As US State Department scrambles to avoid embarrassment at Summit for the Americas in LA, the People’s Summit for Democracy at same time and place has support of 200+ groups
Articles and OpEd’s by author Dee Knight
Newsletter: Setting the record straight on the proxy war in Ukraine seems crucial to me now.
Joe Biden “sparked a global uproar” on March 26, declaring Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”
“Shock and awe” was George Bush’s name for his “Desert Storm” attack on Iraq in 1990-91. A UN report described it as “near apocalyptic.”
Threats and counter-threats flying between Washington and Moscow over Ukraine have caused a flurry of fear and confusion.
President Biden’s December 9-10 “Summit for Democracy” has already stirred up a storm, predictably enough.
“Our responsibility… is to ensure that the competition between our countries does not veer into conflict, whether intended or unintended.”
There have been more than 3,800 reported anti-Asian hate incidents in the US since the start of the pandemic, according to Stop AAPI Hate.
The constant charges of “voter fraud” – really a campaign of attempted suppression of Black voters – hearken back to the Jim Crow era.
The pandemic has changed everything … Solidarity is making a comeback. Some is real, and then there’s the congressional version.
We live in unprecedented times, and the transition to a just society will not happen on November 4 … There is enormous potential.
I may write about many different books here, but the top two for now are Crash Course: from the Good War to the Forever War, by H. Bruce Franklin, and Turn the Guns Around: Mutinies, Soldier Revolts and Revolutions,?by my friend John Catalinotto, an organizer of the...
The recent fawning canonization of George HW Bush (senior) on the occasion of his death was really too much for me. So I appreciate the comments of Glen Ford of Blackagendareport.com. He said, in part:? The daily whitewashing of imperial crimes that masquerades as...