Mixed feelings in Texas

An article about the midterm elections for the daily German newspaper „nd“ Greg Casar is another left-wing Democrat moving into the U.S. House of Representatives—a bright spot on an otherwise mixed election night Guns and cowboy hats were not to be seen at...

Québec in solidarity

On October 3, the Canadian province of Québec elected a new parliament. The incumbent premier, François Legault, and his Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) won the election with 41 percent of the vote. Due to the majority voting system, the party won a whopping 90 of 125...

The Hopeful in the Hudson Valley

Until now, socialist politics have been more acceptable in the cities of the USA. Sarahana Shresta wants to change that in rural New York. Malicious tongues say about the Hudson Valley that it has become the new Brooklyn. It only takes a good three hours to get to the...

Socialism In The Sunshine

In the centre of San Francisco, just opposite its grandiose City Hall, there’s a square surrounded by fencing and blocked off from view. At first glance, it looks like a construction site, but on closer inspection it turns out there are people living in tents. You see...
The „Freedom“ They Mean

The „Freedom“ They Mean

On the protests in Ottowa “It is high time that these illegal and dangerous activities stop,” said Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. On Friday, February 18, the clearing out began. Police informed downtown Ottawa squatters* in their trucks that they would have...