Media Blackout On Nuit Debout

By Gabriel Rockhill, www.counterpunch.org -

By Gabriel Rockhill for Counterpunch. One of the fastest growing social and political movements in recent history has been sweeping across France, spreading through Europe and now developing in [...]

Newsletter – Democracy, Not Corporatocracy

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese forPopular Resistance. What does a corporatocracy look like? Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, says, “the sovereign state is obsolete.” [...]

Ralph Nader: The Devastating Cost Of Monetized Elections

By Ralph Nader, www..nader.org -

Ralph Nader for the Nader Page. Corporatized and commercialized elections reach a point where they stand outside and erode our democracy. Every four years the presidential and Congressional [...]

History Is Knocking, Once Again

By David Solnit, www.indypendent.org -

By David Solnit for the Indypendent - “Seattle,” shorthand for the 1999 anti-WTO mass actions, was a moment when organized protest and resistance became a genuine popular uprising of thousands of [...]

Newsletter: Transforming Fundamental Power Inequities

Most of the Popular Resistance team is in Cove Point, Maryland right now. Almost all are very likely to go to jail for several weeks after Monday's hearing for our efforts to stop the Dominion [...]

Newsletter: Our Task-The Future As A Frontier

Sam Smith gave this talk, “On Becoming and Being an Activist,” at a teen conference. The essence of his message is that we are facing serious crises and we have to make a choice of whether we [...]

Hedges and Wolin (3/8): Can Capitalism and Democracy Coexist?

By Chris Hedges, www.therealnews.com -

It's a very paradoxical situation. And I don't know. I mean, I think we all have to take a deep breath and try to start from scratch again in thinking about where we are, how we get there, and [...]