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  • Your Li'l Orange President: NOT Fake News!
    Congratulations, smart American shopper! You have just overcome months of electorally induced PTSD by purchasing a Li'l Orange President®! These droll, five-inch-high orange neo-fascist dudes are living genetic replicas of our current U.S...
  • Loving the Library (Play List)
    Becoming a Dad, I found my way back to libraries.  My local libraries is hip to technology yet old school quiet and great. How wealthy we are as a people with these shared and cherished resources. Check out my library story and some recommend...
  • IN BETWEEN WHAT?
    In Between is an Israeli film written and directed by a Palestinian Israeli, Maysaloun Hamoud. She describes it as ‘an authentic picture of a kind of invisible life that we live here (i.e. in Israel) as a younger generation of Palestinian...
  • "Hatred and Pity": James Baldwin in "I Am Not Your Negro"
    Anyone interested in race and civil rights needs to see this film. It's based on thirty pages of notes compiled by James Baldwin for a book about the most famous of the slain martyrs of the Civil Rights movement: Martin Luther King, Malcolm X...
  • Herman Bell's Beat-Down
    "Why don't you Americans drop the bullshit about the land of the free and the home of the brave? Admit you're now basically a tinpot dictatorship." This, from my playwright friend Diane in London, with whom I'm Skyping. I've ju...
  • Welcome to the Witch Hunt
    My local Labour controlled council has just voted, like other councils, as well as universities and the UK government, to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism. This consists of a rather loose basic ...
  • Peter Kuper's eerily prescient comic from 27 years ago
    Peter Kuper's eerily prescient comic that presaged the current administration, originally posted in Heavy Metal magazine, 27 years ago. It has also been republished in color in Peter's book Drawn to New York: An Illustrated Chronicle of Three Deca...
  • ME, GEORGES BRASSENS & THE LAST CHANCE. A shaggy dog story.
    My first solo recording was in 1962, an ep for Topic Records called Songs for City Squares. It wasn’t my choice of title. I followed that up with an LP called Songs for Sceptical Circles. What next? Songs for Truculent Triangles? Songs for Q...
  • Forty Years Later, Can Punk Still Provoke?
    P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } In 1977, punk took hold on both sides of the Atlantic. For guttersnipes from Los Angeles to Amsterdam, the spring sortie from The Clash rang clear: “No Elvis, Beatles, or The Rolling Stones / In 1977”
  • Karl Marx reflects on the Subject of Confederation
    Deep in the archives of the Society for the History of Anarchism and Marxism, (SHAM) I discovered a hitherto unknown letter from Karl Marx to Friedrich Engels. Dated 21 July 1867, the bulk of the letter is a reaction to the confederation of Canada...
  • A Spirit of Militancy
    A review of "Urban Revolt: State Power and the Rise of People’s Movements in the Global South".
  • In NAFTA talk, uncertainty reigns for suppliers and manufacturers
    The first round of talks to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ended Aug. 20 in Washington, D.C. Round two of negotiations is set for Sept. 1-5 in Mexico City. What is at stake for U.S. supply chains and manufacturers?
  • The NAFTA Consensus
    By Richard Roman/Edur Velasco ArreguiOriginally posted in JacobinThe North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks started on August 16 with very little of the fire and fury Donald Trump had promised during his campaign. His pledge to abolis...
  • Pacifism as Pathology in Essential Reading: Charlottesville
    Your Lit Review hosts Monica Trinidad & Page May have compiled some essential reading homework in light of recent events in Charlottesville. We must remember that the roots of white supremacy are deep, and our ancestors have fought them from d...
  • NLG Book Review: A Tilted Guide to Being a Defendant
    A Tilted Guide to Being a Defendant was written for those political defendants and their supporters who want to stop the state from “[using] criminal charges to dismantle, destroy, and neutralize radical movements.” The Tilted Scale...
  • Too Much Trumpery
    Another headline featuring Donald Trump’s antics. Another email from Daily Action asking me to express my opposition to the latest example of Trump buffoonery. Another sombre article by the Guardian’s Jonathan Freedland warning us ...
  • Such Great Heights: Icarus and American Democracy
    If you love cycling, amateur sports, or democracy, check out Icarus (2017), a Netflix documentary with a cumulative rottentomatoes.com score as high as Citizen Kane’s.Here’s the hook: filmmaker and amateur cyclist Bryan Fogel rides th...
  • The Social Democratic Assassin
    Vienna press Promedia has republished the transcripts from the trial against Friedrich Adler, who shot and killed Austrian minister-president Karl Graf Stürgkh in October 1916.
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