By Rick Perlstein This is an interesting series of articles that argues against the “inevitable center-left demographic dominance” theory that myself and others hold to.
TheLastGreatStand.Com These are perhaps the most interesting times in the United States since the Civil War. After President Obama’s re-election in 2012, residents from every state petitioned for secession, with the movement garnering significant traction in at least seven states. And, a growing number of whistleblowers have risked their own freedom, […]
RINF.Com One in nine companies listed on the S&P 500 paid an effective tax rate of zero percent over the past year. Among companies listed on the S&P 500, almost one in nine paid an effective tax rate of zero percent – or even lower – over the […]
Black Agenda Report By BAR managing editor Bruce A. Dixon The Department of Homeland Security is a secretive, lawless, largely privatized police and surveillance agency, with its own prisons and soon, its own drones. Now it’s headed by a black man, a progressive Democrat, a Morehouse man & […]
The Liberty Crier Oh, the hilarity that is the phrase “criminal justice system.” Talk to any defense attorney and they’ll tell you how the deck is stacked against defendants and defense lawyers. The ideal of “innocent until proven guilty” has become little more than a disclaimer tacked onto cop-centered reality shows. Defendants are guilty […]
Russia Today Reuters/Jessica Rinaldi An investigative journalist says federal agents raided her home earlier this year and confiscated the notes she used to report on a government cover-up. Now she fears her sources have been compromised.
Campus police officer who pepper-sprayed peaceful student protesters is awarded £25,000 in compensation for ‘psychiatric injuries’
A disgraced campus police officer, who made international headlines in 2011 after being pictured pepper-spraying students at a Occupy Wall Street protest, has been awarded £25,000 in compensation for ‘psychiatric injuries’ he allegedly experienced as a result of his actions.
MyFoxDC,Com WASHINGTON – Members of the D.C. Council met with the public to testify on a bill that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana. The hearing was held on Wednesday at the Anacostia Neighborhood Library. It continued Thursday at the John A. Wilson Building. FOX 5’s Matt Ackland […]
Daily Mail A 35-year-old woman has told how she has never felt sexually attracted to men or women. Julie Sondra Decker from Tampa, Florida, revealed to MailOnline that she started describing herself as ‘nonsexual’ at the age of 15 and when she became aware of the term ‘asexual’, […]
AATTP.Org In the battle for dignity and a living wage there is a new development stirring. A Chicago McDonalds’ employee, Nancy Salgado, recorded her phone call to something called the McResources hotline. This is a line set up by McDonald’s to help its employees.
Telegraph Costumes that portray particular cultural identities as overly sexualised such as cowboys and Indians are to be avoided Photo: Alamy By Lucy Kinder University students in America have been told not to wear “offensive” halloween costumes including cowboys, indians and anything involving a sombrero.
Carrollspaper.Com In this 1941 San Francisco Chronicle photo, secession advocates in northern California control the “border” to a proposed state of Jefferson. The old idea resurfaced recently, when commissioners in Siskiyou County voted to pursue forming their own state. Matt L. Barron October 8, 2013 When I hear […]
ABC News A Northern California community is anguished over the fatal police shooting of a popular, 13-year-old boy who had been carrying a pellet gun that looked like an assault rifle. Sonoma County sheriff’s deputies had repeatedly asked the boy, Andy Lopez, to drop the weapon, but instead […]
By Kelley B, Vlahos Frank Swift / cc Possessing and smoking marijuana in Colorado is now as legal as buying a six-pack and drinking a beer, but with towns and cities as culturally far apart as Colorado Springs and Aspen, the new law is being handled in very different ways. […]
By Anthony Gregory Public opinion now decisively favors legalizing marijuana. Fifty-eight percent of Americans want the war on pot to stop. Once marijuana is legal, the drug war as we know it will need a new life breathed into it to survive. Pot accounts for the vast majority […]
MyNorthwest.Com Seattle has another “Edith Macefield” refusing to sell her property. An elderly woman has turned down the City of Seattle’s offer to purchase her prime, waterfront parking lot. So, what does the city do? The Seattle City Council voted 8 to 0 to acquire “through negotiation or […]
By John W. Whitehead “Democracy means that if the doorbell rings in the early hours, it is likely to be the milkman.”—Winston Churchill It’s 3 a.m. You’ve been asleep for hours when suddenly you hear a loud “Crash! Bang! Boom!” Based on the yelling, shouting and mayhem, it […]
