Friday, November 23, 2018


Revolutionary Organization of Labor, USA

November/December 2018


The Longer Monopoly Capitalism Survives,
the more Humanity’s Survival is in Jeopardy!

A Commentary on the New Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

First appeared in ROL, USA Newsletter #111
The scientists tasked with assessing global climate change are hearing urgent warnings for all humanity from Mother Nature!

Cuba Por Vida
Cindy Sheehan
An Exclusive Report on her recent inspiring trip to Cuba
First appeared in ROL, USA Newsletter #111
At Gates of Gitmo Torture Camp: 2007
2007 was the first time I went to Cuba—the timing was around the anniversary of the U.S. (under the Bush regime) opening the prison/torture camp at Guantanamo Bay. My traveling companions included an Arab woman whose son was currently detained at Guantanamo; a man who had been detained there; and a mother whose son was killed in the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001. We were quite the group of people whose lives had been fundamentally changed by the actions of the demented U.S. Empire. Despite promises to the contrary by the Obama regime, Guantanamo Prison Camp is still open for torture business all these years later.
Trump's USA: No Country for Women
Ray Light
 The Significance of Kavanaugh’s Elevation to the Supreme Court
 First appeared in ROL, USA Newsletter #111

On Saturday, October 6, 2018, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court by one of the slimmest margins in U.S. history. Somber-looking Senators voted 50 to 48 to “elevate” Kavanaugh. A chorus of women in the Senate’s public galleries quite appropriately and repeatedly interrupted the proceedings with cries of  “Shame!” A few days later, in a private ceremony, Kavanaugh was quickly sworn in as the one hundred and fourteenth justice of the Supreme Court.

1 comment:

  1. This is really worth reading. nice informative article. Completely love the way you have covered it New Year 2019


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