There’s no going back to the neoliberal consensus, writes Jonathan Cook. We have entered the age of political populism – a natural response to burgeoning inequality.
Category: Election 2020
ELECTION 2020: Biden Appointee Advocated Using Propaganda Against Americans
Richard Stengel signals the Biden administration’s coming escalation of suppression of online media that are seen to threaten U.S. imperatives abroad, writes Ben Norton.
Imperialism in Pumps
Mainstream feminism has abandoned women’s interests so thoroughly that it has largely become only superficially distinct from the patriarchy it purports to oppose, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
ELECTION 2020: Establishment Dems Can’t Say ‘No’ to Billionaires
Despite the party’s progressive platform, campaigns up and down the ticket ran away from anything that might discomfort the most comfortable, writes Sam Pizzigati.
Trump Rushes to Auction Off Arctic Drilling Rights
The pristine reserve is home to the Gwich’in people, who call it “Iizhik Gwats’an Gwandaii Goodlit,” or, “the sacred place where life begins.”
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Hillary Clinton at the UN?
Whether or not Biden appoints her, things are getting very brazen and very bitter, very fast.
Only Kooks Believe In The Deep State
Mainstream, liberal U.S. discourse has accomplished an amazing feat of Orwellian doublethink with regard to the notion that unelected power structures are running things without the consent of the nation’s official elected government, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: The Depressing State of US Politics
There’s a lot wrong, including the hypocrisy of the Republican Party and the members of Biden’s national security transition team. The sole hope involves the Office of the Pardon Attorney.
ELECTION 2020: Payback For Russiagate
After trying to undermine Donald Trump with Russiagate, Democrats are now facing a reprisal from Republicans trying to undermine Joe Biden’s election, writes Joe Lauria.
ELECTION 2020: Cracks Emerge in Democratic Party a Week After Election
Progressives send their party a memo: Don’t blame us for centrists’ losses.