— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 27, 2016 08:40 AM
The results demonstrate the degree to which the British working class have been disenfranchised and ignored by the powers that be. Millions of working-class voters cast their ballots against the urban agents of financial capital and the likes of Cameron's Conservatives and New Labour politics of social exclusion.
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 22, 2016 02:56 PM
All research that is publicly funded should be provided as a public good.
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 15, 2016 05:08 PM
There needs to be public policy options offered as part of this discussion so the public (and legislators) can actually compare the costs and effectiveness of different climate change policies.
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 15, 2016 05:04 PM
With the revelations that there is next to no regulation (and enforcement of current regulation) over use and abuse of Canadian's data, it is time to rethink the model.
Looking beyond the candidates: Understanding what's important in the Democratic Primary | What's Left
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 15, 2016 04:55 PM
A healthy democratic system is one that evolves and changes, but the American system for nominating and electing Presidential candidates is a dinosaur (and not the fun kind).
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 07, 2016 02:59 PM
Important differences exist between different internet application-based contract employment. Understanding these differences is essential for organizers to effectively orientate to workers in these sectors.
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified Jun 24, 2016 05:53 PM
The "Millennial” label, like all of these generational labels, lumps everyone together in an arbitrary category, as if being born a year before or after a predetermined year gives one special super powers of reason or innate ability to use technology.
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified May 30, 2016 02:39 PM
The Trade in Services Agreement text has been released by Wikileaks. If implemented, it would be very destructive to public services for all countries around the world.
— by Emily Niles — last modified May 30, 2016 02:39 PM
For the past twenty years, successive federal governments have maintained a restrictive two per cent funding cap on the PSSSP that has resulted in funding falling far behind growing demand for post-secondary education, rising tuition fees and increasing living costs. As a consequence, Indigenous communities administering the funds are forced to make impossible choices about which students in their communities receive support each year.
— by Editors (What's Left) — last modified May 09, 2016 10:04 AM
Does anyone really trust US law makers to "get it right" when it comes to digital privacy issues? It is a sad state of affairs where the private US technology sector and the US government have such internally contradictory and competing interests. What is needed is an informed debate, but the world is doubtful that can happen in the US today.