Among the 59 short films screened at the Traverse City Film Festival, the title that attracted the most attention was "Jesus Was a Commie," directed by the accomplished actor Matthew Modine.
Andrew Breitbart: remember him? Now he's also turned his greasy rightwing eye on the Communist Party.
The book has romance, adventure and a touch of intrigue.
Friends and comrades who've met over 25 years.
The conflict between working people and corporate power permeates all aspects of society - but why can't the two sides just call a truce and live in peace?
Instead of a box of candy, Communists and other left folks can bring to the people's coalition table some clarity on that much-bandied-about term: "middle class."
I run a Communist YouTube channel for young people, and I'm noticing some of them are romanticizing revolution but forgetting about the working class - for example, on health care.
Progressives need to relearn the rich lessons of the New Deal experience, and act accordingly.
A transformational era is made from many streams and directions, but I do not agree that slogans should focus primarily on "defeat of the ultra-right."
I am not one who thinks a deteriorating political climate will open more opportunities to advance a left agenda.