Its centenary is surely a cause for celebration and hope for all who cherish freedom, civil rights and democracy.
Those in Congress who are arrogantly playing politics with the lives of four million workers on extended unemployment compensation will not have a quiet moment.
The attack on workers rights and democracy in Michigan is a warning for the nation.
There is a rising threat to democracy, a direct result of the economic crisis and how the powers that be deal with it. We must change the failed austerity politics of our country to a politics of economic growth, beginning with massive job creation.
A huge victory occurred yesterday with announcement of the defeat of efforts to execute journalist and activist Mumia Abu Jamal.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate approved wording in the National Defense Authorization Bill, which should anger all Americans.
One need not be a political scientist to see that there are forces arrayed on the right who are working full-time, using millions of corporate dollars to defeat President Obama and install an extremist in the White House.
One after the other, city governments across the country have been ordering their police departments to evict protesters in the Occupy Wall Street encampments.
This is a volatile moment: The class struggle is intensifying and the outcome is still to be decided. The battle is for the future of our democracy, economy, and country.
It's no surprise that Republicans, right-wing think tanks, corporate moguls and, of course, Wall Street execs and CEO's are worried sick about Occupy Wall Street.