Opinion

They cry wolf too many times

Andrew Breitbart: remember him? Now he's also turned his greasy rightwing eye on the Communist Party.

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Timely reading: “Engels, A Revolutionary Life”

The book has romance, adventure and a touch of intrigue.

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Two ‘Gangs’ of San Francisco keep radical spirit alive

Friends and comrades who've met over 25 years.

Some thoughts on the class struggle

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?

What can we bring to the table?

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."

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Getting to a doctor versus romanticizing the revolution

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.

Defend the democratic coalition

Progressives need to relearn the rich lessons of the New Deal experience, and act accordingly.

The movement needs to kick it up a notch - part 2

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."

The movement needs to kick it up a notch - part 1

I am not one who thinks a deteriorating political climate will open more opportunities to advance a left agenda.

Not everybody is on same page

On the political left, two distinct and competing trends have taken shape in the course of the first year of the Obama presidency.

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