Cathy Newman’s full interview with Philosopher Noam Chomsky. From Trump and Clinton, to climate change, Brexit and TPP, America’s foremost intellectuals presents his views on who rules the world today.
On June 28th 2016, by Keith Preston (moderator), Walter Block (affirmative) and Todd Lewis (negative) debate whether the NAP and Self-Ownership principles are intellectually defensible.
By Sean Gabb Europe: The Age of Globalism, 1989-2016 (?) by Sean Gabb (26th June 2016) I spoke earlier with a friend who lives in Bath. He told me how, in 1989, he sat on the Berlin Wall as it was being torn down, and how, last Thursday, […]
Is the realignment happening already? By Keir Martland (26th June 2016) At about midnight, the globalists in the Parliamentary Labour Party began their coup. Blairite Hilary Benn told socialist anti-interventionist Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn that he had no confidence in his leadership and the latter had no option […]
By Jen Hayden Daily Kos Are y’all sitting down? The Texas Nationalist Movement says they are flying high after the vote in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. From Daniel Miller, the president of the Texas Nationalist Movement: From the looks of it, the British people […]
Robert Stark interviews Zoltan Istvan Robert Stark and co-host Rabbit talk to Zoltan Istvan. Zoltan is a trans-humanist and futurist writer, philosopher, and journalist. He has written for Vice, Newsweek the Huffington Post, and Psychology Today, and was a reporter for the National Geographic Channel, and is […]
By Keith Preston Last month, I wrote about how many of the predictions that I have been making over the past decade or so have come true during the course of recent events. In particular, the current U.S. presidential election represents the fulfillment of some of these predictions. […]
An old United Press International Article from 1982. Did the Shining Path show the way 34 years ago? Black Lives Matter, take note. By Carlos Milano LIMA, Peru — Some 150 masked guerrillas attacked a Peruvian prison high in the Andes and freed 255 inmates by dynamiting a […]
By Tom Slater Spiked Online “Brexit is a fake revolt’, writes Paul Mason in the Guardian this week: ‘Working-class culture is being hijacked to help the elite.’ A withering article in Vice agrees. ‘Brexit is the upper classes in revolt’, writes Sam Kriss. ‘They see an undemocratic and […]
By Tom Slater Spiked Online he Leave campaign is negative. It is anti-immigration, anti-modernity, anti-Europe. Throughout the EU referendum debate, this has been the deadening refrain of the Remain campaign. Despite the fearmongering on both sides, despite the fact that post-Brexit economic catastrophe has been talked up at […]
These poor folks keeping falling for one scam artist after another. By Nick Gass Politico.Com Former Republican presidential candidate and Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann leads an alphabetical list of names announced by Donald Trump’s campaign on Tuesday as the presumptive Republican nominee’s evangelical executive advisory board. Along with […]
Hmm. Rumsfeld endorses Trump while Cheney has implicitly endorsed Hillary. It looks like the imperialists are trying to cover all their bases. Rumsfeld tells DailyMail.com that he will vote for the Republicans’ presumptive nominee because he’s a ‘known unknown’ and Hillary Clinton is a ‘known known’ 9/11-era defense […]
The Hillary campaign represents the totalitarian humanist convergence of imperialists, plutocrats, police statists, and the politically correct that I predicted in this article for LewRockwell.Com nearly 10 years ago. Also notice that the 1% that controls the Democratic party comes not from the traditional WASP elite but from […]
A big split seems to be emerging between between center-liberalism and the Left. By Ben Wolfgang and S.A. Miller Progressive leaders are still hoping to force likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to the left, but a party insider said Thursday she’s rapidly losing interest in accommodating any […]
I’d like to go to Cleveland and rent a hotel room with a balcony overlooking the convention center. I’m hoping the GOP convention degenerates into a fistfight between neocons and Trumpians on the convention floor, and a full blown street fight between Trumpians, leftists, BLM and cops in […]
This would be an astounding accomplishment for the minor parties.
The System is crumbling and the power elite is getting worried. By Jonathan Rauch The Atlantic t’s 2020, four years from now. The campaign is under way to succeed the president, who is retiring after a single wretched term. Voters are angrier than ever—at politicians, at compromisers, at […]
The neocons are pissed now that they’re getting a taste of their own medicine. By Jay Nordlinger National Review There is an F-word in the present political campaign, and it is “fascist.” Some people say, “Trump is a fascist. Or if he’s not, he has fascist tendencies.” Others […]
This is important news because it signifies a genuine tension between the seriously anti-imperialist Left and the center-Left. These cleavages are becoming every more pronounced all the time whether the issue is foreign policy, labor policy, trade, civil liberties, criminal justice, the environment, the war on drugs, police […]
Adam Kokesh is considering running for President in 2020 on a program of abolishing the US federal system. Maybe Adam is the Man.
