Bulletins

Report Back From a Families Belong Together Event

The Impossibility of a Socialist Representative Without a Workers’ Party

On the election of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

The Ministry of Cruelty

Mass Action in the Air

By the end of May, 300,000 private sector workers will submit strike ballots. As statewide strikes by public school workers continue to spread across the country, dozens of workplaces– big and small– in a variety of industries are idled by strikes. Mass action is a distinct and definite possibility right now.

The 100,000: May Day 2018

The state of the class struggle in the United States on May Day 2018. Over 100,000 workers on strike since January 2018.

Of Trade and War

Deficits are secondary to overproduction

Sparks Into Flames

After West Virginia, the strike wave continues to spread across the United States: strikes by teachers and other public school workers are carrying strike fever to other sectors, trades and categories of workers.

The International Women’s Strike

Millions of women took to the streets and picket lines on International Women’s Day 2018. The struggle has many similarities to the Day Without Immigrants strikes and demonstrations.

Not All Strikes Are Created Equal

An analysis of the end of the public school strike in West Virginia and continuing coverage of the ongoing strike at Frontier Communications.

Bookending the Working Class

The Janus Case and unionized labor

2 Strikes, 1 Struggle: The Significance of the Communications Workers Strike in West Virginia

At 12:01am March 4th, 1400 communications workers struck statewide in West Virginia and in Ashburn, Virginia. There are now 2 statewide strikes ongoing in West Virginia, one in the public sector, one in the private sector. Mass action is a possibility and ‘Strike’ is the watchword.

7 Days Out

Report on day 7 of the statewide public school workers’ strike in West Virginia and the rejection by the workers of the first settlement.

West Virginia Teachers To Strike

West Virginia public school workers of all trades, both union and non-union, have voted overwhelmingly for a statewide strike.

The Friends of Enemies

Attacks on migrants are attacks on workers as a class

Net Neutrality Does Not Protect the Internet for the Working Class

Consumers are unimportant, classes are.

Don’t Cry For Me, Catalonia

Class Struggle vs. Secession

Puerto Dolor

The Disaster is Social, not Natural

For the Creation of a Workers’ Committee for Workers’ Aid

Following a disappointing showing after the Durham statue toppling, an attempt to redirect efforts towards working class organizing.

Why we are not anti antifa; Why we are anti-anti antifa

Clear as can be

Report Back from and Critical Analysis of Triangle People’s Assembly

Report Back from Durham: Statue Toppling

After Charlottesville

Charlottesville, Results and Prospects

Out The Window

Libcom?  Did I really write something about Libcom?

(Great) (White) Hope(s) Spring(s) Eternal

Tsipras?  That’s so yesterday.  Get with it.  Corbyn’s the one.

Grenfell Burning

Arson isn’t just a metaphor.

Congress Must Act!

Save the 2nd Amendment; restore full benefits to the Congress.

State of the Class Struggle

Report on the state of the class struggle in the United States on May Day 2017.

The Hardest Thing

Just because you’re right, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to be smarter.

Following Up, or Down

Lending a hand to the Northstar.

Dogs, Licensed

On the attacks upon immigrants.

FAQ

What is Trumpism?

In the Beginning…..

The ghost of the slaveholders’ republic

Of Blind Spots and Bollocks

Here it comes….

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