Author Archives: Richard Moser

About Richard Moser

Richard Moser has over 40 years experience as an organizer and activist in the labor, student, peace, and community movements. Moser is author of "New Winter Soldiers: GI and Veteran Dissent During the Vietnam Era," and co-editor with Van Gosse of "The World the Sixties Made: Politics and Culture in Recent America." Moser lives in Colorado.

Climate Crisis Means the Ruling Class has Failed. Can the Working Class Inherit the Earth?*

Power For Profit is Still the Prime Directive The climate crisis is proof positive that the ruling class is an utter failure — but it will not fall on its own. Can the working class rise to the challenge? It … Continue reading

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Doubling Down: The Military, Big Bankers And Big Oil Are Not In Climate Denial –They Are In Control And Plan to Keep It That Way.

Also in CounterPunch “Capitalism, militarism and imperialism are disastrously intertwined with the fossil fuel economy….A globalized economy predicated on growth at any social or environmental costs, carbon dependent international trade, the limitless extraction of natural resources, and a view of … Continue reading

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The Climate Counter-Offensive: Secrecy, Deception and Disarming the Green New Deal

Also in Counterpunch. There are things we are not supposed to know and the corporate controlled news industry is not going to tell us. Totally absent from the obedient media is one of the most important stories of all time: … Continue reading

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War is War on Mother Earth

Second in a series on War and Climate Chaos. Read the first here.  Also find this article at Counterpunch. “In order to achieve the massive systemic and cultural transformations required for mitigating climate change…we’re going to have to deal with … Continue reading

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The Interlocking Crisis: War and Climate Chaos

Also in Counterpunch “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” — James Baldwin Climate change is the apex crisis of all time and the US military is the prime crisis multiplier.   As … Continue reading

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Howling Hypocrisy?

After two years of non-stop saber-rattling and war preparations against possible microscopic meddling by Russia, the mere mention of a verifiable truth that Israel meddles in our affairs on a continuous basis draws faux-righteous rebukes from the elites. With the … Continue reading

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Beyond Corporate Power

Also in Counterpunch The problem is not that the corporations are “out of control,” the problem is that the corporations are so much “in control.” By seeing neoliberalism as Free Market Fundamentalism (FMF) rather than Corporate Power we underestimate the challenges … Continue reading

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