We like to think that the 2016 election changed politics. It changed the rules about who can become president. It changed our perception of the media. 1,273 more words
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For a lot of socialist groups, political education has a tendency to linger on abstracts.
This is something of an unfair stereotype, as plenty of socialist formations expand what they teach their members and supporters beyond the usual list of Lenin, Marx, Engels, Mao, and interpretations of the above. 581 more words
Remember, Remember The Fourth of November (Episode 20 - Political Activism in the Trump Administration)
20th episode! Let’s do this. The guys are back to talk about political activism in the age of Trump and the challenges we face with protest ranging from difficulties in organization, to reasonable fears of police overreaction, to simple problems with outreach to new communities. 38 more words
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, held a partisan election for judicial posts on November 7. An independent candidate, Mik Pappas, who was endorsed by Democratic Socialists of America, defeated a Democratic judicial incumbent for one of the posts.