By Zach the Red August 13, 2020 marks what would have been Fidel Castro’s 94th birthday. Like many (if not most) people born in the United States, I grew up knowing little about Castro other than what those who would have seen him killed drummed into my head. This Fidel was nothing short of a […]Read More A Small Tribute to Comrade Fidel
While we may be less accustomed to it in the age of Trump, there is still a certain type of politician beloved in bourgeois politics. The higher-end lines of this model are often referred to as “Kennedyesque,” after a certain pampered playboy who routinely gets more credit than he deserves. These versions have enough charisma […]Read More Profiles in Plastic Courage: Garcia and Garcetti in the Face of Righteous Rebellion
As a potential second-wave of COVID-19 begins and many bourgeois people begin to enjoy “life getting back to normal,” many groups of working-class and disposessed people are still facing a high-level of danger on a daily basis that COVID only compounds. In particular, incarcerated people in America are at a significantly higher risk of contracting […]Read More Prison As Class War: Release Inmates Now!
(Note: All information about various group actions have been pulled from public social media statements) Since Trump’s first presidential campaign, many liberals have been quick to bemoan the increasing social fragmentation of American society. One frequent complaint has been that both the left and the right have moved in more radical directions, flirting with forms […]Read More The Difference Between Us and Them: Left and Right Responses to COVID-19