Universal Health Care in Different Countries, Pros and Cons of Each or Why America Is the Only Rich Country Without Universal Health Care by KIMBERLY AMADEO Balance December 24, 2018 Universal health care is a system that provides quality medical services to all citizens. The federal government offers it to everyone regardless of their ability to pay, which … Continue reading What is Universal Health Care?
by Teodrose Firke Ghion Journal Jan 29, 2019 Growing up, one of my biggest heroes and the person I wanted to emulate when I got older was Malcolm X. This was during my time of militancy and youthful rebellion, when I thought the only way to arrive at justice was through a revolution. The insurgent within … Continue reading The Wisdom of Malcolm X: He was Warning Us about These Bourgeois Hustlers
by Moon of Alabama Jan 16, 2019 Despite the loss of major narratives, the war of the deep state against U.S. President Trump continues unabated. The main of tool in this war are allegations of relations between Trump and anything Russia. The war runs along several parallel paths. The narrative war in the media … Continue reading The Trump-Russia Scam – How Obama Enabled The FBI To Spy On Trump
On the 2nd anniversary of the “assessment” blaming Russia for “collusion” with Trump there is still no evidence other than that which shows the media “colluded” with the spooks. By Ray McGovern Consortium News Jan 7, 2017 The banner headline atop page one of The New York Times print edition two years ago today, on January 7, 2017, set … Continue reading James Clapper’s Intelligence Community Assessment
Too many of those protesting the removal of U.S. forces are authors of the catastrophe that tore Syria to pieces by Max Blumenthal Consortium News Dec 27, 2018 Donald Trump’s announcement of an imminent withdrawal of US troops from northeastern Syria summoned a predictable paroxysm of outrage from Washington’s foreign policy establishment. Former secretary of state … Continue reading Critics of Syria Withdrawal are the Same Ones Who Fueled Rise of ISIS
by Ranier Shea Revolution Dispatch Jan 1, 2019 A big part of the normalization of endless war in our society is Americans’ tendency to superficially glorify the politicians who’ve carried out these wars. Polls show George W. Bush’s popularity went up greatly in the last two years, despite the fact he’s a war criminal who’s slaughtered hundreds of thousands … Continue reading A Candidate Doesn’t Deserve Our Trust Unless They Are Anti-Empire
by Ryan Cooper The Week Dec 18, 2018 If the United States is going to do its part in the international effort to combat the existential risk posed by climate change, it must conduct an all-out crash decarbonization program. The biggest obstacle to that objective is the Republican Party. But the second-biggest is the conservative faction … Continue reading Anybody Can Beat Donald Trump in 2020