How we respond to that resistance is what we need to examine; if the response is force, we can hardly complain when we find ourselves the target of "asymmetrical violence" - terrorism.
In the best moment of the speech, he responded forcefully to his Republican adversaries who are poisoning the atmosphere with anti-Islam and anti-immigrant vitriol and hatred.
People's World took it to the streets to ask the people what they thought about President Obama's strategy going forward, and allowing Syrian refugees into the U.S.
Americans who want to see an end to terror and global social injustice have to speak out now.
Americans can't let the hawks stampede us back into panic and illusions that U.S. military supremacy can remake the world.
The date was September 11. The airplanes came in at rooftop level. In seconds the great building was ablaze, and many lay dead. In the aftermath, cold-hearted reaction took over power in the country, repressing left, the working class and the minorities. Many years passed before the country emerged from this nightmare.
All who support racial equality, democracy and justice know that the world is watching: this is time to mobilize to bring an end to racist terror and structural racism in general.
U.S. foreign policy is dangerous, undemocratic, and deeply out of sync with real global challenges - is continuous war inevitable, or can we change course?
"In the spring of '69, Daily World editors asked me to travel down to Charleston, S.C. to cover a strike by Hospital workers, Local 1199."
Jon Stewart describes the murders at South Carolina's Emanuel Church as terrorism plain and simple.