By the Incendiary Editorial Board On March 8, thousands across the US will celebrate International Working Women’s Day (IWWD), a working-class holiday that originated at the beginning of the 20th century as part of the struggle for socialism. Since then, the holiday which began as a rallying cry to politicize and organize women against the ruling class (the bourgeoisie) has been co-opted by the class … Continue reading Fight for a Revolutionary Proletarian Women’s Movement!
Photo: Pete Buttigieg flees Fight for $15 event after workers turn against him By Miriam Cordova Editor’s Note: Shortly after this article was published, reports surfaced that Pete Buttigieg will be dropping out of the Democratic Presidential race. Yesterday, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg lost decisively in the South Carolina primary to former Vice-President Joe Biden. Receiving only eight percent of the primary vote, his … Continue reading CHARLESTON: Buttigieg Fares Poorly in Primary, Black Workers Force Early Departure from Photo-Op
PHOTO: Photos of campaign signs with Election Boycott Slogans and Hammer and Sickle (Source: @HeidiSloanforTX twitter) By Robert Madrone Note: This article has been updated to include photos Incendiary received of an election boycott banner drop that occurred on Thursday morning. On Thursday, politician Heidi Sloan posted photos on her twitter page of campaign signs that had been painted with election boycott messages, hammers and … Continue reading AUSTIN: Election Boycott Targets Campaign Signs, DSA Politician Cries Suppression
By The Incendiary Editorial Board After a lauded performance at the third Democratic presidential debate last week, candidate Robert “Beto” O’Rourke has watched his favorability ratings jump in the polls after having low numbers for most of the campaign season. This boost is largely thanks to his response to a question about gun control, where he enthusiastically asserted that he supported a mandatory buyback program … Continue reading Robert “Beto” O’Rourke: No “Son of the Border,” Only An Heir to Imperialism