Archive for: 2005

Attacks on evolution and the right wing’s social agenda

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A recent court case in Pennsylvania brought the right wing’s attacks on science into the public spotlight. The case is the tip of the iceberg in...

Growing spirit of resistance and the need for change

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In the month of October, many events took place that brought national attention to the unfinished struggle of African-American people. The Millions Mo...

Challenging the racist death penalty

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The death penalty is used constantly and excessively by advocates of “law and order” who cite capital punishment as a crime deterrent in t...

Bush administration

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There is a growing disillusionment—even anger—among sectors of the U.S. capitalist class with George W. Bush and his top aides and officia...

Trabajadores de la industria automotriz enfrentan corporaciones

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“Estamos cansados. Estamos cansados de tener un martillo sobre nuestra cabeza”, dijo Jim Hagopian, un empleado de la Corporación De...

Autoworkers face showdown with corporate giants

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“We’re tired. We’re tired of having a hammer over our head,” stated Jim Hagopian, an employee of Delphi Corporation, the large...

Capitalists profit as polar ice melts

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“It’s the positive side of global warming,” said Ron Lemieux, government minister in Manitoba, Canada, referring to the Arctic polar...

Behind the crisis in the Bush administration

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There is a growing disillusionment—even anger—among sectors of the U.S. capitalist class with George W. Bush and his top aides and officia...

Syrian sovereignty, U.S. hegemony and Arab liberation

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“Iran, Syria and North Korea should heed the lesson of Iraq,” John Bolton told the world on April 10, 2003. It was the day after the fall ...

Gentrification: bankers and landlords push ‘ethnic cleansing’

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With hundreds of thousands of people from New Orleans still dispersed throughout the United States, a struggle is brewing. Will New Orleans be rebuilt...