While the capitalist class might be digging their own graves, the rest of us need to worry that they will be digging our graves too.
The Tudeh's view is broadly aligned with those of other left and progressive organizations in the region.
Seventy-three percent of polled Americans believe corruption in government is widespread; but there is a more subtle form of corruption, even less transparent.
This time of year brings many memories. The memories are like echoes, for they coincide so closely with events of today, equally tragic and bloody.
My brother read my recent article on income inequality and asked me a question that I think is more generally at play in the debate: "Won't the costs of increasing the minimum wage simply be passed on to consumers?"
I hope my kids will be able to go to school and hear the truth of what happened to our people.
A recent New York Times editorial urged the U.S. Department of Transportation to stop "dawdling" on issuing federal regulations for truck driver training.
As I drive along, I notice the landscape is ever changing. Walmarts and dollar stores sprout from empty lots.
Rather than asking individuals to increase their value, we need to transform how we as a society value the work individuals do.
Slamming the door against the main victims of imperialist exploitation is impossible; microbes know no borders.