The renowned intellectual and social activist analyzes the underlying forces of authoritarianism in the U.S. and Europe and argues the need for resistance.
Too often during this election season, a discourse of "bad manners" has paraded as insight while working to conceal the effects of power, politics, racial injustice and other forms of oppression.
Hillary Clinton's alleged regard for children falls apart in light of her hawkish policies on global regime change, drone attacks and cyber-warfare, and her unqualified support for the warfare state.
The U.S. views children not as social investments but as suspects as the country models its schools after prisons and subjects its young to a criminal legal system marked by severe class and racial inequities.
What will happen when technology replaces people in the service, manufacturing and professional industries of an already struggling economy? Media scholar Robert McChesney and journalist John Nichols delve into the topic in their new book.
A kind of infantilism now shapes daily life as adults take on the role of unthinking children while children are subject to a range of disciplinary pressures that saddle them with debt and cripple their ability to be imaginative.
The Navy is increasingly focused on possible future climate-change conflicts in the melting waters of the north and, in that context, has little or no intention of caretaking the environment when it comes to military exercises.
In two far-reaching interviews on the "Soap Box" with Eric Poulin, the social philosopher Henry Giroux defines establishment liberals by their persistent failure to address the obvious -- that capitalism and democracy are not the same thing.
The disintegration of Iraq is the result of U.S. policies that, since 2003, have been strikingly devoid of coherence or any real comprehension when it comes to the forces at play in the country or the region.