My guest today is Amy Chua. Amy Chua is a professor at Yale Law School. Her books include World on Fire, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, The Triple Package, Political Tribes, and many more. She’s made Time magazine’s list of 100 most influential people in 2011 and […]
By Tom McTague Defense One The White House wants to build a new world order, all in an effort to preserve the old one. A new world is beginning to take shape, even if it remains disguised in the clothes of the old. The United States, Britain, and […]
Young people experiencing ‘widespread’ psychological distress over government handling of looming climate crisis, researchers say
ByJulia Jacobo ABC News Children and young people around the world are experiencing increasing anxiety over the fate of the planet — specifically climate change and how lawmakers are handling the looming crisis, according to new research. Scientists who surveyed 10,000 young people, ages 16 to 25, across […]
‘Do you see an insurrection?’: Justice for J6 rally goes off without incident despite warnings of violence, endless media coverage
Russia Today Despite pundits warning of another Capitol riot and massive police response, the ‘Justice for J6’ rally occurred without incident, with protesters demanding “transparency” and fair treatment for non-violent “political prisoners.” In anticipation of Saturday’s rally, organized by Look Ahead America, Capitol Police had the support of […]
My guest today is Christopher Rufo. Christopher is a documentary filmmaker and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He has almost single-handedly led the national fight against Critical Race Theory, as it manifests in public schools and in workplaces. I haven’t said much about this subject yet. […]
Thanks to Russell Brand for joining us on Krystal Kyle & Friends this week to discuss his political philosophy, the future of struggle against inequality and his current work “infusing political discourse with spiritual ideas.” We also had to get his views on Nicki Minaj/ballgate, Candace Owens, and […]
This is not a scientifically conducted study using a neutral sample, but these numbers are still interesting.
Friday, General Kenneth Franklin McKenzie Jr. took the blame for the U.S. drone strike against ISIS-K, which he confirmed killed 0 ISIS-K operatives, but 10 civilians, including 7 children.
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 41 percent of voters said the federal government should be able to mandate vaccine requirements while 22 percent said the states should decide. 37 percent said there should be no mandates. This survey was conducted online within the […]
Former Chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Greg Jaczko, explains why U.S. nuclear programs are not up to par in fighting climate change.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Emily Jashinsky discuss the reasons why former government officials frequently take lobbying positions.
Team Rising reacts to reporting that The Maryland Zoo is vaccinating some animals against COVID-19, plus Dr. Fauci’s latest comments on expanding vaccine mandates.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the fallout from CBS’s new project, ‘The Activist.’
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave react to reporting that the nursing home industry concealed the amount of residents prescribed antipsychotic drugs.
Team Rising discusses President Biden’s decision to nominate privacy advocate Alvaro Bedoya for FTC commissioner.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Rachel Bovard discuss Tucker Carlson’s comments about lying in mainstream media.
Telos Zoom Discussion September 18, 2021 4 pm to 6 pm U.S. Eastern time Join Telos editors Mark Kelly, Tim Luke, Adrian Pabst, Marcia Pally, David Pan, and David Westbrook for a discussion of the causes of the U.S. failure in Afghanistan and the long-term consequences. To attend, […]
By Matt Taibbi Michael Sandel’s “The Tyranny of Merit” doesn’t say so, but the pandemic has become the ultimate expression of upper-class America’s obsession with meritocracy. It was impossible to mistake the tone of Joe Biden’s announcement of a vaccine mandate last week. It was an angry speech, […]
Make it happen. By Greg Russell The National HE is a controversial figure in some parts of the US, choosing to spend most of his time at his home in Russia, however Louis Marinelli is set to return to California as the voice of its independence movement Calexit […]
Secessionist sympathy has nearly doubled in the last decade. Micro-level and intermediate-level secessionist actions have taken place. But macro-level secession is still on the margins in terms of on-the-ground action. That is what needs to change. How do we get this ball rolling? By Patrick Strickland Dallas Observer […]
Does not this Wikipedia description of France’s National Rally not sound like a perfect description of the transformation of the Republicans from Reaganism to Trumpism? “At the end of the 1970s, Le Pen refurbished his party’s appeal by breaking away from the anti-capitalist heritage of Poujadism. He instead […]
Does not this Wikipedia description of Ted Kennedy sound like a perfect description of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party today? The only difference between the Ted Kennedy liberals and today’s progressives is that the identity politics/political correctness of today’s liberals have become more extreme and visceral. […]
Does not this Wikipedia description of the Rockefeller Republicans sound like a perfect description of the neoliberal wing of the Democratic Party today? These were driving out of the Republicans by the Reaganites so they moved over to the Democrats, and that’s how we got the Clintons, Obama, […]
By Alex Shephard New Republic In February 2009, when he took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Tucker Carlson was in the midst of an identity crisis. Five years earlier, he had been a victim of what was arguably the first viral takedown of the internet […]
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 47 percent of voters approve of President Biden in the White House. Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss.
