Senior investigations editor at NPR California, Aaron Glantz, discusses the consequences of corporations buying up neighborhoods.
By William S. Lind, Traditional Right With most other conversations, I have been amused watching New York Governor Andrew Cuomo get hoist on his own petard. Always ready to condemn others for Political Incorrectness, he now finds his political future in mortal danger from the very P.C. harpies […]
I always knew this would happen. I think we are moving toward a time when there will be more restrictions on traditional civil liberties, e.g. excluding “hate speech” from the 1st Amendment protections, restricting religious liberty in the name of LGBTQ rights, chipping away at the 2A, rolling […]
He was one of the only two presidential candidates I ever voted for. The other was Andre Marrou in 1992. By Steven R. Weisman, New York Times Under Jimmy Carter, he was the first V.P. to serve as a genuine partner of a president. His own run for […]
By Amanda Siebert, Forbes This day—April 19—is the 78th anniversary of the first-ever acid trip. It is affectionately referred to by psychonauts around the globe as Bicycle Day. The psychedelic compound LSD is known primarily for its hallucinogenic effects, and while an increasing number of researchers are studying […]
By Gabrielle Fonrouge, New York Post The man who shot up an Indianapolis FedEx facility and killed eight people was reportedly part of a bizarre internet subculture obsessed with “My Little Pony.” Posts on 19-year-old Brandon Hole’s since-taken-down Facebook page appear to indicate he was a member of […]
By Bryan Pietsch, New York Times “No one was driving the vehicle” when the car crashed and burst into flames, killing two men, a constable said. Two men were killed in Texas after a Tesla they were in crashed on Saturday and caught fire with neither of the […]
This is like Nixon’s “Manson is Guilty” moment. In a Senate floor speech, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) spoke about Maxine Waters’ statements about the Derek Chauvin trial.
Newt, you’re getting a little old. Isn’t it about time you died? Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich joins ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss anti-police protests, pushes to defund the police and the border crisis.
The jury is beginning deliberations in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in George Floyd’s death, while the nation awaits the verdict.
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds a plurality of voters, 47 percent, said Derek Chauvin should be found guilty in the murder of George Floyd. This survey was conducted online within the United States from April 16 – April 19 among 2881 registered voters […]
By Jason Good, Narconon Any kid from the 1980s and 1990s can recall the D.A.R.E. anti-drug program. The well-known drug abuse awareness program came on the coattails of Nancy Reagan’s “just say no” campaign. The campaign, steeped in the misguided ideology of the “war on drugs” purported to […]
The judge said that Rep. Maxine Waters comments on the Chauvin trial may cause the entire case being overturned on appeal.
The defense lawyer for Derek Chauvin accused the prosecution of prosecutorial misconduct and asked for a mistrial.
The judge gave the jury their final instructions before deliberations in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
Derek Chauvin’s attorney revealed that he and two others involved in the trial went to the same high school.
Washington, D.C. has requested National Guard support ahead of the Derek Chauvin verdict.
It appears that when it comes to Afghanistan the neocons/MIC want to maintain the occupation, the liberal internationalists want to switch from the direction occupation model to the counterinsurgency model, and the hardcore realists want to reestablish the former alliance with the mujahideen (probably to weaponize them against […]
It sounds like he’s getting a little worried. Krystal has a pretty good takedown of Bill Gates in this as well. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to Jeff Bezos’ comments following the failed Amazon union vote in Alabama.
Yang is a profoundly moderate figure, but I wish him luck. Krystal Ball reacts to the media’s sabotage of Andrew Yang as he runs for mayor of New York.
Saagar Enjeti explains why the Russian bounties story was pushed by MSM with little evidence.
I generally agree with their critique of the tax system, but not their solutions. One thing Goofy Gills gets right is the need to reduce or abolish taxes from the bottom up. Saager’s critique of how corporations profit from infrastructure spending sounds almost Carsonian. Better be careful, dude, […]
By Matt Tabbi Adrian Bonenberger, author of “Afghan Post” and veteran of two tours, reflects on the withdrawal announcement, the MRAP boondoggle, and reporting fraud. I first met Adrian Bonenberger in 2014, after he completed two tours in Afghanistan. He’d published Afghan Post, a painful epistolary memoir about […]
By Peter R. Quinones It started at Ruby Ridge. A guy took his family to the middle of nowhere to get away from those he believed were trying to stoke a race war (any questions when you consider the modern day?), and they followed him there. After the […]
The defense explained what fanciful and capricious reasoning for the death of George Floyd could be.
