Tyler Wall is a sociology professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, formerly an associate professor for the EKU School of Justice Studies. He received his doctorate of philosophy in justice studies from Arizona State University. His work focuses on the politics of
Statement passed by the National Action Committee, 8/12/17 The Socialist Party condemns the cowardly act of right-wing terrorism in Charlottesville in which anti-fascist comrades were murdered and many more injured. The oblivious response by Trump and weak response by other politicians of
Democrats and liberal media outlets fell in behind the President to support intervention in Venezuela; starting publicly with sanctions and headlines announcing that socialism is threatening democracy there. Ominously, the US is accusing Maduro’s government of organizing an election to an assembly
Regardless of which mainstream media venue one chooses to entertain – be it CNN, the New York Times, or the Wall Street Journal, the result, in terms of coverage allocation dedicated to this “new” political geography under President Donald J. Trump, is the same.
On the morning of June 30, the Lebanese Army raided two Syrian refugee camps near the border town of Arsal, under the magical guise of anti-terrorism. During these raids, at least several people were killed, including a young girl, and some soldiers