Opinion: Biden’s Own Version of ‘Law and Order’ to Compete with Trump’s

By David Martinez In a press briefing in late July, Biden told reporters that, in essence, his views on protesters do not differ much from Trump’s. “I think we do need to hold those who violate the law accountable,” Biden said. “We should never let what’s done in a march for equal rights overcome what the reason for the march is. And that’s what these … Continue reading Opinion: Biden’s Own Version of ‘Law and Order’ to Compete with Trump’s

Opinion: Imperialist Army Sergeant Daniel Scott Perry is a Predatory Enemy of the People

By Ed Dalton Murdering people in Afghanistan was not enough for Sergeant Daniel Scott Perry. His bloodlust and fascist hatred for the people compelled him to go out hunting for Black Lives Matter protesters, having been riled up into a fever by the reactionary ramblings of President Donald Trump. Hours after Tribune of the People broke the story exposing Garrett Foster’s killer, Perry’s attorney published … Continue reading Opinion: Imperialist Army Sergeant Daniel Scott Perry is a Predatory Enemy of the People

Opinion: Infowars and Other Reactionaries Spread Dangerous Anti-Mask Hysteria

By Jakob Stein On June 28 the fascist media outlet Infowars, led by its owner and lead radio host Alex Jones, hosted an anti-mask rally at the Texas Capitol in Austin. The event drew approximately 150 American flag-waving, MAGA hat-wearing reactionaries who chanted the slogan “We can’t breathe,” in a racist mockery of the words which have been a rallying cry for the movement for … Continue reading Opinion: Infowars and Other Reactionaries Spread Dangerous Anti-Mask Hysteria

Opinion: Austin to Let Landlords Loose on Tenants in Eviction Frenzy

By Edwin Pierce Texas state and local government have always cared for landowners, private businesses, and the rich, while neglecting and even brutalizing the poor and working class. Since the lockdown of the Texas economy due to the coronavirus pandemic, the state has shown only meager compassion to the masses who are most vulnerable to the crisis – which the national U.S. government failed to … Continue reading Opinion: Austin to Let Landlords Loose on Tenants in Eviction Frenzy

Opinion: A Literary Contribution for the Struggle

Tribune of the People received the following opinion piece from a supporter. While it is different from our usual articles and contains language the Editorial Board does not normally use, we share an unedited version for many of our new readers drawn into the recent struggles. Nothing about this system is reformable. The old society is lost. Time for a new one. This statement may … Continue reading Opinion: A Literary Contribution for the Struggle

Opinion: Sellout ‘Accountability’ Non-Profits are Dangerous Police Collaborators

By Jakob Stein On Sunday morning, Chas Moore, founder and executive director of local non-profit Austin Justice Coalition (AJC), announced that the group was canceling their “peaceful protest” planned for that day, citing safety concerns after the mass rebellion the day prior. His rationale for the cancellation, as well as his body of work in ‘police accountability’ activism, are both indictments of the bankrupt politics … Continue reading Opinion: Sellout ‘Accountability’ Non-Profits are Dangerous Police Collaborators