Michael Simms: Civilization and Her Discontents
On the morning of the important day, Civilization woke up on the wrong side of bed again, rolled over and fell on the floor.
Stephen Dobyns: Fly
They can hide. What’s the point of hiding?
They can run. Why bother running?
They feel defeated by the world’s terrors.
Laura Flanders: Is Donald Trump Responsible for Violence? Yes.
Is Donald Trump responsible for unhinged violence against innocent people? Absolutely. You only have to look at Yemen to see that. Since pipe bombs started targeting prominent critics of the … Continue reading →
Marc Jampole: What the Murders Teach Us
Antisemitism was the cause, but automatic weapons were the method. Reactions by Jews and non-Jews to the massacre of 11 people at Tree Of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh overwhelmed my … Continue reading →
Henry Giroux: Trump’s act of state terrorism against children
State terrorism comes in many forms, but one of its most cruel and revolting expressions is when it is aimed at children. Even though U.S. President Donald Trump backed down … Continue reading →
Arnold R. Isaacs: The False Case Against ‘Foreign-Born Terrorists’
When you see an immigrant or a foreign visitor, especially from a Muslim country, should your first thought be that you might be looking at a possible terrorist? Clearly, that’s … Continue reading →
Chris Hedges: How We Fight Fascism
In 1923 the radical socialist and feminist Clara Zetkin gave a report at the Communist International about the emergence of a political movement called fascism. Fascism, then in its infancy, … Continue reading →
Video: Chris Hedges — “Fascism in the Age of Trump”
. Journalist, author and war correspondent Chris Hedges spoke at The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy NY on November 10, 2017 on fascism and empire in the age of … Continue reading →
Bob Burnett: One Year Later — 10 Lessons Learned From the Trump Presidency
The November 7 results suggest that the midterm election will be about change, throwing Republican white guys out of house. Trump has given the resistance enough ammunition that it doesn’t … Continue reading →
Video: A Night at the Garden
. What would American fascism look like? A 1939 New York rally offered more than a hint ‘We, with American ideals, demand that our government shall be returned to the … Continue reading →
Fred Everett Maus: Recent Days in Charlottesville
It has been one month since the events of August 11-12. This morning, University of Virginia students in first-year dorms wake up to find anti-Muslim pamphlets. In the afternoon, an … Continue reading →
Chris Hedges: How ‘Antifa’ Mirrors the ‘Alt-Right’
Editor’s note: A Berkeley, Calif., rally organized by a right-wing group turned violent Sunday after arrival of a group that carried an anarchist banner. Behind the rhetoric of the “alt-right” … Continue reading →
Jose Padua: To the Trump Supporter Who Called Me and My Kids Dirtbags
Because I try to respond to racism and ignorance with something positive, intelligent, and sophisticated, and because I always try to set a good example for my children, but mostly … Continue reading →
Matthew Chapman: UN Issues Rare Warning about Racism in America
A United Nations committee on racism flagged America for a rare formal warning usually reserved for developing nations experiencing ethnic violence. Despite Donald Trump’s campaign promises to restore international respect … Continue reading →