Union Yes! Supporting a Worker's Right to Choose

Passage of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) has been organized labor's first priority as the new Congress convened. For those still making up their minds it should be helpful to consider how the forces are lining up.


Who is the Real Bill Richardson?

Progressives are not immune to the 'national pastime' of selecting ones favorite candidate for the Democratic Party presidential nomination for 2008.


A Woman in the White House

Today, according to political watchers and pundits, money-men and mainstream media, the United States has its first formidable female contender for the Presidency of the United States. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton! As a politically active woman who desires equality in office, Mrs. Clinton's candidacy should rally my support. But sadly, it does not!


Bush Indictment Drafted by Former Federal Prosecutor

Elizabeth de la Vega, a former federal prosecutor, has written a new best-selling book, US v. Bush, which includes a federal indictment against President George W. Bush and other top administration officials for conspiracy to defraud US Congress and the American people over the need to invade Iraq.


Bush Espouses Home-Grown Master Race Philosophy

Rather than submit disputes to international arbitration or have United Nations peace-keepers get involved, Bush, like his father before him and presidents Nixon and Johnson, the Viet Nam war-makers, prefers to take international law into his own hands.

The Coming Fascist Surge

How often have we been told that when fascism comes to the USA it will be wrapped in the American flag and spouting patriotic slogans and speeches? I don't want to suggest that that day is near.


Un-President's Day: Until You Change How Money Works, You Change Nothing

All-too frequently I encounter activists who don’t like to talk about money. While they crusade loudly for “economic justice”, they resist talking about their own relationship with money as if it were somehow an X-rated topic on par with sexuality or bathroom habits.


Congress and Class Struggle

The communist idea requires its adherents to analyze, understand and participate in class struggle as it is, not as they wish it could be. This is the spirit of thought and practice that should frame our understanding of the current battles between Congress and the Bush administration.


Beyond Oral Sex: The Bush Investigations

The last time Congress was controlled by the party in opposition to the White House, we all learned more than we cared to know about the uses of cigars. This time the need for investigations is much more serious. Congress could probably spend three decades profitably examining the last six years of the Bush administration.

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