GUEST WORDS-On the third anniversary of a deadly Charlottesville hate fest that saw tiki-torch-waving white supremacists marching through the streets with swastikas screaming "Seig Heil!" "Blood and Soil!" and "Jews will not replace us!", many argue little has changed, at least not for the better.
CLIMATE POLITICS-This is a busy time for Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, PhD, a marine biologist, environmental policy expert, and CEO of conservation consulting firm Ocean Collectiv.
COUNTERPUNCH-The political success of Russiagate lies in the vanishing of American history in favor of a façade of liberal virtue.
OTHER WORDS-Federal troops may be standing down in Portland for now. But Donald Trump has also dispatched federal agents to Cleveland, Milwaukee, Detroit, Chicago, Kansas City, and Albuquerque.
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING--The timer is now ticking on Israel. While Israel historically put Palestinians on the slow burner, gnawing at their lands and livelihoods, time was in Israel’s favor was the world turned a blind eye. Those days are over.
SCOTUS--People of the menstruating persuasion: how dare you. The highest court in the land demands to know.