Vestigial laws may be ill-equipped for hyper-partisan 2020, writes Kristin Kanthak.
Month: October 2020
Paradise for Human Victims of Corporate Persons
In anticipation of a cascade of debt defaults in Africa, beginning with Zambia, Vijay Prashad says it’s vital to strengthen the flagging campaign for debt forgiveness and cancellation.
US Spends More Than $80 Billion a Year Incarcerating 2.3 Million People
Laura Flanders says there’s never been a better time to reconsider the entire system.
As Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty Nears Force, US Urges Nations to Withdraw
Jessica Corbett reports on efforts by Washington and NATO allies to block the first legally binding global pact to fully prohibit nuclear weapons.
ELECTION 2020: The United Politics of America
Beneath all the hurled insults and heated debates, the two factions are actually furiously agreeing with one another the entire time, argues Caitlin Johnstone.
ELECTION 2020: Regression as a National Theme
Lawrence Davidson reflects on Trump’s High-Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and a reactionary tide in the U.S., since the Reagan era, that is hitting a new high-water mark.
America Has No Allies, Only Hostages
With Australia’s vassaldom in mind, Caitlin Johnstone says the president-elect of Bolivia just voiced a brazen heresy against imperial U.S. doctrine.
The Guardian’s Silence Let UK Trample on Assange’s Rights in Effective Darkness
On the eve of a demonstration outside the paper’s office in London, Jonathan Cook issues a statement about The Guardian’s abandonment of its former media partner.
WATCH: Marking 10 Years Since WikiLeaks’ Iraq War Logs
Consortium News will simulcast live the Resistance TV event at 2 pm EDT, 7 pm BST & 5 am AEDT.
LEE CAMP: Top 10 People to Blame if Joe Biden Loses (It’s Not The Left)
Let’s get ready for a blame game. If he loses to one of the most racist, megalomaniacal presidents in history it won’t be the Left’s fault.