U.S. Police Unions Starting to Ask: Why Does the ACLU ‘Defend the Indefensible’?

U.S. Police Unions Starting to Ask: Why Does the ACLU ‘Defend the Indefensible’?

With the introduction of ACLU Watch, more people can better understand that a robust police presence is not the true source of America’s crime problem, Robert Bridge writes. Law enforcement officials have begun a watch beat of sorts against the American Civil Liberties Union, whose support of justice reform has translated into more criminals roaming…

Neoliberalism Resulted in a Handful of People Owning the Entire World

Neoliberalism Resulted in a Handful of People Owning the Entire World

The international financial system set up by the Bretton’s Woods institutions and exacerbated by the exit from the gold standard by the US in the 1970s has to be dismantled for a fair international monetary order to be established among the free and sovereign nations. Global 0.000001% have economically enslaved the people of the entire…

The Real Reason the Right Continues to Lose Every Ideological Battle

The Real Reason the Right Continues to Lose Every Ideological Battle

It is unchecked Individualism and “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” that are really killing the West, Tim Kirby writes. There is a growing broad consensus that the West is reaching its own event horizon or has perhaps already fallen into the abyss. This overwhelmingly diverse group of ideological camps, politicians and media pundits…

The Techfare State: The ‘New’ Face of Neoliberal State Regulation

The Techfare State: The ‘New’ Face of Neoliberal State Regulation

A recent article in the New York Times takes aim at ‘How Big Tech Won the Pandemic’, highlighting how in the last year alone, Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook posted a combined revenue of more than $1.2 trillion. While the pandemic has resulted in the loss of both work and life the world over, companies like…

Disregarding History: Tigray and the Collapse of Evangelical Neoliberalism

Disregarding History: Tigray and the Collapse of Evangelical Neoliberalism

June 2021 Elections On June 21st Ethiopians headed to the polls. It was widely expected that the incumbent prime minister Abiy Ahmed would emerge the winner. 47 parties have participated in the general and regional elections. Abiy’s Prosperity Party leads the chart on the number of registered candidates contesting for seats at the parliament with…