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Why I refused an invitation to speak at a public meeting in Washington
21st Century Barbarism is driven by men in suits
The Swiss ecosocialist journal A l’encontre (La Breche) translates Chapter 11 of ‘Too Many People?’
Making more by paying less
Video exposes Enbridge’s grossly misleading account of the route tankers will take if the Northern Gateway tar sands pipeline is built
According to the CEO of Enbridge, yes we do!
“The Malthus Myth” and “What’s causing the environmental crisis” now online in French
Edward Galeano on solidarity …
“Conventional people are roused to fury by departures from convention, largely because they regard such departures as a criticism of themselves.” -Bertrand Russell
Part of the price one pays for being an editor is having to read occasional letters from crackpots.
Hydraulic fracturing, sure, it’s making you a buck, While the rest of us get sick and die and you just say “tough luck.”
Gas or bitumen or … (oops!)
Participants in the July 2012 national conference of the Australian youth organization Resistance explain what socialism means to them
Essential reading on Indigenous Peoples’ front-line struggles for the defense of Mother Earth
Journalist Laura Kaminker posts an independent summary of our arguments against populationism
How Canada’s Environment Minister earns his $230,000 salary
A Marxist science fiction writer on how we feel about the art we like or dislike, and how that relates to politics
Michael Perelman says Thorstein Veblen has become more relevant than ever.
This wonderful song by U.S. singer/songwriter David Rovics has been running through my head