U.S. policy has promoted the economic and religious right. The idea that it has been good for women in the global south is ludicrous.
U.S. society has been moving rightward for decades—and pulling much of Europe with it.
Even if the Vermont senator ran with the People's Party, he would remain, in the eyes of his critics, a warmonger by virtue of his positions.
Although decades apart, both terrorist attacks were reactions against a history of colonialism.
The U.S. military encourages terms such as "camel jockey" or "raghead" to demean freedom fighters in the deserts of the Middle East. And all the while it proclaims itself a beacon of freedom and democracy, a fairy tale not believed much outside its own borders.
This extended colonialism is unparalleled in the whole world: No other colonial power now existing is keeping millions stateless and without rights.
Tarzan’s remarkable foresight in vanquishing the Belgian evildoers before the worst of King Leopold II's reign of terror opens the door for his future films, where our hero stops historical catastrophes in their early stages.
Progressives vow to "take the fight to Philadelphia" and battle for a stronger platform at the Democratic Party convention.
The Clinton loyalists debating the Democratic Party platform have defeated an amendment that would have called for an end to the Israeli occupation of Palestine and condemned Israeli squatter settlements as illegal.