Trans-Pacific Partnership and National Illusions

November 7, 2015 admin 0

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, a twelve nation transnational treaty – but one encompassing much more than tariffs – is now entering the public dialogue in a substantial way for the first time in the eight years […]


Seeing $Green

June 9, 2015 admin 0

June 6th in Minneapolis saw the march against tar sand extraction, bitumen oil pipelines and “bomb trains” (crude oil shipments by rail that have a bad habit of spilling.) It began with an indigenous tribal water […]

The Left

Greenism and neo-Malthusian pseudoscience

June 6, 2015 admin 0

(Originally published in the Weekly Worker.) Even in this age of computers, robots, space travel, nanotechnology and bioengineering, it is impossible to rationally discuss human society and nature as if they were two entirely separate […]


ACR Supplement to Episode 70

May 29, 2015 Editor 0

The social and human cost of extraction – discussion on The Pipeline and the Paradigm: Keystone XL, Tar Sands and the Battle to Defuse the Carbon Bomb by Samuel Avery


Trade Unionists on the Oil Workers Strike

February 10, 2015 Editor 0

The headline was “Tesoro L.A. Refinery workers vote to authorize strike”, but, this was nearly three years ago. (Reuters, April 19, 2012) Two years before that a refinery disaster at the same company’s Anacortes refinery […]


To Save the Planet, Fight for a Red World

November 10, 2014 admin 0

(Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in the Weekly Worker during the run-up to 2009’s Copenhagen Climate Summit. We reprint it here given the increasingly grave nature of global climate change, the ruling class’s […]


Anti-Capitalist Radio Episode 56

June 16, 2014 admin 0

Notes on the Red Party Draft Program revisions Notes on renewable energy India: a correction; temporary victory for the Dongria Kondh tribe U.S. socialist electoral campaigns: showing promise but lacking cohesion