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Chris Hedges (Credit: Nation Books)

"You rebel not only for what you can achieve, but for who you [can] become," says the author and journalist.

socialism, state capitalism, regulated private capitalism, worker-owned enterprises, worker-owned businesses

Regulated private capitalism, state capitalism, socialism – these three systems are entirely different from each other, and we must understand those differences to move beyond today's dysfunctional economies.

Yanis Varoufakis, Syriza, Alexis Tsipras, Greek anti-austerity protests, Greek austerity policies, Troika, Greek debt relief, Greek debt crisis

The Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, said he would rather cut off his arm than accept another austerity bailout without any debt relief for the country.

church burnings, Michael Brown, Ferguson protests, Darren Wilson, Black Lives Matter, Charleston massacre, Ku Klux Klan, hate groups, hate crimes, National Church Arson Task Force

That numerous black churches in the South have been burned just a little over a week since the racially-motivated terrorist attack in Charleston lends credibility to the theory that racist organizations are at work.

I removed the flag not only in defiance of those who enslaved my ancestors in the southern United States, but also in defiance of the oppression that continues against black people globally in 2015.

Fight for $15, $15 minimum wage, bank bailouts, corporate subsidies,

Municipal leaders should be commended for acknowledging the current wage is too low – but phasing in a higher wage over many years is unacceptable in an economy where costs of living are rising and wages are falling.

Posted 4 days 11 min ago

bout time! Timeline of same-sex marriage in the United States

Posted 5 days 23 hours ago
Greek debt crisis, Greek anti-austerity movement, Alexis Tsipras, Troika, Syriza party, Greek referendum, Euro crisis

Greeks will find their savings blocked and their banks closed for a week following a fateful weekend that has shaken Europe’s single currency.

Posted 4 days 21 hours ago
carbon emissions, mercury emissions, EPA, Clean Air Act

The Supreme Court invalidated a key Obama administration environmental regulation aimed at limiting emissions of mercury and other hazardous pollutants mainly from coal-fired power plants.

Posted 3 days 23 hours ago

From Sweden with socialism, let’s google some shit.

Posted 2 days 23 hours ago
$15 minimum wage, Fight for $15, Personal Care Attendants, Quality Home Care Workforce Act, #WageAction

Tears of joy streaked the faces of cheering home care workers assembled in their Dorchester union hall last week as a decades-long struggle for recognition and a living wage culminated in a historic moment of celebration.

I removed the flag not only in defiance of those who enslaved my ancestors in the southern United States, but also in defiance of the oppression that continues against black people globally in 2015.

The HRA protects the right to life, liberty, security, a fair trial, respect for private life and freedom of expression – it also bans torture, slavery and discrimination.

Micah White, Occupy Wall Street, movement strategies, movement tactics, mass protests, Black Lives Matter, The End of Protest

The co-creator of Occupy Wall Street has advice for the next generation of social movements: “Never protest the same way twice.”

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