For the sake of the Democratic Party, President Obama should allow a strong, more authentically Democratic candidate to run in 2012. Otherwise, like the Pied Piper, he’ll likely drag the rest of the Democratic ticket over the cliff. He is unpopular even among his base.
Austin Kelly sent along this link. This article makes a number of arguments about the direction the IWW should take in its organizing, including taking a longer-term perspective than the next few years. Winning the War of Position: Working-Class Hegemony and Class Unionism by B.C. It is readily apparent to any working-class person that the […]
In her 2006 and 2008 campaigns for Congress, Darcy Burner did not stake out strongly progressive views — presumably because she needed to appeal to conservatives in the southern part of the old 8th CD. This year Darcy is sounding much more progressive, as well as being a much better speaker. But is Suzan DelBene […]