Bear Ears Monument and the Theft of Navajo Land

The Navajo nation covers 27,000 square miles sprawling across northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico. Geographically, this remote area partially resides within the vast expanse of the Colorado Plateau: 130,000 square miles of wind and rain-sculpted canyons, desert sage, natural

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Too Late? A Horror Story

I agonized on what to title this short piece, designed to highlight the grave problems facing humanity. Is it too late to reverse the direction of global warming and the inevitable catastrophic effects of climate change, and all the other existential threats

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Report from a Massive Frontline: Animal Rights Movement Flourishing

Animal (the kingdom of which humans are a part) liberation is a cause I find to be intrinsically socialist. The struggle for justice includes animals as oppression does not spare them. If the animal rights movement’s waves are any indicator, these practices

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Entryism and the Politics of Cowardice

“Never, and under no circumstances, may the party of the proletariat enter into a party of another class or merge with it organizationally. An absolutely independent party of the proletariat is a first and decisive condition for communist politics.” – Leon Trotsky,

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Immigration Is Not a Moral Problem

Immigration is not a moral problem in itself. I say this because moral problems involve a harm done by one party to another party. Immigrants who come to the United States to work and earn a living for themselves and their families

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The Monster Will Turn on Its Children: The Colonial Roots of Fascism

For those who still believe that fascism could never come to the United States, that the cutting-edge barbarities that characterized the likes of Nazi Germany, Mussolini’s Italy, and the Japanese Empire would, the sight of Koncentration Kamps for Kids has come as

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