Workers Built Twitter — They Should Own It, Not Elon Musk
Corporations like Twitter cannot function without the workers who do the daily labor.
Kyle ThibodeauNovember 27, 2022
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.
Ezra BrainNovember 9, 2022
More Crisis on the Horizon as Republicans Rally to Take Back Congress
With just three days left before the midterm elections, the Republicans look increasingly likely to retake the House and perhaps even the Senate. This could have a profound impact on the next two years of Biden's presidency and the 2024 elections. But one thing is for sure: regardless of who wins on Tuesday, the result will be more polarization and more economic, environmental, and political crisis.
James Dennis HoffNovember 5, 2022
GOP Introduces Federal Bill Attacking Trans Children
House Republicans have introduced a federal anti-trans bill specifically attacking children and school employees. It’s a sign of things to come from the GOP’s increasingly reactionary agenda.
Olivia WoodJuly 15, 2022
Historically Low Approval Ratings of Institutions Show the U.S. Regime in Crisis
Two new polls show a massive loss of faith in institutions across the U.S. This loss of faith underlines the depth of crisis in the U.S. regime.
Ezra BrainJuly 11, 2022
Tens of Thousands Take the Streets in Defiance of Overturn of Roe v. Wade
Following the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, tens of thousands of people took to the streets in outrage and to demand that abortion remain legal across the country.
Left VoiceJune 27, 2022
Something Big Is Stirring: Report from the 2022 Labor Notes Conference:
This year’s Labor Notes conference was massive. Four thousand of the most active union activists gathered in Chicago, often pushing the discussions well to the left. We caught sight of something important — possibly something powerful — stirring inside the labor movement. Let’s help it grow.
Jason KoslowskiJune 25, 2022
Affirmative Action under Attack Again, Based on the Same Old Bogus Nonsense
With the Supreme Court set to hear yet another attack on affirmative action when it convenes later this year, we look at what these programs mean and why we defend them in the interest of working-class and democratic rights.
Jessica ProzinskiFebruary 25, 2022
16-Year-Old Minneapolis High School Student Speaks Out in Support of a Teachers’ Strike
Teachers in the Twin Cities voted early this morning to go on strike for better wages, student mental health support, and smaller class sizes. A high school student speaks out in support of the teachers.
Left VoiceFebruary 18, 2022