Trump is preparing a full-scale trade war with China, with potentially devastating consequences for the world economy.
Trump’s proposed 2019 budget includes drastic cuts to public assistance programs. This will only increase the misery already faced by millions of Americans who struggle with hunger.
Only the working class can build a globally connected network of production, distribution, and exchange, based on solidarity and human need.
There are more than five times as many vacant homes as homeless people in the US, but the “invisible hand” of the market is completely disinterested in those at the bottom of society.
If Trump carries through on his threats to impose big tariffs on steel and aluminum, the world economy could plunge into another deep slump.
The Republican tax plan was, in fact, made possible by the Democrats’ purely cosmetic resistance to it. This is because both parties fundamentally agree: working people must pay.
The student loan industry’s parasitism is matched by the Democratic Party’s unwillingness to take them on.
Alan Woods discusses the current turbulence and volatility in the global economic, political, and social situation.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker recently made a big announcement: Foxconn is coming to town.
Two hurricanes have crashed into the Southeast in the last two weeks, and, as always, the poorest have been hit the hardest.
Corporate cannibalism in the reckless pursuit of profits will lead to increased rents, a drop in real wages, and mass firings for the working class.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has declared a “State of Emergency” for the Metropolitan Transit Authority.