The New Deal wasn’t won by cozying up to congresspeople, but by workers’ disruptive mass strikes and social mobilizations. We cannot forget that in the Biden era.
Don’t get it twisted: Biden’s stimulus is a bid to buoy corporate profits disguised in claims of a dramatic historic shift for workers.
The City of Chicago has failed to keep people safe from toxic polluters during the pandemic.
In the two years since Lightfoot was elected, the mayor has deflected responsibility, brutally repressed protests, and delivered working Chicagoans a big bag of nothing. Here’s the timeline of her uninspiring tenure so far.
The inauguration of Joe Biden arrives with the liberal establishment proclaiming the need for unity. But unity is not what we want.
Biden's transition team and cabinet appointments so far show that he is not planning for a new New Deal but for his presidency to be pro-corporate, imperialist, and anti-worker onslaught.
In the most contentious Chicago budget vote in a generation, four “progressive” alderpeople buckled to Lightfoot’s pressure and allowed an antiworker austerity city budget to pass for 2021.
Democrats committed to the indefinite extension of neoliberalism are also committed, whether they grasp it or not, to making Trumpism a permanent feature of the political landscape.
Knowing Harris’s record of siding with big business and against innocent people locked in the carceral system can only serve everyone struggling for a world in which all Black lives are allowed to matter.
Lori Lightfoot performs progressivism on the internet, but in reality she parrots Trump at every turn and sees expanded policing as the solution to every problem.
Joe Biden is not only a loyal soldier of neoliberalism, he has been the architect of much of today’s hellish political landscape. The last fifty years of ruling class ascendancy is a timeline studded with Creepy Joe’s despicable actions.
Survivors of sexual violence face a nauseating new twist on lesser evilism.
Centrist corporate politics has demonstrated a strange ability to outlast multiple crises and now the insurgent campaign of Bernie Sanders. The key to their power is the Obama mythos, which will have to be taken on if they are ever to fall.
Chicago's 33rd Ward Alderwomen speaks on navigating local governance as a socialist, decolonization of Puerto Rico, and building alternatives to the police.
An Indiana health care worker explains why Pence’s bigotry makes him uniquely unqualified to manage a nationwide public health threat.