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 March 1990, Time Magazine titled an article "Ripples in The American Lake."
Asia is in the middle of an unprecedented arms race that is competing with efforts by Asian countries to address poverty and growing economic disparity
What all this scare talk has done is allow the U.S. military to muscle its way into cyber security in a way that could allow it to monitor virtually everything on the Internet.
More U.S. military force in the Asia-Pacific area is provocative and unnecessary. Instead of building more military bases, we should be closing them.
Peoples have been arriving on the North American continent for thousands of years, over land bridges and across oceans, some on foot.
Playwright Tom Jacobson takes a Howard Zinn-like "people's history" look at Los Angeles, revealing a little-known pogrom against L. A.'s then-200 inhabitants of Chinese ancestry.
Crime rates have dropped, but the unconstitutional, and therefore criminal, harassment of black and brown youth is on the increase. This racial profiling is anti-worker. It must be stopped.
The only good thing I can say about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to Asia last month is that it is over.