Paris is bleeding: enough is enough

Americans who want to see an end to terror and global social injustice have to speak out now.


After Paris, what happens here?

Americans can't let the hawks stampede us back into panic and illusions that U.S. military supremacy can remake the world.


No U.S.-NATO intervention in Syria

No matter who is to blame for the chemical attacks, an escalated war with U.S. and NATO involvement would be disastrous. We strongly oppose an escalation of the war via U.S. and NATO intervention. 


Wells Fargo sponsors anarchist's art show: "Pissarro's People"

A powerful exhibit of the politically inspired paintings by 19th century anarchist artist Camille Pissarro delivers a clear message of inspiration and solidarity to today's Occupy movement.


"Names of Love" juggles froth, sex, history, politics

Watching the first few minutes unfold, one might be lulled into the belief that the next hour and a half will be spent consuming light filmic fare.


Song and struggle: “The Internationale"

This is the first installment of what is intended to be a series on the rich left-wing musical tradition.

Libya and the law of unintended consequences

Coming to grips with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) intervention in the Libyan civil war is a little like wresting a grizzly bear: big, hairy, and likely to make you pretty uncomfortable no matter where you grab a hold of it.


"Potiche": entertaining film features stars, strikes, class struggle

The delightful Potiche tackles the class war in an extremely entertaining, thought-provoking, funny way.


“Outside the Law”: Algerian struggle is focus of new thriller

"Outside the Law" is the Algerian revolution in the style of "The Godfather," but with a significant difference.


It’s avec Pinon!

Movie review: "Micmacs" is full of amazing characters doing amazing mind-stretching things on film.