Ryan Grim, PeoplesWorld

Ryan Grim


Washington, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

How it happened: Eight years of militant rank-and-file organizing built the railroad fight

Deven Mantz graduated from Minot High School in western North Dakota with his class of 2009 and worked home construction in the first few years of the Great Recession. → Read More

Fact Check: Rep. Rashida Tlaib Said Progressives Must Oppose Israeli Apartheid

Recent claims that Tlaib insisted progressives must reject Israel’s right to exist have been examined and found to be misinformation. → Read More

Meltdowns Have Brought Progressive Advocacy Groups to a Standstill at a Critical Moment in World History

Locked in a cycle of Slack callouts and healing retreats, left-wing groups — from reproductive rights to climate to racial and economic justice — have brought themselves to a grinding halt. → Read More

House Republicans Release Text of Redacted Fauci Emails on Covid Origins

NIH leaders advised scientists not to “mention a lab origin as that will just add fuel to the conspiracists,” one researcher told The Intercept. → Read More

Steven Mnuchin Stepped In to Prevent Ivanka Trump World Bank Appointment

President Donald Trump very much wanted Ivanka at the helm, and it was the Treasury secretary who blocked her ascent. → Read More

Cable News Military Experts Are on the Defense Industry Dole

Many former military and public officials appearing in the news have more than a patriotic interest in a continued occupation. → Read More

Senate Preparing $10 Billion Bailout Fund for Jeff Bezos Space Firm

Bezos’s Blue Origin lost its bid for a major NASA contract to Elon Musk, but the Senate is ordering the agency to give a second one now. → Read More

As Israel Attacked Gaza, It Heard Something New: Opposition from Congress

Zionist fears of Democratic dissent have turned stale for years. The latest House speeches show that’s changing. → Read More

New Hampshire’s Democratic Senators Are Quietly Resisting a Minimum Wage Hike

Maggie Hassan’s campaign recently cashed a check from the lobbyist leading opposition to the minimum wage. His spouse raises money for her. → Read More

House and Senate Democrats Plan Bill to Add Four Justices to Supreme Court

The Constitution allows Congress to set the number of Supreme Court justices. → Read More

Gulf Ambassador Yelled at Member of Congress Pushing to End Yemen War

UAE Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba’s posture toward Rep. Ro Khanna reflects the evolving nature of the world’s governing elite. → Read More

Dem Senator Warns: If the Party Wants to Lose Georgia, Break the Promise Made in the Runoff

Sen. Jeff Merkley said he would advise President Joe Biden that further targeting the stimulus checks “is not the place to compromise.” → Read More

Democrats Actually Learned From the Failures of 2009

The process around the 2009 stimulus and Obamacare was such a mess, not even Joe Biden wants to relive it. → Read More

Inside Biden’s Meeting With Civil Rights Leaders

In audio obtained by The Intercept, Biden was unenthusiastic about executive action and warned against police reform before Georgia’s Senate runoffs. → Read More

Goldman Sachs Log Exposes David Perdue’s Stock Trading Claim as a Lie

Despite previous claims, the Georgia senator did not use an outside adviser to sell Cardlytics stock, according to the New York Times. → Read More

Comparing Biden’s Administration Picks to Obama’s Is Revealing

For almost every role so far, Biden has chosen someone more progressive and less entrenched in Wall Street than the same official under Obama. → Read More

Joe Biden Doesn’t Need the Senate to Boost the Economy and Tackle Climate Change

What Democrats can actually accomplish in the next few years, even in the face of steadfast Republican opposition. → Read More

Biden Wins, but Now the Hard Part Begins

In Detroit, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia, organizing by progressives gave Biden a boost. → Read More

Progressive Challengers Could Shatter a Washington Narrative on Tuesday

With most attention on the presidential race, a number of Democratic House candidates are hoping to flip red seats and disprove a 2018 theory. → Read More

Congressional Progressives Are Revamping Their Caucus With an Eye Toward 2021

With nearly 100 members, the CPC’s large size and loose requirements have been an obstacle to its ability to be a cohesive force. → Read More