Pinned post. The post below was originally published in 2018. I like to repost it periodically in order to better connect with new readers to this site. One thing that is particularly interesting is to review the three articles in the link below, which are nearly 20 years […]
Anthony Blinken and Lloyd Austin are apparently striving to be the new Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld. By Jordan Williams The Hill The Pentagon on Friday called on Russia to stand down as tensions rise over the threat of a Russian military incursion into Ukraine. Speaking to reporters, […]
Cotton is by far the most dangerous elected official in the US today. Senator Tom Cotton discusses the issues at stake if President Biden makes a mistake in handling Russia. He also weighs in on the continued fallout from the Afghanistan withdrawal.
The Ukrainians are less hawkish on Ukraine than the Americans, and the “NATO allies” (European satraps) are just carrying water for Washington. By Callie Patteson New York Post Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky slammed concerns of the US and its NATO allies about a Russian invasion Friday, accusing them […]
Whatever one thinks of Michael Flynn, this is interesting. WATCH HERE
It’s hilarious how after decades of conservatives bashing “activist judges” liberals are now the SCOTUS haters. By Caroline Downey National Review Joy Behar, co-host of the show The View, compared the Supreme Court to a “dictatorial branch of government” because of the unique appointment process and lifetime tenure […]
By Pat Buchanan, The American Conservative Before he appeared at his first solo news conference of 2022, President Joe Biden knew he had a communications problem he had to deal with. Namely, how to get off the defensive. How to avoid spending his time with the White House […]
This is rather extraordinary. CNN is lambasting FOX for Tucker Carlson’s alleged failure to be hawkish enough on Ukraine. CNN’s Jim Acosta speaks to former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson about the network’s take on tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
Tom Woods Show It may be true that our money is screwed up at the federal level, but there are actions we can take at the state level to counteract the lunacy. JP Cortez of the Sound Money Defense League joins us to discuss what can be done […]
By Brigid Kennedy The Week The nation’s economy grew 5.7 percent last year, the biggest increase since 1984, NPR reports Thursday, per the Commerce Department. That said, however, the growth “wasn’t a straight line,” notes Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics. “The economy remains tethered to the pandemic.” […]
I’ve long been predicting the eventual “diversification of the right” which seems to have accelerated during the Trump era. By Neil J. Young The Week On Monday, a U.S. District Judge sentenced Brandon Straka, a conservative influencer and #MAGA social media star, for participating in and encouraging the […]
By Boze Herrington The Week Any time there’s an outburst of violence against Jewish people, my Twitter timeline erupts in surprise that Jews continue to be endangered. It happened after the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in 2018, and the shooting at a kosher grocery store in Jersey […]
By Damon Linker, The Week We appear to be at the start of one of the most routine processes in our politics. I know we’re supposed to think Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement from the Supreme Court and the pending announcement of President Biden’s nominee to succeed him is […]
By Joseph M. Hanneman, Epoch Times Two men sought by the family of Ashli Babbitt as witnesses to her death at the U.S. Capitol have been identified as previously arrested by the FBI and indicted on federal charges from the Jan. 6, 2021, riots. The family of Babbitt, […]
By James Risen, The Intercept Rarely has such a long-running and widely accepted political and media narrative been so at odds with reality. Throughout 2021, Republican politicians and conservative pundits hammered the Biden administration over what they claimed was a crisis of uncontrolled immigration. Images of migrants seeking […]
By Murtaza Hussain The Intercept Missile attacks on the UAE are the result of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed turning the Emirates into an active belligerent in Yemen. The United Arab Emirates has built an economic and political system reliant on its status as a safe harbor in […]
By Nick Turse, The Intercept The leader of a coup in Burkina Faso is the latest in a line of U.S.-trained soldiers who overturned civilian leaders. Earlier this week, the military seized power in Burkina Faso, ousting the country’s democratically elected president, Roch Marc Christian Kaboré. The coup […]
The Signal Just how bad are things politically for U.S. President Joe Biden and his party? Norm Ornstein on the pandemic, the economy, and the stakes of legislative strategy. The American Democratic Party is in trouble, one year after taking control of the White House and both houses […]
By Caitlin Johnstone Yep. Just hanging around, killing time, waiting to find out whether the US is going to start World War 3 now or a little later on. ❖ Washington: Russia’s gonna invade Ukraine. Moscow: We’re not gonna invade Ukraine. Kyiv: Yeah Russia’s not gonna invade Ukraine. […]
By Rachel Haywire Outsiders are a demographic, and a very specific one at that. Foot soldiers of history used as crash test dummies for the future, their moves are mapped into larger templates that serve as blueprints for product development. The boom of Web3, now being referred to […]
By Amanda Prestigiacomo Daily Wire Since a ban on numerous firearms took effect in May 2020, Canadians have only turned in 160 to the government — a stunningly tiny number, considering the original government estimation of there to be some 90,000 to 105,000 outlawed firearms in Canada. “Only 160 […]
I can’t say I much care if the bourgeois bohemians are running scared of lumpen crime. The US elites wanted the domestic United States to be a Third World country and they’re going to get it. By Georgett Roberts and Gabrielle Fonrouge Open fires burning on the street. […]
by Brian Czech Pundits, think tanks, and politicians are asking, “What does Putin want with Ukraine?” If you’re familiar with Ukraine’s flag—especially the bottom half—you’re halfway to the answer. Putin: inscrutable yet exuding practicality. (Image: CC BY-SA 2.0, Credit: Global Panorama) But let’s start with the conventional wisdom. […]
By Erika Na, South China Morning Post The comments by Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Secretary of State Antony Blinken are Beijing’s first overt show of support for Moscow on the matter It has been revealed that China is being kept updated by Russia on security talks with […]
This reminds me of an anarchist tendency known as “anarcho-waterism.” Yeah, there really is such a thing. For decades, the “anchor-outs” have enjoyed living in rent-free boat homes in the Bay Area. Their boats, anchored just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, float illegally in the sightline of […]
–Eric Trump and Alex Jones invoked their 5th Amendment rights hundreds of times during recent testimony to the January 6 committee, a jarring contrast to Donald Trump saying that only guilty
Kim Iversen makes the case that President Biden may seek military involvement in Ukraine to salvage his flailing approval ratings.
