With the economy growing worse by the day, Street Sweeper Social Club (SSSC) has released their self-titled debut album in an effort to capture the discontent and anger felt by the working class through music.
For the uninitiated, Propagandhi is one of the most outspoken political bands in North America. Beginning with 1993’s “How to Clean Everything”, Propagandhi was loud, fast and vocal. While there were many changes in members, […]
Capsule review of the new, self-titled album from the political hardcore/thrash band, Bring Down the Hammer.
This article reviews the TV series, The Wire and points out how well the series does to depict a capitalist society in decay.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he [Utah Phillips] grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah where he spent many years of his life, always having a love-hate relationship with his adopted state. It was here he […]
In this article Jay Rothemel gives a review of the movie, Traitor.
The much ballyhooed movie There Will Be Blood is supposedly based upon Upton Sinclair’s 1927 novel Oil!, but it surely miscasts Sinclair’s focus and technique. The movie limits itself to a study of a manic, […]
George Carlin, the American comedian, died of heart failure on June 22 at the age of 71. His fans will remember him for many things, from his “Seven Dirty Words” act, to narrating children’s television […]
A recent event in Portland Oregon highlighted the interest that average people have in the ongoing events in Oaxaca, showcasing the dormant political energy that many are desperately trying to direct into action.