Tag: Democratic Party

Unions in the Biden Era

The Capitol riot showed the threat of an emboldened Far Right. At the same time, however, it allowed Joe Biden’s new government to present itself as a “defender of democracy.” It is urgent for the working class to fight not only against the Right, but also against Biden’s neoliberal and racist policies, and unions will be a key part of that struggle. 

With Help from the Squad, Nancy Pelosi Is Re-Elected House Speaker

Nancy Pelosi won her reelection bid for Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, continuing in the leadership position that she has occupied for 18 years. Her victory demonstrates the folly of reformism, and the failure of the strategy to push Democrats left.

Five Resolutions for the Socialist Movement in 2021

2020 was a year of upheaval, crisis, and struggle. 2021 will require the socialist movement to be strategic about how to go forward. Below, Left Voice offers five New Year’s resolutions for the socialist movement in the U.S. 

New Stimulus Bill Is No Win for the Working Class

Bipartisan consensus seems to be forming around a new stimulus bill. Unsurprisingly, this new package gives a weak and insufficient amount of aid to the working class. We must organize to fight for more.

The Tasks Ahead: Socialist Perspectives on 2021

Just after the 2020 general election, Left Voice, Tempest Magazine, and Philly Socialists worked together to collect short pieces from socialist organizations across the U.S. about the tasks facing socialists in the year ahead.  

Neera Tanden, future director of OMB in the Biden administration, stands in front of an American flag and Center for American Progress background.

Neera Tanden Is Biden’s Latest Middle Finger to the Left

Joe Biden has picked Neera Tanden, a fierce critic of Bernie Sanders and the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, to head the Office of Management and Budget. The move is just the latest sign that Biden will govern from the center-right, offering nothing to the Left.

Unions in the Biden Era

The Capitol riot showed the threat of an emboldened Far Right. At the same time, however, it allowed Joe Biden’s new government to present itself as a “defender of democracy.” It is urgent for the working class to fight not only against the Right, but also against Biden’s neoliberal and racist policies, and unions will be a key part of that struggle. 

With Help from the Squad, Nancy Pelosi Is Re-Elected House Speaker

Nancy Pelosi won her reelection bid for Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, continuing in the leadership position that she has occupied for 18 years. Her victory demonstrates the folly of reformism, and the failure of the strategy to push Democrats left.

Five Resolutions for the Socialist Movement in 2021

2020 was a year of upheaval, crisis, and struggle. 2021 will require the socialist movement to be strategic about how to go forward. Below, Left Voice offers five New Year’s resolutions for the socialist movement in the U.S. 

New Stimulus Bill Is No Win for the Working Class

Bipartisan consensus seems to be forming around a new stimulus bill. Unsurprisingly, this new package gives a weak and insufficient amount of aid to the working class. We must organize to fight for more.

The Tasks Ahead: Socialist Perspectives on 2021

Just after the 2020 general election, Left Voice, Tempest Magazine, and Philly Socialists worked together to collect short pieces from socialist organizations across the U.S. about the tasks facing socialists in the year ahead.  

Neera Tanden, future director of OMB in the Biden administration, stands in front of an American flag and Center for American Progress background.

Neera Tanden Is Biden’s Latest Middle Finger to the Left

Joe Biden has picked Neera Tanden, a fierce critic of Bernie Sanders and the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, to head the Office of Management and Budget. The move is just the latest sign that Biden will govern from the center-right, offering nothing to the Left.