Trial begins this week for some of the 214 people charged with conspiracy to riot during Donald Trump’s inauguration, in Washington, January 20th.
“AFRICOM perpetuates the myth that Africa needs policing,” said Washington DC human rights activist Netfa Freeman, representing th
The nation’s best known political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal, told supporters that his new book, Have Black Lives Ever Mattered
The military-industrial complex depicts Russia as an implacable enemy of the U.S.
The U.S.-backed regime in Haiti plans to reactivate the national army, which was disbanded for terrorizing the population.
“Capitalists continually search for the highest return on their investments -- not creating jobs.”
“After more than two decades of so-called democracy, the entire wealth of the country is in the hands of thre
“There is a great deal to learn from the USSR, a great deal to admire and a great deal to censure.”
“Lenin’s uncompromising support for the right of nations to self-determination, up to and including secession
- by Danny Haiphong In the final analysis, the nation’s First Black President has been a “great protector and arbiter of the racist state.” Not only has Barack Obama refused to indict killer cops, he…
- by BAR poet in residence Raymond Nat Turner This week our poet in residence observes the quadrenniel extravaganza put on by the Democratic wing of the party of the one percent.
- by Gerald A. Perreira
- by Ann Garrison Three U.S. presidents – Clinton, Bush and Obama – have honored their alliance with Paul Kagame, one of the world’s premier war criminals, by dutifully deporting his critics to…
- by Colin Todhunter Britain’s colonial empire may have passed into history, but the UK’s neocolonial grip strangles much of African, devouring the continent’s resources and leaving little of the…