Open container laws criminalize working-class people and make public life less fun. We need to legalize public drinking.
Miles Kampf-Lassin is the web editor of In These Times.
Chicago’s Lori Lightfoot has worked hard to portray herself as a “progressive” mayor. But her coronavirus response has largely shielded the city’s corporate elite — while rejecting policies pushed by democratic socialists on the city council that would benefit working-class residents.
Former Chicago mayor and Obama staffer Rahm Emanuel was a featured commentator during Thursday’s Democratic debate. It was, unsurprisingly, completely terrible.
Popeyes' new chicken sandwich is great. The fast food industry’s labor practices are not. Under democratic socialism, the entire working class would benefit from the spoils of such culinary delights.
Nancy Pelosi’s war of words with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn't about clashing personalities. It's about Democratic elites trying to undercut AOC's bold, left agenda.
Rahm Emanuel is no longer Chicago's mayor. Now he's a pundit. His approach to governance has been an abject failure — nobody should listen to anything he has to say, about politics or anything else.
Chicago is the city where Bernie Sanders first organized as a socialist, struggled for civil rights, and "began to understand the futility of liberalism."
Donald Trump’s economic advisers released a bizarre report attacking socialism yesterday. Socialists can only take one lesson from it: we’re winning.
That Cynthia Nixon is proclaiming herself a socialist shows the ascendance and popularity of left politics, in New York and across the country.
The Amazon sweepstakes is about cities valuing tech profiteers more than their residents.
Chicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool has spent his career putting free-market ideology over the needs of the public.