The Clinton Resentment Machine

by Binoy Kampmark Nov 7, 2019 Only a sadomasochist could consider it a genuine prospect: A failed presidential candidate Don Quixote keen to make yet another vain tilt at the White House windmill. In the rogues’ gallery of the defective and disturbed, Hillary Clinton can count herself as pre-eminent, a historical creature who should be … Continue reading The Clinton Resentment Machine

A Guide for the Perplexed in 2020

by John Walsh edited by O Society August 1, 2019 The current round of presidential debates is packed with plans, programs, promises, claims and counter-claims. The question, as always, is which candidates are we to believe. The closer we get to an election, unscrupulous candidates tailor what they say to what the voters want to … Continue reading A Guide for the Perplexed in 2020

DnCriminals: the Democrats, a Corrupt Enterprise, Rigged the 2016 Elections, They’ll Do It Again in 2020

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” ~ John F. Kennedy written by Rainer Shea Revolution Dispatch edited by O Society Mar 27, 2019 The Democratic leadership, the mainstream media, and likely most of Hillary Clinton’s supporters will never address the sabotage of American democracy that they were complicit with in 2016. … Continue reading DnCriminals: the Democrats, a Corrupt Enterprise, Rigged the 2016 Elections, They’ll Do It Again in 2020

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King: Face-to-Face

by Most Revolutionary Act Feb 22, 2019 https://youtu.be/3ZrcTENIxo4 Al Jazeera (2018) Film Review This documentary compares and contrasts the anti-racism campaigns of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X during the 1960s. It combines commentary from Black scholars and civil rights activists with vintage footage of the two leaders. Malcolm was highly critical of King for strategies he … Continue reading Malcolm X and Martin Luther King: Face-to-Face

How FDR Saved Capitalism

by Seymour Martin Lipset, Gary Marks Hoover Institution Jan 30, 2001 With the coming of the Great Depression in the 1930s, a sharp increase in protest and anticapitalist sentiment threatened to undermine the existing political system and create new political parties. The findings of diverse opinion polls, as well as the electoral support given to local radical, … Continue reading How FDR Saved Capitalism

10 Steps to Save American Democracy

https://youtu.be/3OUbWJrbzog by Robert Reich Dec 22, 2018 Trump isn’t the only problem. As Big Money floods our political system, and some in power are intent on making it harder for certain people to vote, we need a movement to save our democracy. Here are 10 steps: Number 1: Make voter registration automatic for all eligible voters, … Continue reading 10 Steps to Save American Democracy

Is the Green New Deal a “Revolutionary Reform?”

by Richard Moser Be Freedom Dec 20, 2018 The movement around the Green New Deal is the ultimate testing ground for the kind of political skills and strategy needed to win the most important political battles of all. What do you think of the Green New Deal?  I think we might just have a workable “revolutionary … Continue reading Is the Green New Deal a “Revolutionary Reform?”