Christine Ahn says the two leading presidential contenders present a false dichotomy about U.S. diplomatic options with North Korea.
Category: Election 2020
The Argument for a Maximum Wage
Could British levels of support for an income cap ever take root in the U.S.? Sam Pizzigati says the idea isn’t as un-American as it may seem.
ELECTION 2020: 19th Century Polling Laws to Stop Parties Kidnapping Voters May Be Inadequate This Time
Vestigial laws may be ill-equipped for hyper-partisan 2020, writes Kristin Kanthak.
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.
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.
Chris Hedges: The Politics of Cultural Despair
As our empire implodes, and with it social cohesion, we must face what is happening — not only around us— but within us.
‘The Emails Are Russian’ Will Be the Narrative, Regardless of Facts or Evidence
Media reaction to The New York Post’s publication of Hunter Biden’s emails shows the further deterioration of objectivity since Trump’s election in 2016, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
ELECTION 2020: Mobs & US Elections
The prospect of far-right vigilantes heading into the streets to contest the results of the November election has even mainstream institutions worried, writes John Feffer.
ELECTION 2020: Corporations Shouldn’t Manage Another Presidential Debate
The Commission on Presidential Debates is a major cause of lowest common- denominator politics, writes John Buell.