Does it really matter who becomes President of the United States? It sure does!
Our role is to find ways to make ourselves useful to these movements and to find the road back to socialist visions for ourselves and younger generations.
Do we really think people who contribute what they can deserve to be homeless, under-educated, hungry, and lacking basic medical care?
Socialism is a process of social transformation which includes the democratizing of society as well as the transformation of the agents of change.
Political boundaries are being eclipsed and thinking reshaped. Seeds of change are being sown and foundations are being laid for deeper-going changes.
Sanders' campaign for president certainly has elevated the discussion on socialism to a national stage. But what does it mean?
It's our turn to lift up our voices, clarify concretely what the stakes are, and what kind of justice fits our times.
A quiet storm, which has been brewing here since mid-January, has recently become a political tsunami.
Historical blindness has been much on display in the run-up to the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries.
For this New Year I hope that all of us find a sense of sympathy and harmony with those around us.