How Corporate America Supports Racism, Hatred And Exploitation

By Lee Camp, ScheerPost.com. -

If you’ve been paying even a modicum of attention to the world at large, you’ve noticed that white supremacists constitute a bit of a problem in America. They led an insurrection at our Capitol [...]

Corporate Versus Public Control Of Science And Technology

By Nicholas Freudenberg, Stat News. -

"Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity.” Louis Pasteur said that in 1876. Today it would be more accurate to say that science belongs to the corporations and investors [...]

Six Ways Chevron Imperils Climate, Human Rights, And Racial Justice

By Kathy Mulvey, Commondreams. -

Although we're barely one quarter into 2021, multiple forces are squeezing Chevron for the preventable harm it is inflicting on the global climate. The company is also being dragged for its [...]

US Journalists Form Unions To Survive ‘Hedge Fund Vampires’ And COVID-19

By Billy Anania, Shadowproof. -

Many of these unions have sought representation from the NewsGuild, a branch of the Communications Workers of America (CWA). They include editorial staff, who recognize the shared working [...]

How A Poor School Groundskeeper Took On Monsanto And Won

By Roland Close, St. Louis Today. -

If a company hides information that suggests its top money-making product is unsafe, keeps adverse findings from regulators, employs ghostwriters to gin up favorable scientific studies and media [...]

A Private Government In Honduras Moves Forward

By Beth Geglia and Andrea Nuila, NACLA. -

“It’s almost like an insult that this is happening to us now, after so much sacrifice to develop the community to the point it’s at today,” Venessa Cardenas explains, in Crawfish Rock, Roatán, as [...]

Who Are The Ultimate War Profiteers?

By Christian Sorenson, Covert Action Magazine. -

The U.S. ruling class deploys the military for three main reasons: (1) to forcibly open up countries to foreign investment, (2) to ensure the free flow of natural resources from the global south [...]

Do You Remember Cuba’s Dedication to Angola?

By Don Fitz, Popular Resistance. -

Fed up with foreign wars, Portuguese officers overthrew Prime Minister Marcello Caetano on April 25, 1974.  Many former colonies had the opportunity to define their own future. Angola had been [...]

America Condemns One Violent Mob While Celebrating Another

By Lee Camp, ScheerPost.com. -

Most rational Americans have correctly criticized and denounced the violent insurrection in the Capitol last week. Those moments of attack by a racist, disgusting mob have not lacked for [...]

India’s Farmer Revolt

By Subin Dennis, Tribune Magazine. -

The farmers’ struggle taking place now on the borders of Delhi and its neighbouring states is one of the most important mass agitations that India has seen in its three decades of neoliberal [...]

Resisting Amazon Is Not Futile

By Jonathan Rosenblum, The Bullet. -

It seems eons ago, the youth-led climate strike of September 20, 2019 that brought four million people onto the streets worldwide. I was on the sidewalk outside Seattle City Hall, watching [...]

When Centrists Lose, Corporate Media Blame The Left

By Julie Hollar, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. -

Joe Biden hadn’t even been declared the victor of the 2020 election before establishment Democrats, in the face of poorer-than-expected results in House and Senate races, began pointing fingers [...]

Deception 2020: One Party, Two Flavors

By Eleanor Goldfield, Art Killing Apathy. -

In this second installment of the Deception 2020 Series, we dig into the so-called Two Party System in order to highlight the stark similarities that drive both the red and blue — namely, [...]

A Corporate Megafishery Set The Stage For Violent Conflict In Mi’kma’ki

By Robin Tress, Canadians.org. -

Today across the country, people awoke to reeling images of violence and racism carried out against Mi’kmaq fishers. Many people are asking key questions such as why the RCMP has not pro-actively [...]

The US Is Borrowing Its Way To Fascism

By Richard D. Wolff, Information Clearinghouse. -

Viewing the GOP convention seemed a little like binge-watching the last several years’ parade of none-too-subtle signs of incipient fascism. We saw extreme nationalism, scapegoating immigrants [...]