5 things you can do to keep fighting without Bernie Sanders.
The debate last night proved one thing, it’s time to build a democratic working class party!
What is redundant is the time wasted arguing about what is or is not “socialism.”
Whether you love Robert’s Rules or hate them, it cannot be denied that those who know Robert’s Rules have an advantage, both inside and outside of DSA spaces.
In a recent article Joel Bliefuss commented on the Democratic Socialists of America’s 2019 Convention. While the article maintains a positive tone, Bliefuss misinterprets one of the convention’s most important resolutions.
The same people who were tweeting #LoveTrumpsHate and #StillWithHer were publicly praying for a man’s death.
Sing the Internationale and remember, sing it to express not to impress! 😉
Electoralism and Reformism are not inherently the same thing. One is about base building to build power, the other is about appeasing the powers that be.
Do not throw that word around lightly, it needs to be used to call out genuinely damaging behavior.
I am in Atlanta for the 2019 DSA national convention for the weekend. I may write up a piece on it, but I will be taking a content break for the rest of this week to focus on my work. Thanks for your support, feel free to catch up on some of my older posts.Continue reading “Notice: Out of Town, Will Resume Posting Again Monday August 5”
Forsaking sex when talking about our society leads to a continuation of our insecurities and perpetuates the erasure of large groups of people.
I am a strong supporter of the DSA’s current electoral platform, and I say that as someone who is beyond disilluisioned with electoralism. However, the DSA’s current platform for getting as many socialists as possible elected to public office has been nothing but good for the organization and for socialism. This platform of pushing forContinue reading “Don’t Just Vote for Socialists, Vote for ECO-Socialists”
The Revolutionary Communist Party is a cult that hijacks events and embarrasses the left. If we do not confront them they could force socialism back into the marginal corners of U.S. politics once again.