Opinion: Yet Another Mass Shooting Reflects the Misanthropy of Imperialism in Crisis

Cover Photo: Transportation workers killed in the mass shooting in San Jose By Jakob Stein Early Wednesday morning, a worker at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) went on a shooting rampage at a San Jose rail yard, killing nine co-workers in the process. The shooter, later identified as Samuel Cassidy, was also found dead at the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in … Continue reading Opinion: Yet Another Mass Shooting Reflects the Misanthropy of Imperialism in Crisis

Indianapolis: Shooting Rampage Targets FedEx Workers

Photo credit: Victim’s families By Jakob Stein On April 15, 19-year-old Brandon Hole opened fire at the FedEx Ground-Plainfield Operation Center in Indianapolis, killing eight workers as well as himself. While the monopoly media has chosen to focus mainly on Indiana’s “Red Flag Law” and how it failed to prevent the shooter from purchasing guns, the fact that it is the imperialist culture that created … Continue reading Indianapolis: Shooting Rampage Targets FedEx Workers

Opinion: Imperialism Is the Problem, Mass Shootings Are a Symptom

By Jakob Stein On Monday, 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa opened fire in a Boulder, Colorado supermarket, ultimately killing ten people before being wounded in the leg and giving himself up to police. In the wake of yet another mass shooting, the debate around gun control has once again reared its head as Democrats vie for political clout; however, the competing issues of ‘gun control’ … Continue reading Opinion: Imperialism Is the Problem, Mass Shootings Are a Symptom