By Ian Ocx and Hari Kumar, Red Phoenix correspondents. Late in the night June 1, 2023, Congress voted to pass an agreement on the debt ceiling to prevent the US government from defaulting on its national debt. This debate recurs… Read More ›
Why were the rich depositors of the Silicon Valley Bank bailed out by the government?
By Hari Kumar, Red Phoenix international correspondent. The clientele of California’s failed Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) was the high tech “start-up” industry in Silicon Valley. Banking is a con industry. After all, if all depositors arrived at the bank at… Read More ›
Inter-imperialist Contention: China vs the United States
Central Organ of the Communist Party of Ecuador — ML (PCMLE). One of the present characteristics of the international situation is the confrontation between the United States and China. Both imperialist states are struggling for domination of the global economy… Read More ›
Inflation and recession, the cyclical crisis of capitalism
The prices for things keep rising: why? Nothing is untouched by inflation, not even books. The Economist recently reported that some publishers are actually starting to shrink the white space between characters and run text closer to the ends of… Read More ›
For railway workers, the fight is not over
By: Ryan P, Red Phoenix correspondent, Pennsylvania. It is undeniable that, in America, railroad workers are severely underappreciated. Their jobs are physically demanding and require them to always be on call. Considering the heavy workload and the vital service they… Read More ›
End Inflation by Ending Wars
By: Shane Mahadeo, Florida Many people on the right claim that social spending programs drive inflationary pressures. Most of those who make these claims are misinformed on what inflation measures, the history of inflation rates, and the mechanisms employed by… Read More ›
Florida Minimum Wage Law: As Always, Too Little, Too Late
By: Andrew D, John P, Min A The Florida $15 minimum wage initiative, passed in 2020, is in all ways a band-aid solution to the problem of ever-increasing cost of living. While the idea of $15 an hour sounds very… Read More ›
Primer: The Debt Ceiling, Its History, and Its Consequences If Ignored
Andrew E. is an economics student in Massachusetts, and member of the American Party of Labor. The debt ceiling is, in essence, a limit for the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s borrowing agreed upon by the U.S. Congress. Before the… Read More ›
The National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression Calls for Protests the Day After The November Presidential Election (November 4, 2020) After the election, the peoples mandate for change must be carried out.
In this triple pandemic of racism, COVID-19, and recession our National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression is issuing a call to all the democratic forces presently engaged in the struggle against racist injustice, the economic slaughter of our communities… Read More ›
Interview: Ernesto A. on the Alienation of Disability
Torn between the influence of gangs, drug dealers, prostitutes, thieves, and ethically depraved financial opportunities, Ernest set the goal of Honest Work for himself because he saw the destruction that desperate criminality entailed.
Presentation of the Delegation of the American Party of Labor to the XXVI International Democratic, Anti-Fascist and Anti-Imperialist Youth Camp
Three comrades attended the XXVI International Democratic, Anti-fascist and Anti-Imperialist Youth Camp held in Mexico City from July 31st to August 5th of this year. They made the following presentation on behalf of the American Party of Labor: Good morning,… Read More ›
“Karl Marx’s Legacy in the Reinvigoration of the US Labor Movement:” Presentation by the American Party of Labor at the 22nd International Seminar on the Problems of the Revolution in Latin America.
Quito, Ecuador (July 26, 2018) This presentation was delivered by Comrade John Palameda at the 22nd International Seminar as a delegate representing the American Party of Labor. A year has passed since the National Secretary of the American Party of… Read More ›
Red Aid: Service to the People
The American Party of Labor is still out in New Brunswick, NJ every Sunday at 9:30 pm at the train station handing food, clothes, and help to the poor and homeless community. We’ve been helping people get jobs and assistance as… Read More ›
Interview: The Homeless Home Builders of America
Imagine nearing retirement age after decades of hard work and chasing fruitless opportunities, growing up in a working class family with 7 siblings, mastering your trade young, and building the family house with your father by the age of 13;… Read More ›
Service to the People: Community Control Now!
Basically, you are stepping in where the state will not, for the people that the state has forgotten. I wouldn’t even say forgotten. The people who the state has consciously decided to ignore.