A View from the Third World: A letter in response to Michael Moore’s “America is not broke” speech in Wisconsin

A View from the Third World: A letter in response to Michael Moore’s “America is not broke” speech in Wisconsin.Hersh Zakheim Rebelión [Creative Commons]Dear Michael Moore,I had the opportunity to read the text of your March 5, 2011 speech in Madison during the recent events in Wisconsin.  I would like to share with you some thoughts regarding your statements.

Germany: The Greens Win the Day in Two State Elections

The two German state elections Sunday were of key importance – but only one party found the proper keyhole.

8,000 Rally against Georgia Anti-Immigrant Bills

Original source: The Atlanta Progressive News

Chasing the Chinese Dream

Original source: Beijing ReviewPeople’s pursuit of better lives pushes the nation forwardThe belief that anyone can live a better life in the United States through hard work is called the American Dream.

Libya, Atoms, and a State Election

This report was supposed to concentrate on results of the vote in Saxony-Anhalt, the second in a long string of German state elections in 2011.

Tax the Rich: Democrats Introduce Deficit-cutting Bill

According to recent public opinion polls, more than eight in 10 Americans want the rich to pay a fair share to cut the deficit.

Letter to My Fellow Michiganders

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Wisconsin Subterfuge Violates American Democratic Values

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and his crew of country club conservatives this week brutalized the nation's democratic traditions to secure legislation demanded by big corporations and billionaire conservative financiers like the Koch brothers – legislation stripping workers of collective bargaining rights.

We Are Not Going Back: Racism, the Right, and the Push Forward

Editor's note: This article was based on a “Black History Talk” given at the Workers Center in Chicago on Feb. 24, 2011.There is a tremendous battle waging in our country.

One Test of the strength of a Democracy

One Test of the strength of a the participation of youth in the political process.

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