WSWS (2018-12-10). In name of fighting fascism, ISO promotes class collaboration and Democratic Party. wsws.org In an appeal to form an alliance with the "broadest social layers" against fascism, the International Socialist Organization seeks to subordinate the working class to the corporate-controlled two-party system.

East Bay Democratic Socialists of America (2018-12-10). East Bay DSA Stands With NUHW on Strike! indybay.org Oakland Medical Center 3600 Broadway, Oakland, CA, 94611...

WSWS (2018-12-10). Spain: Rightist parties mull government role for fascist Vox in Andalusia. wsws.org The Spanish bourgeoisie is raising the profile of Vox, leading up to the Andalusian elections, with the country's establishment newspapers posting multiple articles—at least one a day—on the fascist party.

WSWS (2018-12-10). German Christian Democrats select Merkel's favoured candidate as party leader. wsws.org The change in the leadership of Germany's main governing party takes place in the midst of a new eruption of class struggle in Europe.

kathy_f (2018-12-10). Climate movement attracts new generation of activists. greenleft.org.au The latter part of 2018 will be remembered for the re-emergence of climate action on the national agenda. | Independent Kerryn Phelps' win in the Wentworth byelection promising "meaningful environmental action" and Labor's subsequent adoption of a 50% renewable energy policy by 2030 has come in the midst of researcher Rebecca Huntley's findings that "climate and environmental concerns" have increasingly become "a test of leadership" for voters. | These centrist platforms, however, have been rightly superseded by the newest base of the climate movement: high school students. | Tired of the "dinosaurs in parliament...

Shared by Merula Furtado (2018-12-09). Progressive Activists Are Winning in Red States. truthout.org The tireless organizing of progressives in red states this fall did not just deliver one-time wins for progressive policies in areas controlled by Republican governments — it also established an infrastructure that could pave the way for progressive triumphs in the future. | The numerous progressive policy victories declared this November — including many in states where Republicans were victorious on election night — were a result of dogged campaigns and a variety of strategies. | Ballot minimum wages passed in Arkansas and Missouri. Voters expanded Medicaid in Idaho, Utah and Nebraska. Utah...

Venezuelanalysis (2018-12-09). December 9: Municipal Council Elections in Venezuela - Live Rolling Coverage. venezuelanalysis.com VA brings you the only English-language round-the-clock live coverage of Venezuela's fifth election in eighteen months, with 2,549 local councillors due to be elected today.

teleSUR (2018-12-09). Prizes are Worthless Without Global Action: Prize Nobel Laureates. telesurenglish.net The laudable accomplishments of Nobel Prize winners Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad are worthless without global action, the pair said Sunday, 24 hours before accepting their awards in Oslo. | RELATED: | 18 Dead in East DR Congo, Elections Approach | "This prize, one prize cannot remove all the violence and all the attacks on pregnant women, on...

Bruna de Lara (2018-12-09). Jair Bolsonaro Promised to End Corruption in Brazil — Then He Appointed an Extremely Corrupt Cabinet. theintercept.com "Our government departments will not be led by anyone who's been convicted of corruption," said Jair Bolsonaro on October 31, three days after being elected president of Brazil. The goal of his statement, published on his social media feeds, was clear: to deny accusations in the press that he had asked Alberto Fraga, a member of Congress who was convicted of taking bribes, to join his administration. | A week earlier, a video had emerged on the Brazilian website R7 with Bolsonaro singing a different tune than his post-election statement. Sur...

teleSUR (2018-12-09). PSUV Wins Majority in Local Elections: Venezuelan Authorities. telesurenglish.net The National Electoral Council of Venezuela (CNE) announced that out of the 335 electoral lists across the country, 156 of them had been designated, and of those 142 were won by the governing United Socialist Party on Sunday, with 92 percent of the vote counted by 10.30 p.m. local time. | RELATED: | Venezuelans Are Ready for Sunday's Municipal Elections | The local elections recorded a 27,4 percent of turnout in total, CNE President Tibisay Lucena also added that 467 out of 449 available...

teleSUR (2018-12-09). Top Democrats: Trump May Face Impeachment, Jail over Hush Money. telesurenglish.net U.S. President Donald Trump could face impeachment and jail time if hush money payments reported by his former lawyer are proven to be campaign finance violations, Democratic lawmakers said on Sunday. | RELATED: | Trump Announces Chief of Staff Kelly Will Leave End of The Year | Court filings on Friday in cases that stemmed from a federal probe into Russian a...

