Trump Indictments Are About Capitalist Stability, Not Justice
Behind the many damning charges against Trump lies a more fundamental attempt on behalf of a broad sector of capital to defend the stability and legitimacy of the U.S. regime in the midst of a series of ongoing military, economic, ecological, and political crises.
James Dennis HoffAugust 4, 2023
#AllThatsLeftPod: How We Win the Fight for Trans Rights
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss both the right-wing and liberal attacks on trans rights, and the need for a movement and a working-class party with a socialist perspective to protect the oppressed.
Otto ForsJune 28, 2023
Sending Troops to Texas, Republicans Escalate the Bipartisan War on Migrants
Republican governors are sending their states’ soldiers and police to the already heavily militarized southern border to escalate their war on migrants.
Molly RosenzweigJune 9, 2023
Ron DeSantis Is a Reactionary Monster, but the Working Class Can Defeat Him
Far-right Florida governor Ron DeSantis launched his presidential bid for 2024 last month, reflecting some Republicans’ desire to move beyond Trump. The working class can defeat him.
Molly RosenzweigJune 6, 2023
Biden’s Proposed Budget Nothing but Empty Promises
Earlier this month, Joe Biden announced his budget proposal, with a lot of promises. But the only thing we know he’ll deliver is that “nothing will fundamentally change.”
Molly RosenzweigMarch 31, 2023
The Rise of the Proto-Fascist Right Highlights the Crisis of the Whole System
The recent fight over Kevin McCarthy’s becoming Speaker of the House reveals how divided and polarized the Republican Party is. Out of this crisis, a proto-fascist wing of the Republican Party has emerged, strengthened and empowered after extracting concessions from the GOP establishment.
Sybil DavisJanuary 23, 2023
Chaos in the House of Representatives as Republican Right Refuses to Support the Republican Establishment
Kevin McCarthy, the establishment Republican choice for Speaker of the House, lost six consecutive votes after a portion of the Republican right refused to vote for him. This kicked off the biggest crisis in choosing a speaker of the house since 1923.
Sybil DavisJanuary 4, 2023
The Red Wave Crashes on the Rocks of Voter Rejection
In a contradictory result, voters have rejected the Republican hopes of a “red wave,” instead choosing to protect abortion at the state level and deliver a likely split government.
Sybil DavisNovember 9, 2022
Democrats and Republicans Amp Up Copaganda Ahead of Midterms
Republicans campaign on being “tough on crime” and portray the Democrats as “soft on crime.” But both parties are pro-police, and have amped up their copaganda ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Molly RosenzweigNovember 8, 2022
The Midterm Elections and the Fight for the Working Class
Republicans and Democrats are trying to win the working class vote on Tuesday, but neither party represents workers’ interests. Socialists must take advantage of the hunger for reform and fight for independent politics and build the party we need: a working-class party with a socialist strategy.
Jimena VergaraNovember 7, 2022