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To Zombie Civil Rights Organizations: Don’t Like Being Called Sellouts? Then Don’t Sell Out

To Zombie Civil Rights Organizations: Don’t Like Being Called Sellouts? Then Don’t Sell Out

OpEds— by BAR managing editor Bruce A. Dixon An August 11 letter published by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson in the newsletter of MMTC, a notorious mouthpiece of corporate telecoms protests… Read the rest
Obama administration “review” aimed at systematizing transfer of military arms to police

Obama administration “review” aimed at systematizing transfer of military arms to police

By Andre Damon. Originally published at WSWS. Under the pretense of reining in police militarization in the aftermath of the crackdown on protests in Ferguson, Missouri, the Obama administration has… Read the rest
‘Unbalanced Recovery’: Wages Falling, Low-Paid Jobs Rising Across US

‘Unbalanced Recovery’: Wages Falling, Low-Paid Jobs Rising Across US

By Nancy Prupis of CommonDreams. While wages have declined across all sectors in the years following the financial crash of 2008, low-paid workers have been hit the hardest, the National… Read the rest
Africa and US Imperialism. America in Competition with China?

Africa and US Imperialism. America in Competition with China?

By Abayomi Azikiwe. The White House attempts to buy goodwill on the continent amid escalation in militarism A much-anticipated summit at the State Department and White House was held during… Read the rest
Cold War Two

Cold War Two

By William Blum, Contributing Editor. Anti-Empire Report 131: Cold War Two During Cold War One those of us in the American radical left were often placed in the position where… Read the rest
Like Walmart, only with supercomputers and drones: At Amazon.com “cheap” comes at a very hefty price

Like Walmart, only with supercomputers and drones: At Amazon.com “cheap” comes at a very hefty price

By Jim Hightower. Republished from Hightower Lowdown. In his classic 1936 Comedy, ModernTimes, silent filmmaker Charlie Chaplin depicted the trials and tribulations of a harried factory worker trying to cope… Read the rest
The Class War Goes Retail

The Class War Goes Retail

By Emily Schwartz Greco and William A. Collins. Originally published at Other Words. For the first time since 1997, the U.S. economy just added at least 200,000 jobs per month… Read the rest
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