AND I WAS THERE. HERE'S WHAT I SAW
If there were ever a time for stepping up a cultural critique of American militarism and our "forever war" footing, it's now.
It is incumbent upon thinking, freedom-loving people, to protests the trespasses made against others' lives and freedoms immediately. We cannot allow there to be an Auschwitz Bar that must be passed before it's fair to decry inhumanity being carried out in our name.
We are well on the way to a society in which women, upon conception, become nothing more than vessels for the unborn.
First, there's plenty of money for everyone to get the benefits that they want. There's absolutely no need to have debates about raising taxes, deficits or MMT. All such arguments are distractions. If we want to pay for things like Medicare for All, Free College, or the Green New Deal, we need look no further than the coffers of the Transnational Corporate Class.
American pundits often bend over backward to equate Venezuela to the perils of socialism. By that metric, Haiti should certainly be a warning to the world about the perils of capitalism.
there's a great deal to discuss and there's a great deal to learn about the United States' support for Israel and the associated political discourse. The issues are complicated. Twitter is really not the place for it.