S. movement for climate justice continued a series of actions planned for the nation's capital this week with a Tuesday morning rally focused on ending fossil fuel subsidies. As high [...]

Why Do The Media Hate Daniel Ortega?

By Gerry Condon, Popular Resistance. -

When Kamala Harris finally traveled to the U.S./Mexico border last week, she met several young women asylum seekers.  The vice president likely saw Hondurans, Salvadorans and Guatemalans who were [...]

Preventing A Return To Normal Amidst The Current Catastrophe

By A.M. Gittlitz and Matt Peterson, ROAR Magazine. -

Towards the beginning of our most recent global catastrophe, writer A.M. Gittlitz published I Want to Believe: Posadism, UFOs and Apocalypse Communism, the result of his years-long research on [...]

UAE Company Cracks Down On ‘Block The Boat’ Picket Line In Canada

By Marion Kawas, Mondoweiss. -

A small town in northern British Columbia was recently the backdrop for a chilling display of how Emirati influence and power can be used to attempt to suppress popular support for Palestine. On [...]

US Media Give New Respect To Lab Leak Theory

By Joshua Cho, Fairness And Accuracy In Reporting. -

While many Western media outlets (e.g., NBC, 5/4/20; BBC, 4/26/20) reported on the evidence-free speculations surrounding a potential lab leak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus from the Wuhan Institute of [...]

The Roots Of Today’s White Collar Union Wave Are Deeper Than You Think

By Hamilton Nolan, In These Times. -

Before the recent wave of organizing among media workers, adjunct professors and nonprofit workers set the world talking about the promise of white collar unions, there had already been decades [...]