20 February | Bernie Sanders was notably one of the only progressives in Congress to vote in favor of the recent spending bill to keep the government open. In doing so, he failed to fight in the interest of (...)
15 February | The Israeli Lobby spends millions to influence U.S. politicians, but the United States’ uncritical support for the state of Israel is not just about AIPAC, it’s about (...)
James Dennis Hoff
14 February | As Warren announces her candidacy to become the Democratic Party presidential nominee for 2020, she presents herself as a progressive candidate. But her history tells a different (...)
25 January | A left-populist campaign inside the Democratic Party will not get us closer to socialism.
Juan Cruz Ferre
11 January | In spite of promises to "Abolish ICE," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others voted to fund it on their very first day in office.
4 December 2018 | U.S. politics are being continually redefined. What are the implications of a changing South for building the Left?
17 November 2018 | What the interplay of race, gender and class dynamics teaches us about Trumpism and the 2018 midterm election results.
Thuy Anh Tran
12 November 2018 | Robert “Beto” O’Rourke is quickly becoming a household name after coming within three percentage points of ruining Ted Cruz’s reelection in Texas.
7 November 2018 | Democrats handily took control of the House, but a few key defeats tainted the election results. The great protagonist: women of color.
7 November 2018 | In these midterm elections, many progressives argued that we should vote the lesser evil, or vote for "harm reduction" by casting our ballots for the Democratic Party. But, the Democratic Party (...)
1 November 2018 | A snapshot of the political situation days before the U.S. midterm elections.
1 October 2018 | Despite the shockingly farcical hearing in which Brett Kavanaugh was forced to address allegations of his history of sexual assault, there is every indication that he will be confirmed by the (...)
7 August 2018 | Things have moved quickly since June, when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won a primary election in New York, becoming the Democratic Party’s candidate for a seat in the U.S. House of (...)
29 July 2018 | On Sunday, the New York City DSA's leadership voted to endorse Cynthia Nixon.
28 July 2018 | Members of DSA-NYC are currently voting on whether to endorse Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic Party primary for the governor of New York. Members of the North Brooklyn branch of DSA have made a (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliWladek Flakin
2 July 2018 | After the successful electoral campaign of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, there is a temptation to endorse other electoral candidates, including so-called "progressives" like Cynthia Nixon. What (...)
30 June 2018 | Ocasio’s victory in the Democratic primaries is a sign of increasing openness to socialism among U.S. voters. The left may squander the opportunity revealed by her win if the wrong lessons are (...)
20 April 2018 | Two NY DSA members make the case for ending all DSA endorsements of the Democratic Party.
Tiffany BerrutiZack K
10 April 2018 | In the wake of the Stoneman Douglas mass shooting, the aftermath has launched a nationwide movement against gun violence. On the surface it’s hard not to agree with these organizers but when we (...)
2 April 2018 | Members of the DSA in Denver introduced an “anti-capitalist plank” into the local Democratic Party constitution. Is this really the way forward to build (...)
1 February 2018 | On Sunday, the International Women’s Strike New York held a kickoff panel calling for an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist feminism.
1 February 2018 | In the midst of a crisis of both parties, what did Trump SOTU propose and what does it mean for working class and oppressed people?
10 November 2017 | Progressive candidates and even socialist candidates did well in Tuesday's election. How can we use this to build a mass anti-capitalist movement?
16 October 2017 | What does working class independence mean? How should we orient towards the labor movement?
Kate Doyle Griffiths