Articles by Deirdre Fulton
"Morally Obscene" Trump Budget Proposal Stands to Make America Cruel Again
Deirdre Fulton Environment, public education, worker protections, and cultural institutions all stand to lose under Trump's "cruel" budget blueprint
Alongside Sanders, New York Governor Announces First-In-Nation Free Tuition Plan
Deirdre Fulton 'Our job is to encourage every person in this country to get all of the education they can, not to punish them for getting that education,' Sanders says in New York
Kerry Slams Israeli Settlements but Strong Words Are 'No Plan at All'
Deirdre Fulton 'The reality is that Israel has no incentive to comply with the principles Kerry outlined,' says Jewish Voice for Peace
Those Who Failed to Recognize Trump as 'Greater Evil' Made a 'Bad Mistake': Chomsky
Deirdre Fulton "I didn't like Clinton at all, but her positions are much better than Trump's on every issue I can think of"
'Maritime Graveyard': 2016 Deadliest Year Ever for Refugees Crossing Mediterranean
Deirdre Fulton "From one death for every 269 arrivals last year, in 2016 the likelihood of dying has spiraled to one in 88," says UNHCR spokesman
Tens of Thousands in Streets, on Strike in Poland Over Draconian Abortion Ban
Deirdre Fulton Solidarity protests were also held in Paris, Berlin, Brussels, London, and elsewhere in Europe and the United States
The Anthropocene Is Here: Humanity Has Pushed Earth Into a New Epoch
Deirdre Fulton The epoch is thought to have begun in the 1950s, when human activity set global systems on a different trajectory
The Boy in the Ambulance Offers Glimpse of 'Profound Horrors' in Syria
Deirdre Fulton "It didn't stop & it won't stop with Omran if the world doesn't act."
Turning Backs on Despair, Richest Nations Doing Least for World's Refugees
Deirdre Fulton 'Poorer countries are shouldering the duty of protecting refugees...but many richer countries are doing next to nothing.'
Amid Rise in Bombings and Civilian Deaths, US Sells More Arms to Saudis
Deirdre Fulton More than two dozen civilians have reportedly been killed in Yemen as airstrikes resumed after United Nations-brokered peace talks fell apart
Bayer-Monsanto Merger Is 'Five-Alarm Threat' to Food and Farms
Deirdre Fulton A new legal opinion penned by two former Justice Department officials bolsters warnings that the proposed merger between agroindustrial giants Bayer and Monsanto "is a...
Theresa May Says "Yes," She's Prepared to Kill Hundreds of Thousands in Nuke Attack
Deirdre Fulton The UK Parliament on Monday debated whether to renew Trident, Britain's aging nuclear weapons system.
As Establishment Lines up Behind Clinton, Calls Resound to 'Let It Bern'
Deirdre Fulton "The Bernie campaign didn't get this far by deferring to the powerful, and there's no good reason to start now," says Norman Solomon of RootsAction
What Happens Next? People's Summit to Fortify Sanders' Political Revolution
Deirdre Fulton Speakers at the Summit, taking place June 17-19 in Chicago, comprise a roster of progressive luminaries
World's Low-Cost Economy Built on the Backs of 46 Million Modern Day Slaves
Deirdre Fulton 'Business leaders who refuse to look into the realities of their own supply chains are misguided and irresponsible.'
'Not a Symbol, a Signal': Wave of Direct Actions Points to Fossil-Free Future
Deirdre Fulton On final day of two-week Break Free mobilization, demonstrations take place in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Turkey, and beyond
Former 9/11 Commissioner: '28 Pages' Clearly Expose Saudi Support
Deirdre Fulton "Our report should never have been read as an exoneration of Saudi Arabia."
Trapped in 'Vicious Circle,' Greece Passes Crushing New Austerity Package
Deirdre Fulton 'Every day they destroy our country a little more,' says protester in Athens
'Why? and Why Now?' Panama Papers 'John Doe' Steps Out of Shadows
Deirdre Fulton Anonymous whistleblower says "Panama Papers are, if nothing else, a glaring symptom of our society's progressively diseased and decaying moral fabric."
Chernobyl at 30: Thousands Still Living in the Shadow of Nuclear Disaster
Deirdre Fulton 'The suffering caused by Chernobyl shows why we need to get rid of nuclear power for good,' says Greenpeace
"Global Elite's Theater": Paris Deal Is Mere Starting Point for Climate Justice
Deirdre Fulton Provisions in COP21 deal 'are not enough to avoid a pathway towards a 3°C world,' warns Oxfam
Media's Coronation of Clinton Belies Sanders' Path Toward Victory
Deirdre Fulton 'The pundits might not like it,' Sanders said on Sunday night, 'but the people are making history.'
Universal Basic Income Floated to Counter UK's Austerity-Driven Cuts
Deirdre Fulton Offering unconditional pay to all citizens allows 'people the freedom and flexibility to do more of what they want to do,' says UK politician
Opposing Corporate Coup, Campaigners Block Trade Talk Doors
Deirdre Fulton Meanwhile, new report shows how major trade deals like TTIP are a serious threat to democracy and the environment
The Corporate-Friendly Trade Deals Threatening Ordinary People in 2016
Deirdre Fulton 2016 is the year to put 'the interests of communities and the environment before the interests of multinational corporations'
EPA Turnaround on Toxic Herbicide 'Huge Victory for Future of Food'
Deirdre Fulton Revoking Enlist Duo approval, agency sides with green groups and pulls brake on 'lethal cocktail of chemicals'
'Worse Than We Thought': TPP a Total Corporate Power Grab Nightmare
Deirdre Fulton 'President Obama has sold the American people a false bill of goods,' says Friends of the Earth
'We Will Stand for Ourselves': Global Movement Stakes Claim for COP21
Deirdre Fulton 'The Paris moment will be defined not by what happens in the negotiating halls, but in the streets of Paris and around the world.'
'Capitalism Is Mother Earth's Cancer': World People's Summit Issues 12 Demands
Deirdre Fulton The establishment of an independent climate tribunal to hold wealthy nations accountable emerged as a central goal of conference in Bolivia