STAFF (2018-12-09). John Kelly Leaving as Trump's Chief of Staff. truthdig.com WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Saturday that chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job by year's end amid an expected West Wing reshuffling reflecting a focus on the 2020 re-election campaign and the challenge of governing with Democrats reclaiming control of the House. | Nick Ayers, Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, is Trump's top choice to replace Kelly, and the two have held discussions for months about the job, a White House official said. An announcement was expected in the coming days, the president told reporters as he left the White House for the Army-Navy football game in Phi...

teleSUR (2018-12-09). Peruvians Approve Majority of Anti-Corruption Reforms. telesurenglish.net Research shows that three of the four anti-corruption proposals of Peru's constitutional referendum were approved by citizens during Sunday's elections, America Television reports. | RELATED: | Peru: Odebrecht Cuts Plea Deal, Pays Fine, Continues Contracts | A survey released by the marketing research company, Ipsos, illustrates the over 80 percent support for the majority of initiatives. | Among the approved reforms were alterations to the National Council of the Magistracy (CNM),...

teleSUR (2018-12-09). Venezuelans Are Ready for Sunday's Municipal Elections. telesurenglish.net Venezuela enters the last day of electoral campaigns Thursday ahead of Venezuela's municipal elections. On Dec. 9, Venezuelans will head to the polls to elect over 4,000 municipal representatives across the country. | RELATED: | Putin Meets Maduro, Denounces Intervention in Venezuela | Almost 21 million people are enabled to vote in Sunday's election, including 230,000 residents. There are over 13,000 candidates from 21 national political parties, 11 regional parties, five nationa...

teleSUR (2018-12-09). Venezuela Municipal Elections Continue, 25th Bolivarian Election. telesurenglish.net Municipal elections began in Venezuela at 6: 00 a.m. in which about 4,900 councilor's post are up for election, as well as their deputy posts. Results are being primed with the national electoral body telling Venezuelans to watch them on social media for official updates on the results. | RELATED | Venezuelans Are Ready for Sunday's Municipal Elections | The National Electoral Council of Venezuela (CNE) announced the opening of most of the electoral centers authorized for this new elector...

STAFF (2018-12-09). Democrats Raise Prospect of Impeachment, Jail for Trump. truthdig.com WASHINGTON—Top House Democrats on Sunday raised the prospect of impeachment or almost-certain prison time for President Donald Trump if it's proved that he directed illegal hush-money payments to women, adding to the legal pressure on the president over the Russia investigation and other scandals. | "There's a very real prospect that on the day Donald Trump leaves office, the Justice Department may indict him, that he may be the first president in quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time," said Rep. Adam Schiff, the incoming chairman of the House intelligence committee. "The bigger pardon ques...

Shared by Anton Woronczuk (2018-12-09). North Carolina's Election Fiasco Is About Voter Suppression, Not Voter Fraud. truthout.org North Carolina voting issues are in the spotlight once again, thanks to swirling questions around the use of absentee ballots in the 9th Congressional district. | Last week, the North Carolina State Board of Elections voted unanimously not to certify the 9th District's US House race — in which Republican Mark Harris leads Democrat Dan McCready by a slim margin — because of irregularities in the district's absentee ballots. | In particular, fewer ballots were returned in the 9th District than in the rest of the state. In addition, out of the 9th District ballots that were returned, there was a highe...

teleSUR, MB (2018-12-09). Armenia Elections: My Step Alliance to Take Over Parliament. telesurenglish.net On Sunday, Armenians began an early parliamentary election nine months after protests brought about peaceful regime change in the country. | RELATED: | Armenian PM Sargsyan Quits After 11 Days of Street Protests | "I think these elections should not only be the best in the history of the second republic but also meet the highest international standards," s...

teleSUR (2018-12-09). Australian Conservative Government Headed for Defeat: Poll. telesurenglish.net Australia's conservative government is on course for a landslide election defeat, a widely watched survey showed on Monday, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison struggles to win favor with voters less than six months out from a national poll. | A Newspoll for The Australian newspaper showed Morrison's government was on course to lose 21 seats in the 150-seat lower house of parliament. | RELATED: | Australia: Students Protest Gov't Lack of Climate Policies | The Newspoll showed support of ju...