If We Are Going to Take Down the Establishment: Progressives, Libertarians, Anarchists, and Non-Voters Need to Unite
It looks like ATS ideas are becoming increasingly closer to the mainstream. I am seeing more and more writing like this all the time. By Tim Bryant The Last American Vagabond Anyone paying even the slightest attention to the 2016 Presidential Election can see that this election cycle […]
Truth Axis On Monday the US Supreme Court ruled to uphold evidence gathered during an illegal investigatory stop in Utah. The case, Utah vs. Strieff, has wide implications for the 4th Amendment, which protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. The Supreme Court decided that […]
By Chris Shaw I’ve made it clear that I don’t see the EU referendum as particularly important. The major economic questions surrounding the modern world, from banking fragility and capital creation, to huge levels of private and sovereign debt and politico-economic centralisation are not remotely addressed within this […]
Press TV. Listen here. “The rise of the Daesh was made possible by efforts by the Americans to destabilize various governments in the Middle East,” said Keith Preston. The administration of US President Barack Obama, along with neoconservatives in Washington, have pursued policies that helped in the rise […]
This is getting weird. Truth Axis Omar Mateen, the suspected gunman behind the Orlando Pulse Nightclub massacre, appears to have an entry in the Internet Movie Database. The entry gives him credit for appearances in two movies. In 2012 he appeared as himself in The Big Fix, a […]
By Brandon Turbeville As more and more evidence emerges regarding the mass shooting in an Orlando gay club that resulted in the death of at least 52 people and many more injured, signs are increasingly pointing toward the possibility of a false flag operation. Already, a number of […]
Pink Pistols June 12, 2016 Early Sunday, around 2AM Eastern Time, the Pulse nightclub in Orlando was attacked by an armed individual. Approximately 20 persons were killed and over double that wounded when the attacker, whom police have identified as Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old from Fort Pierce, FL, […]
An overlapping question might be how do we have anarchist meetings without armed guards to keep all the different factions from attacking each other? AnarchistNews.Org Anarchists have held and continue to organize conferences, gatherings, workshops, discussions, summits, and meetings on a local and international level. These events offer […]
The necessity of overthrowing the police state and related institutions is the most serious domestic issue in the United States at present. What’s interesting is that virtually the entire range of informed opinion recognizes this to some degree though the analytical framework and specific criticisms may vary considerably. […]
There goes the libertarian neighborhood. Now is the time for serious anti-state radicals to forget about “fiscal conservatism and social liberalism” and become full-blown anarchists. By Nicky Woolf The Guardian ‘I wish everybody in the Republican party had rejected Mr Trump and chosen someone else,’ Romney said on […]
If the Trump and Sanders movements become a permanent fixture of US politics, the real effect of this will be to repeal the Reagan Revolution and bring American politics back to what it was in the 1970s, and with relatively similar political, economic, and social circumstances (minus the […]
Todd Lewis, Andy Nowicki, Colin Liddell and Keith Preston to have a roundtable discussion/debate about the state of the Alternative Right.
Robert Stark interviews Alex von Goldstein about Pepe the Frog Topics include:
By John Knefel Village Voice Illustration by Matt Mahurin Billymark’s is the most working-class bar in Chelsea, if not all of Manhattan. On a Thursday afternoon in early March, union guys play darts as both TVs air a CBS report on the early days of Syria’s fragile cease-fire. […]
The homepage for this episode is here. Keith Preston, who is neither a conservative nor a libertarian but who’s never dull, skewers political correctness in this provocative episode. According to Herbert Marcuse, on some things there is no other side to the argument worth considering, so it’s all […]
The Economist IN A sense, this is a golden age for free speech. Your smartphone can call up newspapers from the other side of world in seconds. More than a billion tweets, Facebook posts and blog updates are published every single day. Anyone with access to the internet […]
Listen Here! Topics include: Filippo Tommaso Marinetti & Italian Futurism Marinetti’s Manifesto of Futurism How Futurism emphasized speed, technology, youth, and violence, and objects such as the car, the aeroplane, and the industrial city How Hitler’s exhibition on “degenerate […]
Thus far, there appears to be only one truism about Donald Trump: You can’t believe a word he says. But what matters is what Trump would actually do as a head of state, not what he says to the press or during campaign speeches. His track record indicates […]
Press TV. Listen here: http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2016/06/07/469332/Donald-Trump-GOP-hawks Keith Preston said “Donald Trump is talking out of both sides of his mouth.” Donald Trump’s reversal of position on American intervention in Libya shows he is trying to appease hawks in the Republican Party and the US power elite, an American journalist […]
via: Infowars Paul Joseph Watson joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the upcoming United Kingdom EU Referendum.
By Andrew Levine Counterpunch Nobody knows yet what will become of the Republican Party after Donald Trump is through with it. He probably doesn’t know himself what he would like to happen. In any case, it isn’t entirely up to him. It depends too on what real Republicans […]
By Diana Johnstone Counterpunch On June 2, a few days before the California primary, Hillary Clinton gave up trying to compete with Bernie Sanders on domestic policy. Instead, she zeroed in on the soft target of Donald Trump’s most “bizarre rants” in order to present herself as experienced […]
By Margaret Kimberley Counterpunch/Black Agenda Report Joseph Sohm | Shutterstock.com Donald Trump is the ill spoken, boorish, graceless version of every American president in modern history. He differs from them only in his unconcealed appeals to white nationalism. But Democrats aren’t much better. They pretend to work on behalf of […]
By Caroline May Breitbart.Com The BLS reports that last month 94,708,000 Americans were neither employed nor made an effort to find employment — due to discouragement, retirement, education, or otherwise — last month. May’s non-participation numbers represent a 664,000 increase compared to the month prior and smash the […]
Peter Bolton says sabotage. By Peter Bolton Council on Hemispheric Relations Reports in the English-language press last week highlighted a series of small-scale street protests in Venezuela that bemoaned the scarcity of certain basic products, chronic shortages of medical supplies, and continued power and water outages throughout the […]
Thomas Sowell says socialism. By Thomas Sowell Investors.Com Opposition protesters shout out “Maduro” during a demonstration demanding the government pursue a referendum to recall President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela. Americans enamored with the soft-focus socialism espoused by Bernie Sanders are deluded into thinking socialism works. It has […]
What happens after the EU referendum? Keir Martland (4th June 2016) During the May 2015 General Election, David Cameron hinted that he would stand down during this Parliament, “Terms are like shredded wheat; two is fine, three might just be too many.” This means that at some point […]