Submitted by With Sober Senses on Jan 28 2017 22:09
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 28 2017 07:41
Democratic Party icon Robert Rubin's evasion of prosecution for criminal activities related to the housing bubble represents a notable triumph in the history of neoliberalism.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Jan 25 2017 09:27
Workplace report for WorkersWildWest no.5 and leaflet for future distribution. Main challenge will be the migrant status of workers - there have been various police raids in the plant - and the language and contract division.
Submitted by Hieronymous on Jan 23 2017 01:02
With the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States, protests occurred in at least 370 cities around the world. The following is a subjective account of the Women's Marches that filled the streets of Oakland and San Francisco, California with hundreds of thousands on January 21, 2017.
Submitted by Ed on Jan 22 2017 12:08
Feels like it's been a long time since we've done any top tens but if anything needed it, it's this: here's our top ten Richard Spencer getting punched in the face remix videos, in no particular order.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Jan 20 2017 08:09
A critique of the social democratic argument that increasing taxation on LNG companies is part of a viable strategy for a better society.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Jan 17 2017 21:58
A good friend and former colleague of ours from west London worked at Amazon in Hemel Hempstead in the run up to Christmas 2016.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 16 2017 17:00
The Obama administration's approach to illegal immigration was to severely enforce penalties for immigration related crimes. This approach led to record deportation numbers and an unprecedented explosion in the immigrant prisoner population.
Submitted by AnarchoDoom on Jan 15 2017 21:48
A very brief look at some examples of radical schooling in Liverpool during the 20th century. A version of this article appeared in The Blast, a non-regular publication of Liverpool Class Action.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 12 2017 01:20
As Obama leaves office, a quick look back at a little known chapter in his administration reveals much about his presidency.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Jan 8 2017 20:32
We felt like writing a basic article about workers' solidarity and daily resistance. It addresses the atmosphere we face at work, where the management regime is so rigid that even small collective steps seem like minor revolutions. The article will be published and circulated in our newspaper WorkersWildWest no.5
Submitted by OliverTwister on Jan 4 2017 19:38
Discretely, almost silently, something is happening which will have serious consequences for the future of the international Anarchist movement: the reorganization of anarcho-syndicalism on a global scope, at the initiative of the CNT. Following the agreements of its XI Congress in 2015, the CNT – together with the German FAU and the Italian USI – has organized an international conference of anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary unions (November 26-27, Bilbao). To understand the goals of this conference, we have interviewed people from the working group of the CNT’s International Secretary, in a conversation which aims to go to the root of the question, without dogmatism or mythology.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 2 2017 00:18
Hidden from the media narrative of Russian cyber sabotage is the content of the DNC leaks, and how the leaks revealed the arrogance and corruption of the Democratic Party elite.
Submitted by Comrade Motopu on Dec 31 2016 01:21
A review of a science fiction novel by political writer and MaximumRockNRoll columnist G.A. Matiasz.
Submitted by OliverTwister on Dec 29 2016 19:28
Submitted by Soapy on Dec 28 2016 19:48
The catastrophic election results have left Democratic Party hacks lashing out at, well, pretty much everyone for failing to support their miserable candidate.
Submitted by libcom on Dec 28 2016 12:25
An overview of visits to libcom.org over the past year.
Submitted by Hieronymous on Dec 25 2016 18:17
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, founded in Oakland, California. I went to the Oakland Museum of California to see the exhibit "All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50" and it got me to reflect on how the Panthers and other movements of that era affected many radical projects that continued in their legacy.
Submitted by Nate on Dec 24 2016 05:34
Short review of three books on migration, the drug trade, the drug war, and violence in Mexico and Central America.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Dec 22 2016 11:04
In this episode of Living the Dream (a podcast from The Word From Struggle Street a collaborative anti-capitalist blog from Brisbane) Jon (@jonpiccini) and Dave (@withsobersenses) talk about the weird as hell political environment of the Age of Trump.