Shared by Hezvo Mpunga (2018-12-08). Making Global Climate Change Local. therealnews.com At the Sanders Institute Gathering, Abdul El-Sayed, the runner-up in Michigan's Democratic 2018 governor's race primary, talks about how to bridge fights for environmental health and justice with the global fight to reduce carbon emissions

Ajamu Baraka (2018-12-07). The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: Time to De-Colonize Human Rights! counterpunch.org "...recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world." These are the words in the preamble of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) promulgated 70 years ago on December 10, 1948. They were More

Shared by Hezvo Mpunga (2018-12-07). As Voter Fraud Scandal in North Carolina Deepens, Democrats Push Voting Rights Bill. therealnews.com Tar Heel Democrats are voting to expand voter rights, while Republicans push voter IDs to hold on to power. We speak to NC state representative Graig Meyer

Shared by Jocelyn Dombroski (2018-12-07). Climate Crisis Critical Issue in 2020 Elections — Jane Sanders. therealnews.com Jane Sanders tells Paul Jay that voters shouldn't support candidates who claim to be progressive, but don't prioritize the fight against fossil fuel interests

Shared by Hezvo Mpunga (2018-12-07). Lame Duck Republican Legislature Tries to Strip Democrats' Power in Wisconsin. therealnews.com Since Democrats won all statewide races in Wisconsin, the Republican strategy is to illegally erase their loss by disempowering the offices that the Democrats won. The Nation's John Nichols discusses the situation

Eric A. Gordon (2018-12-07). President AndrŽs Manuel L—pez Obrador promises new hope for Mexico's future. peoplesworld.org ZACATECAS, MEXICO—With ceremonial dignity both traditional and novel, 65-year-old AndrŽs Manuel L—pez Obrador, Morena candidate who won the election by a commanding margin after two previous attempts—both times marred by widespread accusations of fraud—took the reins of the 57th presidency of Mexico on Saturday, December 1. The July 1 elections for president and legislative offices ...

Marc Cooper (2018-12-07). Armenia's Revolution: A Flickering Light in a Darkening Europe. thenation.com Armenia's Revolution: A Flickering Light in a Darkening Europe...

Democracy Now! (2018-12-07). Headlines for December 7, 2018. democracynow.org Yemen: U.N. Declares Famine as Warring Parties Meet in Sweden, North Carolina Democrat Withdraws Concession over Apparent Vote Fraud, U.S. and Canada Won't Explain Reasons for Chinese Executive's Arrest, Greenland Ice Sheet Melting at Fastest Pace in Centuries, Trump Rollback of Sage Grouse Protection to Open Millions of Acres to Drilling, BuzzFeed: Facebook Impostor Helped Organize Migrant Caravan, Robert Mueller to Submit Sentencing Guidelines for Manafort, Cohen, Trump Nominates Former Fox News Host Heather Nauert as U.N. Ambassador, Trump Considers Bringing Back William Barr as Attorney General, Trump Campaig...

Robert Fisk (2018-12-07). Spare Me the American Tears for the Murder of Jamal Khashoggi. counterpunch.org Can I be the only one — apart from his own sycophants — to find the sight of America's finest Republicans and Democrats condemning the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia for murdering Jamal Khashoggi a bit sickening? "Crazy". "Dangerous". A "wrecking ball". A "smoking saw". These guys are angry. CIA director Gina Haspel, who was More

Democracy Now! (2018-12-07). Progressive International: Yanis Varoufakis & Bernie Sanders Launch New Global Mvt Against Far Right. democracynow.org The far right is rising in Europe, most recently in Spain, where the anti-immigrant, anti-abortion Vox party won multiple seats in a regional parliamentary election in Andalusia on Sunday. It was the first successful election for the far right in Spain since the country returned to democracy in the 1970s after the death of fascist military dictator Francisco Franco. We speak with economist and former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, who is launching a movement with Senator Bernie Sanders and others to fight right-wing forces around the globe.

