Larry Wines: Welcome to 2016, Mr. de Tocqueville. A time and a land devoid of intellectual honesty, where the promise of the Fourth Estate as the ultimate check and balance on the three branches of government and the forces of society was lost when the mainstream media became a wholly-owned subsidiary of corporatocracy.
Ezili Dantò: There’s a reason to recall the efforts responsible Haitians make to survive the Western rabid rage hidden behind the do-gooders’ benevolence.
After the November election, how will America look in the coming four years?
Occupy and Democrats: dating, marriage, just friends?
Overall, LA Progressive readers who took this survey are quite enthusiastic about Occupy America’s potential. Five or 10 years from now, most think we’ll look back upon these days fondly
Ezili Danto: Keep vigilant for the carnival of violence will be blamed on Lavalas and Aristide. No doubt about this, the chessboard is set. The perpetrators will be seen as the peacemakers
Regardless of the outcome of the midterm elections, the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United is one that cannot be ignored. Joe Palermo called the impact of the Citizens United decision a “game changer”.