51% of millennials have an unfavorable opinion of capitalism, a revolutionary change for a country like the United States. Already, they are the largest group of eligible voters for the 2016 national elections, and their turnout will only improve in time.
Paul Krugman is up to his usual liberal shenanigans, this time giving a justification for identity politics, postulating that Hillary and Trump won their respective contests by focusing on inequality between groups as opposed to individuals. An excellent exemplar of unexamined ideology.
A poll that indicates strong democratic support for Sanders running as an independent, being chosen as VP or otherwise getting a major role inside the party.
An article about two American anarchists going to Rojava to fight in solidarity with the YPG.
Video about google rigging search suggestions for Clinton.
On how Democrats are reading Clinton’s victory as the end of a progressive rebellion and not the beginning.
Ever wonder how it’s so easy for billionaires and corporations to stash money in panama and other places? This is how. Leave it to crypto anarcho-capitalists to use concepts like “tax competition” among countries to give the Bourgeoisie another break.
An oped on the wonders of free trade, which conveniently disregards that the money saved by using cheap labor goes to owners as much as customers, that the boost in corporate profits comes at the expense of workers.
The revolutionary forces of Rojava have just surrounded the ISIS stronghold of Manbij and have begun the battle for the city itself.
One of the finer points of this article was that it is likely not Hispanic support that put Obama over the top in 2012 but economic populism regarding the auto bailout and Romney’s plutocratic background among white voters. This may indicate that it will be whoever plays identity politics the most will be the looser between Hillary and Trump, since Trump still needs to retain what minority support Romney had and Hillary needs what white support Obama had in 2012.
Things aren’t boding well for Clinton in the email investigation, looks like there were emails about approving airstrikes in Pakistan on her server that were vital to national security.
France is doing everything it can to protect its image from any ill effects during the Euro soccer tournament despite ongoing strikes over proposed labor law changes, everything except yield to the will of the people that is.
Great article about how the Verizon workers strike might herald a return to militant tactics by unions.
American workers are finally speaking out about shady practices involved in layoffs, despite dystopic legal agreements meant to gag them.
Podemos is leading a leftist coalition to new heights in Spanish politics, threatening to unseat the center left “”””””socialist””””” party.
In other news, Maoists still exist apparently.