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What's New: Trump pressures Canada to double defence spending

| June 2, 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump tried to dress down fellow NATO members for not spending enough on their armed forces in a speech at the NATO summit on Thursday. Steny Hoyer of Maryland, the second-ranking Democrat in the House of Representatives, condemned the President’s comments: I was appalled by his condescending remarks to NATO leaders today, which were an embarrassment for our country.



What's New: Will Trump’s Slow-Mo Walkaway, World in Flames Behind Him, Finally Provoke Consequences for Planetary Arson?

by Naomi Klein | June 2, 2017

Now that it seems virtually certain that Donald Trump will withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, and the climate movement is quite rightly mobilizing in the face of this latest dystopian lurch, it’s time to get real about something: Pretty much everything that is weak, disappointing, and inadequate about that deal is the result of U.S. lobbying since 2009.



Bullet #1424: Ragpicking Through History: Class Memory, Class Struggle and its Archivists

by Tithi Bhattacharya | June 1, 2017

In 1990, I watched the Polish film maker Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Blind Chance (1981/1987) without registering the paralyzing potential of a particular scene. The protagonist, Witek, meets an old Communist by chance on a train. As a result of that meeting Witek decides to join the Communist Party. Later, again by sheer chance, he runs into an ex-partner, also his first love. A beautiful, tender and fierce sex scene follows. In the calm of the after, Witek, almost absentmindedly, whistles the Internationale.



What's New: Socialism’s Return

by Patrick Iber | May 31, 2017

For the American left, 2016 proved to be a year with a cruel twist ending. In the first few months, a self-described democratic socialist by the name of Bernie Sanders mounted a surprisingly successful primary challenge to the Democratic Party’s presumed and eventual presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. By the end of 2016, however, not only had Sanders lost the primary race, but Clinton had been defeated in the general election by a billionaire who dressed his xenophobic and plutocratic ambitions in the garb of class resentment.



What's New: The $15 minimum wage is good: busting business lobby myths

by Michal Rozworski | May 31, 2017

With the Ontario government seriously considering raising the minimum wage thanks to the tireless organizing efforts of the $15 and Fairness campaign, the labour movement and thousands of supporters, the business lobby is out fear-mongering in force. Here is a tool for the rest of us to fight back. It’s a collection of 5 myths and facts about raising the minimum wage: clear arguments for why $15 an hour is right for Ontario workers and the Ontario economy.



Mike Constable cartoonWhat's New: Spoof an Alt poster

by Mike Constable | May 31, 2017

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What's New: UK Labour Party Manifesto: We Will Take Energy Back Into Public Ownership

| May 31, 2017

The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn have released their 2017 manifesto for the June 8th General Election, entitled 'For the Many, Not the Few.' The manifesto outlines policies of interest those dedicated to the movements for energy democracy and a just transition away from fossil fuels. A Labour Government would ensure that '60 per cent of the UK’s energy comes from zero-carbon or renewable sources by 2030.'



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