Mark Gruenberg (2018-12-06). Unions seek probe of Sprint-T-Mobile merger. peoplesworld.org WASHINGTON—The Communications Workers, the Writers Guild of America-West and 10 other consumer and communications organizations are asking the incoming Democratic chairmen of U.S. House committees that handle anti-trust issues to call congressional hearings, soon, on the proposed Sprint merger with T-Mobile. In their letter, authored by CWA President Lonnie Shelton, the groups' leaders say the ...

H. Claire Brown (2018-12-06). Buried in Wisconsin Republicans' Lame-Duck Legislation: Drug Testing Requirements for Food Stamp Applicants. theintercept.com On Wednesday morning, after a closed-door meeting that lasted much of the night, both houses of Wisconsin's Republican-controlled state legislature passed a comprehensive set of measures limiting the incoming Democratic administration's power. The consequences of the many provisions are still coming into focus. Buried under controversial moves to curtail early voting and strip authority from Gov.-elect Tony Evers is a sweeping codification of welfare restrictions that Republicans across the country have long sought. | The new legislation enshrines in state law outgoing Gov. Scott Walker's controversial policy of...

Deconstructed (2018-12-06). Is This the Democrat Who Can Beat Trump in the Rust Belt in 2020? theintercept.com Could Sen. Sherrod Brown, a left-wing, pro-labor senator who just won a third term in Ohio, be the Democrats' answer to Donald Trump in 2020?

Eoin Higgins (2018-12-06). Antonio Delgado Backed a Green New Deal on the Campaign Trail, but Hasn't Since the Election. theintercept.com The Green New Deal has gained traction in the Democratic caucus in the weeks since last month's Democratic wave election.

Miranda Spencer (2018-12-06). Don't Do Anything About Climate Disaster, USA Today Warns Dems. fair.org USA Today ( 11/27/18) warns Democrats that efforts to address climate change might "whisk them out of power" again. | "Democrats Will Push on Climate Change," declared the lead story on the front page of the November 27 USA Today. (The online version bore the more verbose headline, "Once Democrats Take Charge of the...

Democracy Now! (2018-12-06). Headlines for December 6, 2018. democracynow.org Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Rise to Record High in 2018, WHO Says Meeting Paris Climate Goal Would Save Millions of Lives, Quebec Youth Sue Canada, Citing Gross Negligence on Climate Change, Barclays Customers Demand Divestment from Tar Sands Pipelines, George H.W. Bush Remembered at Washington National Cathedral, Canada Arrests Huawei Executive for Extradition to U.S., Trump Praises Chinese Death Penalty for Drug Dealers, Wisconsin Republicans Complete Legislative Power Grab, Michigan Republicans Move to Limit Power of Incoming Democratic Leaders, NYT: Paul Manafort Discussed Deal to Seize Julian Assange, Sa...

Akela Lacy (2018-12-06). Pennsylvania Republicans, Thwarted in Court, Are Trying to Deny Seating the Democratic Winner of an Election. theintercept.com Republicans in Pennsylvania went to court during the midterm campaign to try to get Democratic candidate Lindsey Williams kicked off the ballot over alleged residency deficiencies. A judge threw their challenge out, and Williams went on to upset her opponent, flipping a seat tucked inside Conor Lamb's congressional district. | Now Senate Republicans, who still control the upper chamber despite losing five seats and the popular vote statewide, are trying to use the same residency argument to refuse seating the winner...

ACLU (2018-12-06). Americans Endorsed Voting Rights in 2018, but Some State Lawmakers Want to Sabotage These Victories. aclu.org State legislators are ignoring their voters' wishes and engaging in new tactics to suppress the vote. | The 2018 election ushered in a wave of voting rights victories. Voters in Florida, Michigan, Maryland, and Nevada all made it easier to register and vote, showing that voters reject voter suppression efforts and <...

Democracy Now! (2018-12-06). "The Silence of Others": New Film Warns Against Spain's Fascist History Repeating Itself. democracynow.org A far-right, anti-immigrant, anti-abortion political party in Spain has made gains in regional elections, prompting protests in the streets. Members of Spain's younger generation are too young to remember the brutal 40-year military dictatorship under General Francisco Franco. But a remarkable new documentary titled "The Silence of Others," or "El Silencio de Otros," hopes to remind Spaniards of the country's fascist past, lest history repeat itself. The film follows several survivors of the Franco regime in their pursuit of justice. We speak with Spanish filmmaker Almudena Carracedo, who, along with Robert Bahar...

