Interview: Grégoire Lalieu & Michel Collon After Tunisia and Egypt, has the Arab revolution reached Libya ? What is happening at the moment in Libya is different. In Tunisia and Egypt, the lack of freedom was flagrant. However, it was… Read More ›
Women and LGBTQ+
News Relating to Gender Equality, Identity, Women’s Struggles, and the Fight Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
A city cop on trial for allegedly raping a drunk East Village woman is claiming he didn’t have sex with her – he only counseled her about the dangers of booze. Officer Kenneth Moreno “kissed her shoulder” and rubbed the… Read More ›
The capitalist system, by its very construction, requires systems of stratification to perpetuate itself. These systems serve many functions, but chief among them is as a means of dividing workers against one another. To distract and befuddle the endeavors of… Read More ›
The Man & the Myth “I’d like to harness their youthful energy with a strap.”–Concerning student demonstrations in California, 1966 “The entire graduated income tax structure was created by Karl Marx. It has no justification in getting government revenue.”–During the… 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 ›