I am a Socialist. I am also a manager. I try to wake up and go to work every day with the mindset to help make life in capitalism as bearable as possible for the people I work with. It’s not amazing.
“Would the owner of an ounce of dignity please contact the mall security?” – The Locust What Justin Pearson has done and continues to do as an artist isn’t going to be for everyone. It’s a challenge. Perhaps it’s a threat. Notes
The socialist feminist Crystal Catherine Eastman, once well-known, has been largely forgotten in today’s America – undeservedly so. I have written this article in 2018 on the 90th-year anniversary of her death to bring her life and legacy once again to the public
Rare indeed are the times when members of the radical left – that disheveled mass of ideological zealots, utopian reformists, militant radicals and everything beyond and between – are afforded the opportunity to simply celebrate their alliance with the revolutionary resistance and
More pay! More Free time! More Control! You deserve more. Almost everyone who works for a living earns much, much less than they could. You earn much less than you could. How will you change that? For more than 40 years, wages
Hate groups are similar to a virus. They spread to the next generation by throwing off the baggage of their old self, but at their core is the same disease. To understand them is to inoculate ourselves against the bigotry they advocate.
May Day was initiated in 1884 by the national convention of the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions. It stated that “eight hours shall constitute a legal day’s labor from and after May 1, 1886.” This later became the American Federation
The Socialist Party unequivocally opposes Israel’s violent actions on the Gaza Strip and the slaughter of innocent Palestinians who are only standing in opposition to the illegal occupation of their homeland. We further condemn Donald Trump’s decision to move the United States
South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Finland, United Kingdom, Canada, Netherlands, Ireland, and Poland. What do these nations have in common? They’re all ranked the top ten schools for education while the U.S. ranks 14th. We rank 24th in the world for
I became a parent more suddenly than most people. The hows and whys aren’t important, but within a few months of meeting them, I became the “mother” of 7-year-old twins and their 8 year old sibling. While I didn’t really have time