The defense said that the state ‘failed’ to meet its burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Derek Chauvin should be guilty for the death of George Floyd.
The prosecution made its closing argument in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
‘This wasn’t policing, this was murder.’ The prosecution finished their closing argument in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
The prosecution made clear in their closing argument in the trial of Derek Chauvin that George Floyd was not on trial.
The prosecution in the trial of Derek Chauvin explained that this was not a prosecution of the police but a prosecution of Derek Chauvin.
During the closing argument in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the prosecution said that Derek Chauvin ‘had to know’ because he was on top of George Floyd.
The prosecution demolishes the ‘superhuman strength’ argument given by the defense during closing arguments in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
ABSTRACT The contemporary re-emergence of anarchism on a global scale deserves serious attention from students of ideology. As the defining orientation of prominent activist networks, anarchism today is the principal point of reference for radical social change movements in the North, and represents a mature and complex genre […]
By Pablo Rodero The present work studies those aspects of contemporary social movements that could produce long-term changes in society. To do so, it examines the extent to which contemporary social movements can be considered as a part of a global anarchist re-emergence since the late 1990s. The […]
By Peter Van Buren, The American Conservative I have seen America’s future. It looks a lot like Hawaii. The future includes internal travel restrictions—on Americans moving around inside their own country—never before thought possible, or even constitutional. Hawaii, an American state, had to decide if they accepted American […]
By Robert Stilson, The American Conservative Conservatives are rightly vexed by “woke capitalism,” exasperated at the ways in which big American corporations are increasingly weighing in on sociopolitical issues—invariably, it seems, in favor of the progressive left. Certainly, many businesses are under pressure to do so. Sometimes that […]
This is an important article. Among the US foreign policy elites, there are multiple factions: globalist-realists like Kissinger, nationalist-realists (like Mike Scheuer), neocons (right-wing Trotskyists uber-Zionists), superhawks (e.g. John Bolton), liberal internationalists (most Democrats), human rights imperialists (Samantha Power), and cosmopolitan internationalists/rainbow globalists (the left-wing of the Democratic […]
Israel-Palestine News The pro-Israel special interest group is the most powerful interest group on behalf of a foreign country in the United States. In fact, it may be the the most significant and pervasive special interest group in the country. It consists of numerous institutions and individuals that […]
By Natalie Wexler, Forbes If you want to be a teacher, it’s not enough to graduate from a teacher-training program. You also have to pass standardized exams to get your license. And newly released data reveal that over half of aspiring elementary teachers initially fail one of the […]
“You’ve come a long way, baby!”
From 2017. By Niall McCarthy, Forbes Over the past three decades, U.S. cities have allocated larger and larger shares of their budgets towards law enforcement. Today, the U.S. collectively spends $100 billion a year on policing and a further $80 billion on incarceration. Even though crime levels have […]
These BreadTuber folks seem to be the biggest joke ever.
Is a direct occupation merely being replaced with a counterterrorism operation? By Branco Marcetic, The Jacobin Read past the headlines, and it turns out Joe Biden’s supposed withdrawal from Afghanistan is nothing of the kind — it delays ending the war while envisioning continued “anti-terrorism” action in the […]
By Christian Davenport, Washington Post NASA on Friday selected Elon Musk’s SpaceX to build spacecraft that would land astronauts on the moon for the first time since the last Apollo mission. The award to SpaceX for the “human landing system” was a stunning announcement that marked another major […]
Pentagon campaign to recruit Vietnam as military ally against China exposed delusions of US war strategy
By Gareth Porter, The Grayzone After convincing itself Vietnam would grant it access for missile bases against China, the Pentagon got a hard dose of reality. When the Pentagon began gearing up for a future war with China in 2018, Defense Department officials quickly realized that they needed […]
Watch daily live coverage of the trial of Derek Chauvin. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, faces charges of manslaughter, second-degree murder, and third-degree murder in the death of George Floyd. The trial is expected to last approximately four weeks.
By Peter R. Quinones As an adult, and more importantly, acting like one (for the most part), I am very quick to apologize for and acknowledge my mistakes. When you are as “extremely online” as I am, you’re bound to make a few, and some of those may […]
By Krystal Ball and Kyle Kulinski Author and longtime Steelworkers labor lawyer Dan Kovalik joined us on KK&F this week to talk cancel culture. Why does cancel culture matter? When should people be “cancelled,” and when is cancellation harmful to the left’s political goals? You’ll find these questions, […]