Tag: 2020 Elections

No Good Choices: How The Two-Party System Fails Voters 

Though the 2020 elections set a new record for voter turnout, more people still chose not to vote than supported either candidate. This shows yet again that the bipartisan political regime of the U.S. has nothing to offer to most of the working class and oppressed.

Why Is Trump Refusing to Concede?

Even though Joe Biden has been proclaimed president-elect, Donald Trump refuses to admit defeat. This means the transition between the two administrations has not formally begun, breaking with the customs of the bipartisan regime.

Mike Pompeo and Donald Trump stand beside each other smiling in front of an American flag

Mike Pompeo Joins the Sore Loser Charade

At a press conference on November 10, Mike Pompeo became the latest Republican to dispute Biden’s electoral victory, claiming that the transition to “a second Trump administration” would go off without a hitch. What does this mean for Trump’s efforts to contest the election?

The Social Composition of the Anti-Trump Vote

It took days of counting votes, but the 2020 election finally ended. Biden won because workers, ethnic minorities, young people and city dwellers voted against Trump. Economist Michael Roberts investigates the data. The following article was originally posted on Michael Roberts’ blog, “The Next Recession.”

We Fought Trump, Time to Fight Biden Too

At long last, it has been announced that Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump for the presidency. While none of us will be sad to see Trump go, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are no friends to the working class and the oppressed. 

California Parolees Win Right to Vote

Californians overwhelmingly voted to restore voting rights to citizens on parole, but the California prison system is still incredibly unjust.

No Good Choices: How The Two-Party System Fails Voters 

Though the 2020 elections set a new record for voter turnout, more people still chose not to vote than supported either candidate. This shows yet again that the bipartisan political regime of the U.S. has nothing to offer to most of the working class and oppressed.

Why Is Trump Refusing to Concede?

Even though Joe Biden has been proclaimed president-elect, Donald Trump refuses to admit defeat. This means the transition between the two administrations has not formally begun, breaking with the customs of the bipartisan regime.

Mike Pompeo and Donald Trump stand beside each other smiling in front of an American flag

Mike Pompeo Joins the Sore Loser Charade

At a press conference on November 10, Mike Pompeo became the latest Republican to dispute Biden’s electoral victory, claiming that the transition to “a second Trump administration” would go off without a hitch. What does this mean for Trump’s efforts to contest the election?

The Social Composition of the Anti-Trump Vote

It took days of counting votes, but the 2020 election finally ended. Biden won because workers, ethnic minorities, young people and city dwellers voted against Trump. Economist Michael Roberts investigates the data. The following article was originally posted on Michael Roberts’ blog, “The Next Recession.”

We Fought Trump, Time to Fight Biden Too

At long last, it has been announced that Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump for the presidency. While none of us will be sad to see Trump go, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are no friends to the working class and the oppressed. 

California Parolees Win Right to Vote

Californians overwhelmingly voted to restore voting rights to citizens on parole, but the California prison system is still incredibly unjust.