Author: MLToday

Lenin, Britain, and Elections

Text of a speech to the Communist Party trade union and political cadre school Wortley Hall, 6 February 2010 In addressing questions of the Communist Party in Britain and its relation to the Labour Party and elections, Lenin...

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A Nation on its Knees

Haiti has suffered, and continues to suffer, from the malign interference of foreign powers. The question: Whose fault is Haiti’s devastation? The earthquake was clearly an act of God, but the mess which is the...

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We Send Doctors, Not Soldiers

In my Reflection of January 14, two days after the catastrophe in Haiti, which destroyed that neighboring sister nation, I wrote: "In the area of healthcare and others the Haitian people has received the cooperation of...

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Shed a Tear for Democracy:

Supreme Court’s "Citizens United" Decision Will Unleash Flood of Corporate Money in Elections; Public Citizen Calls for Constitutional Amendment to Reverse Decision Shed a tear for our democracy. Today, in the case...

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Shed a Tear for Democracy

Supreme Court’s Citizens United Will Unleash Flood of Corporate Money in Elections; Public Citizen Calls for Constitutional Amendment to Reverse Decision Shed a tear for our democracy. Today, in the case Citizens United v. FEC,...

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Obama’s Foreign and Military Policy

A year has gone by since Sen. Barack Obama assumed the presidency, replacing George W. Bush, who was among the worst chief executives in American history. The election of an African American to the White House is an historically...

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History of a Haitian Holocaust


"For Gates, appointed by Bush and allowed to hang around by Obama, it’s security first. That was his lesson from Hurricane Katrina. Blackwater before drinking water."
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