Dispatches From the Culture Wars - November 12, 2019
- A Few Tips on How to Understand Latin American Coups
- The Vigilante President
- Flipping Red States
- Left Strategy as 2020 Looms
- The GOP’s Pitch to African Americans
- Meditations in an Emergency
- Bad Time to Be a Scab
- Trumpifying the Courts
- Her Road to Office Was a Finger in the Air
No coup is uncomplicated. That doesn't mean you can't take a stand.
As impeachment and the 2020 election loom, Trump’s hard-core supporters are poised to unleash a wave of violence against their enemies.
What the Virginia, Mississippi and Kentucky elections can tell us about 2020.
It’s no surprise that there are knotty debates on the left over both electoral and non-electoral strategy for 2020 and beyond. These six articles posted on Organizing Upgrade in the last several weeks bring a range of grassroots organizer-based strategic perspectives.
In Atlanta, Trump rallies black supporters ahead of 2020 despite polls showing anemic support among African Americans.
By Marissa Brostoff
November 7, 2019
As leftist Jews living in a period of planetary devastation, we’ve often thought of Walter Benjamin; the best-known Jewish sage to dwell on such questions in the modern era, he imagined history from the perspective of an angel caught in a storm called progress, flying with his back to the future as trash piles up endlessly in his line of sight.
Amid the rise of a new labor movement, the classic insult is going mainstream.
Trump has now appointed one out of every four appeals-court judges — more than Obama did in eight years in office.
By Jack Arnholz
November 6, 2019
A cyclist who famously flipped off Trump's motorcade wins election in Virginia.