Democracy Now! (2018-12-05). A Lame-Duck "Legislative Coup": Wisconsin GOP Stages Last-Minute Power Grab Before Dems Take Office. democracynow.org Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin are orchestrating an unprecedented power grab to weaken incoming Democratic Governor Tony Evers before he takes office. In an extraordinary move that some are calling a "legislative coup," Republican legislators worked throughout Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning to pass a sweeping package of lame-duck bills to give power to the Republican-controlled Legislature before Republican Governor Scott Walker leaves office in January. The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate passed a measure to limit the power of the Democratic governor and attorney general-elect and restrict ea...

Ruth Conniff (2018-12-05). The Republican Strategy Against Democracy. progressive.org The Wisconsin GOP power grab is part of a larger national strategy that attacks the pillars of democratic governance. Progressive editor-at-large Ruth Conniff lays it all out on 'Democracy Now!'

Bill Lueders (2018-12-05). Wisconsin Republicans Spurn the Will of the People. progressive.org Just before sunrise on Wednesday, a Republican-controlled senate approved bills to restrict early voting and curb the powers of the incoming governor and attorney general.

Consortiumnews (2018-12-05). Trump's Timidity is Letting Comey Off the Hook. consortiumnews.com With just a few days left before Congress adjourns, House Republicans, like their President, have pretty much let the clock run out. There's little chance now in "taking on the intelligence community," says Ray McGovern. By Ray McGovern Special to... Read more →

Ruth Conniff (2018-12-04). Wisconsin Republicans Make Unprecedented Power Grab. The People Push Back. progressive.org Citizens jammed the halls and chanted outside locked hearing-room doors, while Republican legislators rushed through a series of bills designed to take power away from the incoming governor.

FAIR (2018-12-05). Can Corporate Media Be Any Worse... fair.org than they are during an election? Dear FAIR‚Äàsupporters, Elections are a challenging time for corporate media. And as FAIR points out in numerous posts and CounterSpin interviews recently—they fail to meet this challenge. Who, Us? Corporate Media Ignore Their Role in Trump's Refugee 'Invasion' Panic Blaming 'Both Sides' for Hate Plays Into Hands of ...

Democracy Now! (2018-12-04). Headlines for December 4, 2018. democracynow.org Wisconsin: Protesters Take to the Capitol to Oppose GOP Power Grab, North Carolina Investigating Election Fraud in Congressional Race, Trump Praises Stone for Refusal to Testify in Mueller Probe, CIA Director Haspel to Brief Top Senators on Khashoggi Murder, Spain: Far-Right Vox Party Makes Gains in Regional Elections, France: Fuel Tax Hikes Suspended Amid Growing Unrest, Qatar Withdraws from OPEC, Mexico's AMLO Creates Truth Commission over 2014 Student Disappearance, Philippines: Indicted Rappler Editor Posts Bail, Vows to Keep Reporting, Reports: U.S Admiral in Middle East Died by Suicide, Texas: Calls Grow to...

Jud Lounsbury (2018-12-03). Wisconsin's GOP Scheme to Keep Scott Walker as Zombie Governor. progressive.org Republicans are using their gerrymandered control of the state to push through a slew of power-grabbing bills before the newly elected Democratic governor and attorney general can take office.

Democracy Now! (2018-12-03). Headlines for December 3, 2018. democracynow.org George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the United States, Dies at 94, Mexico: AMLO Sworn In as President, Vows to Create New National Guard, China and U.S. Agree to Temporary Trade Truce, Trump Plans to Cancel NAFTA, Pushes for New USMCA Deal, France: Hundreds of Thousands Continue to Protest Fuel Hikes, Khashoggi WhatsApp Messages May Have Been Intercepted by Saudis, Leaders Urge Decisive Action as COP24 Kicks Off in Poland, Officer Who Killed Unarmed Black Man in His Own Apartment Indicted for Murder, Wisconsin GOP Tries to Force Through Bills Limiting Power of Elected Democrats, Three Women Accuse deGrasse Tyson...

