Category Archives: The Left’s Challenge

Ralph Nader on the Left-Right Alliance

In this interview from the Tom Woods Show, Ralph Nader discusses his book Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State. “It’s clear where the Left-Right disagree . . . but the areas of agreement are very fundamental … Continue reading

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Get up, stand up! For a cause. In perpetuity …

by Doug Champeau For an hour on Wednesday evenings, Wanda joins a small cadre of protesters on the sidewalk of the busy Lake Street/Marshall Avenue bridge. They hold signs insisting that the United States get out. Get out Afghanistan. Get … Continue reading

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Everyone Talks About World War I, But No One Does Anything About It

by Joe Scarry Saturday was the hundredth anniversary of the assassination that marks the beginning of World War I, and predictably the media was full of coverage. The stories will probably continue for the next four years, straight through until … Continue reading

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Boston Chapter of Come Home America Statement on Ukraine

by Doug Fuda, John Walsh and Joe Ureneck¬† Recent events in Ukraine have once again stirred the cry for U.S. intervention and possibly another war.¬† We call for immediate termination of U.S. government interference in the internal affairs of Ukraine … Continue reading

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Western Intellectuals Will Never Call for Prosecution of Their Own

by jay janson Knowledgeable and internationally aware people within Majority Mankind (the six billion Earthlings who live in the plundered Third World), have long had enough of the high-flown but meaningless erudite reporting of apathetic First World intellectuals dispassionately chronicling … Continue reading

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