Tag Archives: protest

Dear Mayor De Blasio, Have the Pigs Stand Down

Last Wednesday night, a thirty-two-old British citizen named Milo Yiannopoulos, a prominent member of the “alt-right” who had previouly attacked a transgender student during a speech at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, was prevented from speaking at the University of California at Berkeley by a group of anonymous, “black bloc” anarchists. Liberals and conservatives, united […]

Why (and How) Protests Work

From the anti-war protests of the Bush years through to Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter and the other groups too numerous to list, the left has been gaining momentum and sorely needed independence from the death sentence of center-corporate Democratic party policy. With the influx last week of several hundred thousand people at the […]

The University of Missouri Protests: What Happens Now?

The University of Missouri’s black students have used hunger strikes, protests, and walk-outs to try and reach the ears of the university’s administration. The last straw was a swastika drawn on one of the dorm buildings in excrement, which might have been the first and only straw for some, in what the Washington Post called […]