ACLU (2018-12-03). There's No Real Difference Between Border Walls and Border Fences. aclu.org Democrats, led by Sen. Chuck Schumer, are playing word games when it comes to funding Trump's border wall. | Sometime between now and Dec. 21*, when the current appropriation for the Department of Homeland Security will expire, Congress needs to provide the agency with another's year's funds. A single word has become a sticking point for the politicians who will vote on that funding: "wall," as in President Trump's border wall. | Trump and his Republican allies are demanding billions of dollars for walls along the U.S.-Mexico border. Democrats, wanting to be seen as opposing Trump, say that they won't vote for b...

splcenter (2018-12-01). Weekend Read: Mississippi's future is brighter than we think. splcenter.org "Mississippi's past, not its future, won the election."

pip.hinman (2018-11-30). An exceptional result for the Victorian Socialists. greenleft.org.au For a party only launched in May, Victorian Socialists achieved some exceptional results in the November 24 state elections. | In the Northern Metropolitan Region it won more than 4% of the votes and came fourth out of 19 parties in terms of first preference votes, behind only Labor, the Liberals and the Greens. | While the population in this inner Melbourne seat might be familiar with socialist and left ideas, the result represented something more as the campaign was able to engage a new range of activists. | In Western Victoria Region, having only decided in September to run, Victorian Socialists won 0.75% of t...

stuart_m (2018-12-01). 'Economics for the Many' offer a radical, democratic vision for a Corbyn gov't. greenleft.org.au Edited by John McDonnell
| Verso, 2018 | This book is a valuable collection of 16 short essays on the crisis facing modern Britain, coming up with progressive solutions which a Jeremy Corbyn-led government could usher in. | It is edited by and has an introduction by Labour's shadow chancellor John McDonnell, a long-time socialist and close collaborator of Corbyn's. He says: "We are seeking nothing less than to build a society that is radically fairer, more democratic and more sustainable, in which the wealth of society is shared by all." | The first piece, by Antonia Jennings who teaches at the London School...

stuart_m (2018-11-30). Letter from the US: Midterms offer distorted picture of political state of play. greenleft.org.au Looking at elections in the United States, deeper trends in the population can be difficult to discern as the choices are between two capitalist parties that are both staunch defenders of capitalist rule and US imperialism. | There are no mass workers' parties of any stripe. If there were, we may be in a better position to understand the relation of class forces. | This is not to say there are no differences between the two parties. There clearly are. At present, President Donald Trump has the backing of Republican politicians, with a few exceptions. Democratic politicians are generally opposed to Trump's authori...

Democracy Now! (2018-11-30). Medicare for All: As Healthcare Costs Soar, Momentum Grows to Guarantee Healthcare for All Americans. democracynow.org As Democrats prepare to take control of the House, pressure is growing on the Democratic leadership to embrace Medicare for all. Nearly 50 newly Democratic members of Congress campaigned for Medicare for all. In the last year, 123 incumbent House Democrats also co-sponsored Medicare-for-all legislation, double the number who supported a Medicare-for-all bill in the previous legislative session. Meanwhile, pharmaceutical, insurance and hospital companies are paying close attention. As The Intercept's Lee Fang reports, over the summer the groups formed a partnership to fight the growing support for expanding Medica...

Reed Richardson (2018-11-30). Not So Black & White: NYT Touts Rural Voters, Buries Racism in Mississippi Election Analysis. fair.org The New York Times ( 11/24/18) warns that Democrats speaking "boldly" risk turning off approximately one-seventh of the electorate. | Stop me if you've heard this one before: During a high-profile election, a major newspaper decides to stubbornly focus its coverage on an increasingly narrow sliver of white voters, while minimizing the racism that colors the electorate and the eventual Republican victor's campaign. | If this sounds like a repeat of the mainstream press's response to Trump's 2016 campaign, well, it is.

CounterSpin (2018-11-30). Brian Mier on Brazil's Election and What Comes Next. fair.org Media...

Vanessa Mbonu@naacpnet (2018-11-29). NAACP Statement on Black Voter Turnout in Mississippi Elections. naacp.org The incredible Black voter turnout in Mississippi on November 6 — and again in the November 27 runoff election — provides a powerful example of what can happen when African Americans and other voters of color are encouraged to participate actively in our democracy. This election illustrates what can happen when voters and politicians alike [...]

Norman Solomon (2018-10-23). On the Democratic Party. zcomm.org Interview on the sequel to a report on how the Democratic party can revitalize and compete in 2018 and beyond...

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