Smithfield CEO Joseph Luter III Elected 2008 'Grinch of the Year'

With 28% of nearly 10,000 votes cast, Smithfield Chairman Joseph Luter III narrowly beat out American Airlines CEO Gerard Arpey to win the seventh annual online 'Grinch of the Year' election sponsored by National Jobs with Justice.


Always Moving Toward Justice

Fairly commonly these days, poets end their volumes with a short prose section, usually footnotes or glosses on the poems.


Fate of Bolivia Uncertain

Bolivia’s governing party and opposition are once again measuring their strength Wednesday, leading the nation to a dangerous path with an uncertain ending.


People's Weekly World Takes on Top Stories of 2008

First of all, the People’s Weekly World (which continues the Daily Worker, founded in 1924) has a very long history of what we call working-class journalism.


Political Affairs to Cover African National Congress Meeting

The African National Congress (ANC) will meet for its 52nd national congress beginning December 16th in the Limpopo province of South Africa to both chart its political course and to elect its new leadership collective.


They can do it to all of us

Politicians are constantly regurgitating a false belief that national security is more important than the rights of individuals. They are willing to do whatever it takes to keep America 'safe from the terrorists' - even at the expense of civil liberties and basic human rights.


Venezuela: Temporary Reversal of an Indispensable Reform

A deafening but dissonant chorus sung by rightists, centrists and false leftists is celebrating the result rejecting the Venezuelan constitutional reform by less than one percentage point.


The Sound and Fury of George W. Bush

He envisions himself as a great leader who stands on principle, even when he stands alone, and equates his thick-headed stubbornness and uncompromising nature to Lincoln's courage to stand alone for a great cause.


U.S. Companies Behind Anti-Reform Propaganda in Venezuela

Thousands of Venezuelans, many of them Chavez supporters, have bought the exaggerations and lies about Venezuela's Constitutional Reform that have been circulating across the country for months.

President Morales Calls for Dialogue in Bolivia

Bolivian president, Evo Morales, called for constructive talks with government and business to debate the investment of national resources and the fight against corruption.