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Letters – December 2016

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Public-private science Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s work is a breath of fresh air for anyone concerned with the widespread anti-science attitudes in society, particularly as we face real-time consequences of pseudoscience virality. Neil works tirelessly to […]

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Letters – November 2016

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Relax. Unite. So now that Trump has been elected, I noticed varying degrees of shock and horror, particularly from comrades who claimed “it doesn’t matter who wins”. The current state of the American left is […]

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Letters, October 2016

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Cage and Culture The impact of Luke Cage, the newest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe which debuted on Netflix September 30th, gives us a glimpse of the huge potential for liberation politics in pop […]

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Letters, August 2016

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Another way Last May, shortly after Bernie Sanders entered the Democratic Party presidential primary, I wrote an article for the Red Vine where I outlined a general position about his candidacy and how it would […]

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Letters, July 2016

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Sanders, Stein and Soltysik Now that Bernie Sanders is #ReadyforHillary, we should pause and consider what challenge the left is offering this election cycle against the crushingly dominant ideology of pragmatic lesser-evilism. On the June […]

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Letters, May 2016

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Our own machine I caught the last bit of a Robert Reich interview on the radio on my way to work this morning, where he referenced the Progressive Era and the New Deal as periods […]

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Letters, February 2016

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Unfair treatment of WWP presidential campaign The article on expressing support for Soltysik is ambiguous on a very good many points. The only substantive reason why socialists should support Soltysik and the SPUSA candidate […]

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Letters, January 2016

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R.I.P. Alan Rickman News of renowned actor Alan Rickman’s death swept social media on January 14. Even though he’s most widely known by millennials for his role as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series, Rickman’s career […]

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Letters, November 2015

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The NDP is what?! Considering the Canadian elections and the tight race it happens to be, I had been anticipating the response from various leftist groups on the New Democratic Party (NDP), and by extension, […]