Nicki Minaj HITS BACK At MSM Over Vaccine Comments, CALLS OUT White House For LYING About Invitation
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave react to Nicki Minaj’s recent tweets sharing her hesitancy to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Katie Halper reacts to shocking testimony on Capitol Hill from USA gymnasts. The women accused the FBI of grossly mishandling its investigation into convicted sex offender, Larry Nassar.
Sports editor for SF Gate, Alex Shultz, explains why Oracle Park concessions workers have voted to strike.
HuffPost reporter Arthur Delaney breaks down President Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ tax reform plan, including the controversial ‘Zombie Tax.’
Robby Soave breaks down why some Title IX investigations on college campuses erase the rights of the accused.
Kim Iversen reacts to the mandates Governor Gavin Newsom issued immediately after defeating a recall election.
Ryan Grim makes the case against investing more in nuclear energy.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the latest roadblock in Democrats’ efforts to lower prescription drug prices.
By Larry Gambone Until the outbreak of the First World War the Confederation General du Travail (CGT) was a revolutionary anarcho-syndicalist union federation. Thereafter, the CGT was taken over by reformists and became an ordinary conservative trade union. So goes the accepted viewpoint. Murray Bookchin makes a statement […]
By Peter Zeihan on September 17 2021 So, what does keep my up at night? The current global semiconductor supply chain. Distinct capabilities exist in separate supply chains and manufacturing bases—lower end supply from China, higher-end chips from places like Taiwan and South Korea. And a critical middle-ground from […]
Saagar provides his analysis on reports showing that top US General Mark Milley might have committed treason under Trump and violated every norm set for military commanders
Krystal and Saagar react to the devastating testimony given by USA gymnasts McKayla Maroney and Simone Biles about how the FBI lied and cover up doctor Larry Nassar’s predatory abuse
Krystal and Saagar make light of the new reports surrounding the illegal spying on Americans conduced by ex-CIA and NSA employees for foreign governments in exchange for large payments
Krystal gives her perspective on the highly controversial dress worn by AOC to the lavish Met Gala event in New York City
Krystal and Saagar break down the results of the California recall election and what the voting trends among white liberals and latinos could mean for Dems in the 2022 midterms
Krystal and Saagar are joined by journalist David Dayen to break down the fight over lowering drug prices taking place within the Democratic party as negotiations for the reconciliation bill heat up
Krystal and Saagar look at the newest polling data out on Biden’s approval rating and the public opinion about his covid vaccine mandate
Krystal and Saagar try to make sense of Nicki Minaj’s war on twitter with Hasan Piker, Joy Reid, and others about the false claims she made about vaccine side effects
Those who interpret Trumpism only in terms of “white rage,” xenophobia, or the evangelicals end up missing a lot of important points. If the Democrats are now two parties within one, neo-Rockefeller Republicans and neo-Ted Kennedy liberals, the Republicans seem to be developing a rainbow of their own […]
It comes down to social conservatism, business conservatism, and objections to Obama’s continuation of the Bush wars, and new wars in Libya, Syria, and Yemen. By Erum Salam, The Guardian Despite the president’s anti-Muslim policies, the margin between Trump and Biden among Muslim voters was closer than experts […]
By Hunter S. Thompson, ESPN Johnny Depp called me from France on Sunday night and asked what I knew about Osama bin Laden. “Nothing,” I said. “Nothing at all. He is a ghost, for all I know. Why do you ask?” “Because I’m terrified of him,” he said. […]
Glenn Greenwald discusses the left went from hating George W. Bush during his presidency to praising him this weekend on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’
Imagine going back to 2003 and telling liberals and leftists that they’ll be praising George Bush in the future.
Actress who began the uncovering of Harvey Weinstein tells her story on ‘Tucker Carlson Today’
pisode that questioned free speech values and challenged so-called “free speech absolutism.” On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we are joined by Matt Taibbi, Nadine Strossen, and Amna Khalid, who provide direct responses to many of the free speech critiques made in On […]