I am often asked thought-provoking questions about U.S. socialism and what it would look like. My reply is something like this.
Tonight the executive board of the trustees of the City University of New York will reportedly meet and reverse a decision to table and potentially deny playwright Tony Kushner an honorary doctorate from John Jay College.
"Down for the count: America's fascination with royalty" and "18 couples wed quietly, Non-royal lovers united in simple rights."
President Obama got it right when he said the Republican Party's goal is about "changing the basic social compact in America." Politics, however, does not begin at the top.
NEW YORK - The CPUSA held its First Annual Conference in New York City, today, April 16.
Polls have found Wisconsin Gov. Walker's union-busting tactics to be widely unpopular despite the major media's presumption that the opposite would be true.
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are rights written into the U.S. Declaration of Independence, to be pursued as goals for free citizens living in a democratic society.
It wasn't long ago that a criticism directed at trade unions was they were only in it to service their members in exchange for dues. The happenings in Wisconsin blew all that to shreds.
AT&T announced its intentions to buy T-Mobile. What is to be expected from such a mega-merger?
That's how it should be, but, as history teaches, socialism is democratic only if we make it so.