Bipartisanship: When the CIA Left and CIA Right Unite. Krystal and Saagar cover the bipartisan support for spending hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars on weapons in Ukraine and the widespread support in DC for war in contrast with Ukraine’s government
I don’t really agree that Breyer is “far-left” but whatever. He doesn’t want the GOP to take the senate and then prevent Biden from replacing Breyer with a similarly far-left figure.
ADIOS Sinema? Arizona’s ‘Voto Latino’ Launches 6-Figure Campaign To Send Sen. Kyrsten Sinema PACKING
President and CEO of Voto Latino, Maria Teresa Kumar, explains why Senator Kyrsten Sinema doesn’t deserve the Latino vote in Arizona.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by author Johann Hari to take an in depth look at how big tech companies and other society-wide factors have stolen our ability to pay attention and focus
Some of the “law and order liberal” types who are attacking this need to go fuck themselves. This is great news. Good to see that America is actually making a little bit of progress.
Pelosi, Dems Pitch HUGE Spending Bill Amid Russia-Ukraine Tensions. Are Americans Game For MORE War?
Gallup’s Mohamed Younis, Drinkin’ Bros’ Dan Hollaway, Batya Ungar-Sargon, and Robby Soave discuss the popularity of U.S. intervention in Ukraine amongst Americans of all political ideologies
That would be funny as hell. Krystal and Saagar bring the news about liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announcing his retirement and the possibility that Biden will nominate Kamala as his replacement
He said, “I’m against censorship, but when it’s matter of life or death…” That’s the biggest fallacy, most proponents of censorship use this fallacy to eliminate opposition. You are either for censorship or you are not, that’s it.
Katie Halper, Batya Ungar-Sargon, and Robby Soave discuss one of President Biden’s controversial federal judicial nominees
Saagar delivers the complete case for why masking children in schools needs to end due to the serious damage it has done to an entire generation of kids.
I don’t really have any problem with “voluntary arranged marriages.” It still works that way in India (kinda sorta). In the future, we may see a great deal of diversification of family life, including the return of arranged marriages and traditional polygamy from the right end, and the […]
Spotify Picks JOE ROGAN Over Neil Young Ultimatum. Should Fauci Go On JRE To Combat Alleged Misinfo?
Team Rising debates the influence of Big Tech in stopping the spread of online disinformation.
Krystal and Saagar break down the decisions by General Moters & Intel to invest billions in domestic manufacturing facilities to help combat the semiconductor shortage and supply chain bottleneck
I didn’t do a podcast for Spotify just as much and didn’t make a dime.
Robby Soave details new developments in the school mask mandate debate.
Krystal and Saagar offer their view on the controversy between Spotify and Neil Young after the rock legend gave the company an ultimatum between his music and Joe Rogan’s podcast
The Commission for Presidential Debates is a huge, huge reason why third parties can’t get off the ground. They are the gatekeepers of the free exposure that a debate provides, and they control the rules surrounding who qualifies and who doesn’t, many of which are symbiotic with things […]
Batya Ungar-Sargon considers how progressives misinterpret class war issues as being part of the culture war.
Krystal and Saagar dive into the educational initiative by Amazon where the company gives large amounts of money to public schools in exchange for students being taught company propaganda
Trump: “we do a little trolling, it’s called we do a little trolling.” Also Trump: “NOOOOOOOOOO! YOU CAN’T TROLL ME ON MY OWN PLATFORM!!!1!”
Adam Coleman, Kristal Knight, Batya Ungar-Sargon, and Robby Soave react to Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s imminent retirement.
Krystal details how the Biden administration is being outdone on global vaccine distribution by Cuba as the third world gears up to receive Cuba’s covid vaccine instead of America’s.
Krystal and Saagar talk about the SCOTUS shakeup caused by Justice Breyer’s retirement, bipartisan support for war in Ukraine, good news as companies invest billions into rust belt manufacturing, Amazon propaganda being taught in schools, Spotify choosing Joe Rogan over Neil Young, the need to free children from […]