By J. D. Tuccille Writing at Salon, “New York based journalist and consultant to progressive causes” Tom Watson objects to the anti-surveillance Stop Watching Us rally, scheduled for October 26 in Washington, D.C., because it commits the unforgivable sin of reaching across partisan lines. The fatal flaw of […]
By Rod Dreher You think, “Why do I want to read an essay by the son of an Old Etonian, himself an Old Etonian, complaining that he can’t afford to send his son to Eton?” But then you start the piece from the Telegraph, and you think, “Oh, […]
By Kelley B. Vlahos Last week, about 90 mourners gathered to lay to rest the woman who was shot and killed by Washington police as she sat in her car, her one-year-old child, by a miracle one would say, found unharmed in the back seat. There were no […]
By Anthony Gregory J.D. Tuccille has an insightful post prompted by a progressive blogger’s admonition against left-liberals working with libertarians to protest the NSA. Watson, the progressive, warns that “the presence of anti-government laissez-faire wingers at the beating heart of the privacy movement will surely sour the very […]
By Anthony Gregory Here’s a mystery. The Republicans describe themselves as the party of smaller government, and the Democrats generally agree. Polls indicate nearly unprecedented lows in public trust in the federal government. Yet the Republicans’ popularity seems to sink continuously. Some pundits believe the Democrats have a […]
By Kevin Carson Thomas Nestel, the Philadelphia Transit Authority police chief, is aghast over the refusal of bystanders to help a transit cop — Sam Wellington — being beaten up by one of their fellow citizens that he’d been trying to arrest. “I was horrified. I was frightened […]
FOX News Oct. 15, 2013: A Brazilian police officer detains a demonstrator during clashes with a small group of protesters, after a march of striking teachers took place to mark National Teachers Day in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As most demonstrators headed home, hundreds of masked members of […]
Let’s not forget Central America, CIA-backing of the Khmer Rouge, and the War on Drugs.
Featuring the Weathermen, Black Panthers, and the CPUSA.
An interesting discussion. Read the whole thing here. —————————————————————————————————- Before you joined KKK/Nazi’s and racist skin heads what was your view on Jews, Blacks, Mixed race people and Hispanic people. Where you exposed to their culture? How much has being a member effected? I’m a little bit younger […]
Attack the System Moving to the Left of the Left of the Left: The Case for Pan-Anarchism October 20, 2013 Keith Preston continues his discussion of the likely political future of the United States. Topics include: Peter Beinart’s recent article, “The Rise of New New Left,” and how […]
Thierry Meyssan n these columns, Thierry Meyssan has often explained the internal contradictions of the United States in order to emphasize the manner in which they would break up. In this article, he ponders the impact of two events which are likely to start the decomposition process. Voltaire […]
James Petras Obama’s rhetorical exercise in ‘peace talk’ at the United Nations General Assembly impressed few delegations and even fewer Americans: Far more eloquent are his five years of wars, military interventions, cyber-spying, drone murders, military coups and the merciless prosecution of patriotic truth tellers. If his ‘peace […]
by Keith Preston
The rise of the New Left is typically considered to have its origins in the student rebellions of the late
Vice.Com At 6 AM, the sky outside my apartment is still purple-black. It’s too early. I stagger out of bed and stand under a scalding jet of water in the shower, trying to remember where I’ve been, where I am, and where I need to be. Oklahoma. Austin. […]
The Onion Parents of school-homed children say they relish the extra time they are able to spend away from their kids. WASHINGTON—According to a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Education, an increasing number of American parents are choosing to have their children raised at school […]
Anthony Gregory The U.S. correctional system is the worst of America’s domestic disgraces. More people languish behind bars in the United States than in any other country, except perhaps China if we factor in the unknown numbers in labor camps. As the Economist summed it up: America has around […]
American Renaissance Who are our potential allies? For those of us who enjoy a touch of libertarianism, the news of Jared Taylor’s recent appearance at Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s Property and Freedom Society was well received. It also begs the valuable question, “Which libertarians are friendly to race realism, and […]