*The following is a report to the National Committee of the
Communist Party USA, which met in New York City, Nov. 12-13,
Voters went to the polls Nov. 8 and decisively repudiated
Republican Tea Party extremist assaults on collective
bargaining, immigration reform, reproductive rights, gay and
lesbian rights and right to vote in several states.
Over 200 New Yorkers, young and old, from all walks of life
have joined the Communist Party and Young Communist League
over the Internet in the last 2 years. They have joined
because they care deeply about where this country is headed.
They are disgusted by Wall Street greed and the hatred being
spewed forth by the tea partiers and their rabid right-wing
(PeoplesWorld.org) - Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, along with
Victor Reuther, will be inducted into Labor's International
Hall of Fame on May 17 in Washington, D.C.
The following is the keynote address to the first annual
conference of the Communist Party USA in New York City,
April 16-17. To watch the video, click here.
Everyday, the Communist Party receives many requests to
join. Most people say they want to join because they want to
make the United States a better, more equitable place for
everyone, and they are greatly concerned about corporate
power and its effect on democracy. Lots of people say they
want to learn more about Marxism and get more politically
active. A great number see a systemic problem with
The Communist Party USA congratulates the people of Egypt
for their great people's victory. After 18 days of popular
protest led by the youth and joined by workers strikes and
all sectors of society, you successfully toppled U.S.-backed
dictator Hosni Mubarak.
The following article is based on a Jan. 27 CPUSA National
On November 6, 2010, the Neuqua Valley Junior Statesmen of
America Mini-Convention was held at the Neuqua Valley High
School in Naperville, Illinois. The theme of the convention
was "Reforming the Democratic Foundation of America." Over
one hundred students from Naperville Central, Naperville
North, Neuqua Valley, IMSA, and Arrowhead were expected. The
auditorium where Aswin Sivaraman, student president, gave
his welcoming was at near full capacity.
On October 2, tens of thousands of people will stand
together in Washington, D.C. demanding that Congress reject
the Republican right-wing obstruction and put the creation
of jobs and the plight of the jobless on the front burner.