Forget Impeachment. All Politicians Should Be Revocable
Impeachment is an entirely undemocratic process that is never used in the interests of the working class. But what’s the alternative?
Tatiana CozzarelliJanuary 30, 2020
“The Greatest Defeat in the History of the World!”: The 2019 Elections and Future of Trumpism
"If you lose, they're going to say that Trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. You can't let that happen to me," Donald Trump said at a campaign rally for Kentucky governor Matt Bevin. Yet, it seems that Bevin lost the election. What does this mean for national politics?
Tatiana CozzarelliNovember 10, 2019
Impeachment, Electoral Uncertainty, and Class Struggle
Where is the impeachment inquiry going and what does it have to do with class struggle?
Ana RiveraOctober 10, 2019
Back in the Establishment? More Austerity and Military Spending in Trump’s 2020 Budget
Trump’s 2020 budget includes major cuts to health care, education and environmental protection programs, while dramatically increasing military spending. Even if the budget does not pass in its current form, it represents an escalation of the administration’s war on the poor and the working class.
Robert BelanoMarch 18, 2019
Race, Class and Gender in the Midterms: Solidarity or Collision?
What the interplay of race, gender and class dynamics teaches us about Trumpism and the 2018 midterm election results.
Thuy Anh TranNovember 17, 2018
Tensions Rise in the Final Stretch of the Midterms
A snapshot of the political situation days before the U.S. midterm elections.
Juan CNovember 1, 2018
Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court, and the Need for a Stronger Challenge
Despite the shockingly farcical hearing in which Brett Kavanaugh was forced to address allegations of his history of sexual assault, there is every indication that he will be confirmed by the Senate Judiciary Committee and seated on the Supreme Court. The SCOTUS is, by design, an unaccountable branch of the government. On Monday, Left Voice will join the beginnings of a movement in the streets and will speak to the need for militant reforms.
Francesca GomesOctober 1, 2018