Tag: Donald Trump

The Political Theater of the Impeachment Serves the Democrats

Trump’s second impeachment trial is making headlines, but even its exploration of the events of January 6 at the Capitol have little to do with working class and oppressed people. It’s just part of the Democrats’ strategy of buttressing the regime under the bourgeois “rule of law.”

Biden’s Inauguration Speech: Empty Platitudes and (Neoliberal) Unity

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. In his speech, he spoke very little about politics, policy, or the actual situation facing millions of people. Instead, he spoke in vague terms about the need for “democracy” and “unity” as he began his attempt to restore faith in America’s institutions.

Now It’s Time to Fight Biden

Joe Biden will become president today. This is not the time to celebrate or to go back to ignoring politics. It’s time to re-double our efforts, unite our struggles, and refuse to be satisfied with any crumbs tossed our way.

“Fortress D.C.” Has Nothing to Do With Keeping People Safe

The nation’s capital has become a militarized zone in the runup to Inauguration day on January 20. But this is all about protecting the government and nothing to do with protecting the Washington’s working-class residents, who have been living in “Fortress D.C.” since the attacks of 9/11.

Trump Adds Cuba to List of Countries “Sponsoring Terrorism”

The Trump administration put Cuba on the list of state sponsors of terrorism on Monday. This maneuver to punish Cuba comes amid the Far Right attack on the U.S. Capitol and is an attempt for Trump to score points with the Republicans’ social and electoral base.

The Political Theater of the Impeachment Serves the Democrats

Trump’s second impeachment trial is making headlines, but even its exploration of the events of January 6 at the Capitol have little to do with working class and oppressed people. It’s just part of the Democrats’ strategy of buttressing the regime under the bourgeois “rule of law.”

Biden’s Inauguration Speech: Empty Platitudes and (Neoliberal) Unity

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. In his speech, he spoke very little about politics, policy, or the actual situation facing millions of people. Instead, he spoke in vague terms about the need for “democracy” and “unity” as he began his attempt to restore faith in America’s institutions.

Now It’s Time to Fight Biden

Joe Biden will become president today. This is not the time to celebrate or to go back to ignoring politics. It’s time to re-double our efforts, unite our struggles, and refuse to be satisfied with any crumbs tossed our way.

“Fortress D.C.” Has Nothing to Do With Keeping People Safe

The nation’s capital has become a militarized zone in the runup to Inauguration day on January 20. But this is all about protecting the government and nothing to do with protecting the Washington’s working-class residents, who have been living in “Fortress D.C.” since the attacks of 9/11.

Trump Adds Cuba to List of Countries “Sponsoring Terrorism”

The Trump administration put Cuba on the list of state sponsors of terrorism on Monday. This maneuver to punish Cuba comes amid the Far Right attack on the U.S. Capitol and is an attempt for Trump to score points with the Republicans’ social and electoral base.