Yesterday, 23 May, federal prosecutors unsealed a new, 18-count superseding indictment charging Julian Assange with violating the Espionage Act, the first use of the 1917 law against a publisher.
The Italian fascist leader Mussolini claimed: “Fascism should more appropriately be called corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power.” Thus this article makes a number of good points. Read here
CommonSpace – Analysis: Yellow Vests hold out more hope for climate revolution than suits in Katowice
CommonSpace editor Ben Wray looks at how climate activists should respond to the Yellow Vests movement in France, which has defeated attempts to impose taxes on fuel prices Read here
The worst sides of the EU: The Germans again felt they were being cheated by the rest of the EU (This could be Trump speaking), so they wanted to charge non-Germans to use their roads. […]