The current administration of Donald Trump stands for re-election. What does it mean for us?
The rage felt across the country has been building up as a result of hundreds of years of systemic racism, economic oppression, and exploitation.
The pandemic has created a crisis of unheard-of proportions, massive layoffs of workers, and the near total shutdown of the U.S. capitalist economy.
President Trump has given orders to deploy the elite tactical ICE unit BORTAC to Sanctuary cities throughout the country.
Recent polls show Sanders as the top Democratic presidential candidate choice among Latino Democrats. He has a particular strength with young Latinos.
EDITORIAL: Zero tolerance policy towards migrants and refugees, now it’s been proposed for the Homeless
Trump administration proposes to round up houseless people and put them in concentration camps or to banish them to the desert.
What is at stake is whom government serves. Is it Wall Street and corporations? or is it humanity?
Our country has crossed a point of no return. It is either worsening division, fascist repression and killings or we unite based on what we have in common.
Barriers of borders, gender, race, religion and age don’t mean anything in a society organized around meeting people’s needs.
Immigrants and U.S. workers face the same enemy: the capitalist class, whose only solution is to ‘divide and conquer.’
The 2018 election campaign made what is good in America better and what’s bad in America worse. We have to build on the unity that was forged.
Fascism and the breakup of the old political party systems in the United States and Mexico resulting from pitting workers against high-tech robotics.
Today, fascism is rearing its ugly head once again. This time however, serving the interests of corporations and elected officials.
Society is going through a revolutionary transformation We live in a country and a world that are being transformed before our eyes. The America that once was seen as a beacon of hope and opportunity is quickly disappearing. Our democracy is being trampled upon. Our freedoms and the aspirations of our children are […]
Tax reform is what Trump signed into law in December and many legislators who supported and voted for it are now planning to seek re-election in 2018 and beyond. Most people in the United States do not know what it was all about! Lobbyists and the Treasury Department are still trying to decipher it. Basically, […]
Times of crisis and natural disasters bring out the best and the worst in humanity. The natural human impulse is to reach out and help those in need. It has become clear however, that those who are helping the most are not the ones who are in control of government. Numerous instances abound of […]
An injury to one, is an injury to all America was built by immigrants from all over the world. This includes those forced into slavery and brought against their will. It includes the Native Americans who were first to arrive. Oppression, exploitation, and brutality have been part of this history, and they continue. […]
In the pages of this issue, the reader will find articles that speak directly to the vision of what America can be: a land of opportunity, freedom, and equality for all. Beginning with “We the human family,” we have all been immigrants since our forefathers first set foot here from Africa. The unity ceremonies of […]
With all the scandal and controversy surrounding President Trump’s first months in office, talk of war and terrorist attacks abroad, and state sponsored vicious attacks on the defenseless here at home — it is easy to get lost in the details. As a consequence, we don’t see what is underlying the rapidly changing political […]
Since Biblical times, the term “sanctuary” has meant a safe place from persecution and violence for the oppressed. In the times of Jesus Christ, it meant feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, sheltering the homeless, protecting the defenseless, and healing the sick. It even meant driving out the moneylenders and the profiteers from the […]