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May 24, 2018
Venezuelan Mother tells the story behind the death of her son (in Spanish)

Venezuela: A mother's testimony

Often right-wing violence is meant to provoke security forces so that their reaction could be recorded and broadcast as if it were unprovoked repression.
News
May 24, 2018
Counting votes in Caracas. Photo: Humberto Da Silva

The vultures of Venezuela

Humberto DaSilva
rabble.ca's correspondent to the Venezuelan presidential elections on May 20 reflects on what he saw in Caracas.
Photos
May 14, 2018
Doug Ford. Photo: Bruce Reeve/Flickr

The media makes it too easy for Doug Ford

Karl Nerenberg
Canadian media are covering Ford the way U. S. media covered Trump. Even when they believe they are being critical, by disproportionately focusing on the PC leader they are helping his campaign.
News
May 14, 2018
Photo: Al_HikesAZ/Flickr

CBC, CP and Toronto Star give oxygen to Ford campaign

Karl Nerenberg
Canadian media are covering Ford the way U. S. media covered Trump. Even when they believe they are being critical, by disproportionately focusing on the PC leader they are helping his campaign.
Photos
Apr 16, 2018
Photo: Wikipedia

Canada's acquiescence in Syria's war is wrong

Yves Engler
By launching airstrikes without UN approval, the U.S. has once again flagrantly violated international law, and Ottawa immediately supported the U.S. bombing.
Columnists
Apr 14, 2018
Trump Tower. Image: Brad/Flickr

On surviving Trumptime

Lenin said there are decades when nothing happens and weeks when decades happen. Then there's Trumptime, when every day seems to last a century of cataclysmic moments and tomorrow is another century.
Photos
Apr 5, 2018

The fight for Dr. King's legacy

Karl Nerenberg
In 1968 when an assassin killed Martin Luther King, the civil rights leader was becoming more radical. Today, prisons are at the heart of a new Jim Crow.

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