Just like always, the corporate media’s coverage of the recent Israeli strikes against Gaza was blatantly one-sided. The truth is simple: Israel must end its occupation and its bombings and finally recognize the Palestinian people as equals.
Bolivia’s ousted vice president Álvaro García Linera told Jacobin about last Sunday’s coup d’état and the murderous violence now being unleashed against Evo Morales’s supporters.
Ignore the media spin — Jeremy Corbyn was the clear winner of last night's debate. But to defeat Boris Johnson, he'll need to make sharper attacks on the Tories’ shameful record.
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A new report offers hard evidence for what you already suspected: MSNBC is riding hard against Bernie.
Labour’s manifesto will be published tomorrow, and a Green New Deal will be a part of it. It’s a major victory for climate activists and the Left — if we can keep its bold vision intact.
For three decades, the “extreme center” has silenced all alternatives to neoliberalism, presenting itself as above challenge. But as Tariq Ali insists, there is an alternative — and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour is offering it.
The polls are all over the place, but Bernie Sanders has a trick up his sleeve: no other candidate in the Democratic primary boasts such a deeply devoted support base. Come the general election, that deep enthusiasm for Sanders will be crucial for beating Donald Trump.
“Medicare for All isn’t politically viable” is the refrain from the pundits. But how many non-pundits have they actually talked to about Medicare for All? Democratic Socialists of America activists have been going door-to-door talking to thousands — here’s what they’ve been hearing.
One week after being ousted by the military, Bolivian vice president Álvaro García Linera writes that the force behind the coup against Evo Morales was elite revenge — stealing power back from the poor and indigenous Bolivians who benefited most from his presidency.
The Tories have tried to undermine the National Health Service since its creation. And now they’re attempting to privatize its services — making handsome profits in the process.
Labour’s critics are horrified that the party would stoop so low: proposing popular policies like free broadband and more public holidays. It’s understandable they’re surprised — before Jeremy Corbyn arrived, the Tories and New Labour spent years insisting that life in the UK can’t get better.