Republicans could not have conquered the labor stronghold of Wisconsin without the complacency of the Democratic Party.
Luke Savage is a staff writer at Jacobin.
Decrying “tribalism” is a favorite pastime of American elites, but the real problem is the unity among them.
A new book of essays edited by UK Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell makes the case for economic democracy and charts the increasingly transformative thinking of Corbyn's Labour Party.
Yesterday's midterms were a rebuke to Trump. But America’s decades-long shift to the right won't be undone with Democratic Party liberalism.
More and more people are calling themselves democratic socialists. That’s a very good thing if you care about the cause of human freedom.
David Frum's new book promises a searing indictment of Donald Trump. What it delivers is an elite-friendly defense of the rotten system that produced him.
Throughout his career, Bill Maher has delighted in scolding the powerless.
Technocratic liberalism prides itself on having no ideology to speak of — which is itself the most dogmatic ideology of them all.
Trump’s populist image was always a mirage. His administration will be a Trojan horse for lobbyists, Washington insiders, and Wall Street.
Wikileaks’ latest document dump vindicates Bernie Sanders' critique of Hillary Clinton and the Washington establishment.
Critics charge that party democracy is the road to ruin for Labour and others. Here's why they're wrong.
The problem of the day isn't too much democracy. It's the accumulation of power by elites.
Rob Ford's toxic political career grew out of an urban class divide that won't perish with him.
Michael Moore’s new film idealizes progressive reforms abroad while ignoring the political struggles it took to win them.
Equating the Sanders and Trump campaigns is meant to obscure their real political differences and defend the neoliberal consensus.
Despite the defeat of Harperism in yesterday's Canadian election, the Liberals' victory leaves little to celebrate.
The “New Atheists” have gained traction because they give intellectual cover to Western imperialism.
Scottish independence achieved mass support because it gave ordinary people the sense that they can control their own destiny.