The Iraq War “Over?” On the 31st of August 2010, the last Stryker division of America’s combat forces crossed the border into Kuwait. While the reduction of the number of occupying forces isn’t an unwelcome development, the reality is that… Read More ›
Press Releases and official statements from the American Party of Labor.
The Controversy The American press has manufactured an infamous controversy over the incorrectly-named “Ground Zero Mosque.” It is nearly impossible for us to resist such an easy opportunity to highlight the boundless stupidity of the right, which shines brighter than… Read More ›
On August 4, 2010, Chief Judge Vaughn Walker struck down Proposition 8, a ballot initiative passed in California in November 2008 which had previously prevented any same-sex couples from getting married. In his statement, he ruled that the proposition violated… Read More ›
Among the fallacies Americans have come to accept regarding communism, one of the most prevalent is the notion that communism is anti-American and threatens the “sacred foundations” of our presumed American freedom. During the Red Scares and the era of… Read More ›
Accusations of Warmongering On March 26th, the Cheonan, a South Korean warship was sunk close to the disputed maritime border. The 1200-ton vessel was split into two and sunk 8 miles from North Korea and 150 from the South Korean… Read More ›
Today is the 4th of July, a holiday celebrated all over the nation as the date of American Independence from the British crown. I was considering burning an American flag to protest US foreign policy, imperial aggression, indigenous holocaust, sponsorship… Read More ›