US Elections & Politics
By David Walsh, November 16, 2012
The ISO has responded to the recent US election with general satisfaction over Democrat Barack Obama’s return to the White House and an ever-greater obsession with race.
By Barry Grey, November 9, 2012
The full depth of reaction emerges when the Nation turns its fixation on race and gender to the subject of white people.
By Andre Damon, November 8, 2012
In the wake of Barack Obama's victory in the 2012 US presidential election, the Democrats have proclaimed their intent to collaborate with Republicans to slash billions of dollars in social spending.
By Patrick Martin, November 5, 2012
Both Obama and Romney are concealing the reactionary policies they will put into effect in the post-election period.
By our reporters, October 31, 2012
This past weekend, the SEP held regional conferences in Los Angeles and Berkeley, California. This coming weekend, conferences will be held in New York City and Detroit.
By Eric London, October 30, 2012
Four candidates met in Chicago last Tuesday for what was billed as the first Third Party Presidential Debate.
By Bill Van Auken, October 26, 2012
With barely a week and a half to go until the November 6 presidential elections, the entire spectrum of the American pseudo-left is exerting maximum efforts to turn out votes for Obama with the claim that the reelection of the incumbent Democrat would represent the “lesser of two evils.”
By Joseph Kishore, October 22, 2012
In making their case for the reelection of Barack Obama, the writers and editors of the Nation magazine are compelled to resort to sophistry and lies.
Obama-Romney foreign policy debate
By Patrick Martin, October 22, 2012
Behind the backs of the American people, and the with the support of both Obama and Romney, the United States is preparing new military interventions and wars of aggression.
By Bill Van Auken, October 20, 2012
With the US presidential election little more than two weeks away, the Obama administration is quietly preparing to keep tens of thousands of troops in Afghanistan.
By Patrick Martin, October 19, 2012
A letter signed by 16 top bankers demands immediate bipartisan action to slash the federal deficit.
By Steve Filips, October 18, 2012
SEP Vice Presidential candidate Phyllis Scherrer speaks to workers and students in Syracuse and Ithaca.