From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the capitalists’ main concern was to continue production to keep the stream of profits flowing. In response, workers have launched wildcat strikes in the US and around the […]
As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in society and the economy, ICE is sparing no effort to maintain repression against migrants—actively undermining efforts to mitigate the spread of the virus in the name of “homeland […]
The most nefarious element in the response to the COVID-19 crisis are the actions of those seeking to make top dollar from the artificial scarcity and oligopoly of the American healthcare system in this time […]
US prisons have long been inhumane and overcrowded facilities where poor people are arbitrarily confined in horrible conditions. The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to escalate this to new levels.
Social distancing in and of itself is an iron necessity for addressing the spread of COVID-19. However, the capitalist state cannot coordinate the response required to stem the disease significantly.
Faced with the threat of contagion, L.A.’s homeless are organizing to protect their lives. Several people, among them working families, have begun occupying vacant houses.
The devastation of the coronavirus pandemic is a product of capitalism, a system that puts profit over the lives of people. Only a revolutionary socialist program can end this nightmare!
NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio’s treatment of the NYC Public Schools is an indictment of capitalism’s prioritization of profits over the well-being and safety of its youth and workers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged American society into panic. With confirmed cases and the death toll rising by the hour, capitalism has already proved incapable of dealing with this crisis.
The outcome of Super Tuesday has been gleefully celebrated in the bourgeois media. They see Biden’s “comeback” as the best way to put an end to Bernie’s momentum, which is seen as a major threat […]
Following the debacle in Iowa, the race for the 2020 Democratic Party’s presidential nomination focused on New Hampshire. Unsurprisingly, Sanders came out on top.
The contradictory impasse of capitalism has led to skyrocketing housing costs and homelessness—while at the same time, millions of homes stand empty.