Organizing people dedicated to change begins with a conversation among friends and comrades. Start small, and start now.
Career politicians in big corporate parties don't want competition. They want the illusion of fair and functional democracy.
In a recent recorded interview with Truthdig, Fox exposed his failure to grasp that a third-party presidential campaign is a way to raise funds and awareness for the issues and candidates he says he supports.
I am 61 years old and cannot recall the front page of The Gray Lady being so spicy.
A radical defense of the human and political rights of Manning and Snowden should not be limited to only the known views and statements of such whistleblowers.
By turning Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein into a nonperson, comedian Samantha Bee encourages her audience to choose only from the mainstream parties, Democratic and Republican.
In one Truthdig columnist's rebuttal of another, Scott Tucker takes on what he calls "a piece of Clintonista campaigning" by Joe Conason.
Barack Obama never had a truly independent policy for peace If we say that Obama was constrained by a renewed collision of imperial spheres of interest, we are telling only the convenient half of a half-truth.
Narrowing the argument over Palestine to an inner circle of Israeli Jews would give us a better chance of choosing our favorite champions of justice without risking the charge of anti-Semitism. But we must break out into risk and freedom. If we are digging for truth, Haneen Zoabi deserves a wider hearing.