Saagar Enjeti and Ryan Grim compare Joe Biden’s administration to President Obama’s.
Saagar Enjeti and Ryan Grim discuss statements by President Barack Obama that “political candidates lose support when using slogans like defund the police.”
Saagar Enjeti and Ryan Grim react to comments by former Trump campaign manager, Brad Parscale, who says Trump’s coronavirus response cost him the election.
Some time back, William Gillis of the Center for a Stateless Society offered the following criticisms of those of us who hold to a decentralist-pluralist version of anarchism as opposed to his leftist-universalist perspective. His comments are in italics followed by my response. Anarchism is a rigorous ethical […]
by Timothy W. Luke With a Foreword by Ronald J. Deibert Also available in Kindle ebook format at Amazon.com. This new edition of Screens of Power: Ideology, Domination, and Resistance in Informational Society, first published in 1989, reintroduces the innovative critique of informational culture, politics, and society outlined […]
By Peter R. Quinones, … or three, or five, or even ten. Yes, I know, i dOn’T wAnT tO bE rUleD bY aNyOnE (But for us over here living in reality and not Fantasyland…). But when you are ruled by 2.1 million civil employees, who do you blame […]
I see a lot of left-libertarian types hating on Tom Woods at times, probably because he’s not PC enough about something or other. But any serious opponent of the MIC is a friend of mine, regardless of what else they believe. The MIC and related entities are really […]
By Julian Siravo In 2019, Autonomy – a UK-based think tank that focuses on the future of work and economic planning – was tasked with developing a strategy to future-proof the economy of the Comunidad Valenciana, one of Spain’s largest regions. The report was commissioned by the region’s […]
TELOS Press In today’s episode of the Telos Press Podcast, Camelia Raghinaru talks with Mark G. E. Kelly about his article “Foucault and the Politics of Language Today,” from Telos 191 (Summer 2020). An excerpt of the article appears below. By Mark G. E. Kelly We find ourselves today […]
LOL. There’s your “coup.” One by one, the neocon and neo-Reaganite plants in the Trump administration are throwing Orange Man under the bus. By Michael Balsamo, AP News WASHINGTON (AP) — Disputing President Donald Trump’s persistent, baseless claims, Attorney General William Barr declared Tuesday the U.S. Justice Department […]
It looks like The Intercept is already running interference for the Bidenists. Greenwald got out just in time. I generally like Ryan Grim but this is hopefully naive. Yes, OF COURSE, the US will be moving incrementally toward more European-like social democratic policies on domestic policy over time, […]
Kulinski’s milquetoast Berniebro social democracy is not my thing at all. But this is a great overview of why “right-wing” libertarianism fails. It ultimately ends of getting co-opted by the standard coalition of corporatists and reactionaries, who are in turn being puppetmastered by the imperialists, with the actual […]
This commentary is almost five years old but it seems to be a fairly accurate assessment of the fracturing of the libertarian milieu. As one who is generally more interested in meta-politics than politics, I’m generally favorably disposed to all sincere enemies of the state, regardless of what […]
I don’t know anything about the controversy described below but it seems to be another example of libertarianism being overrun by culture war tribalism. I generally find Reason to be good on civil liberties, a mixed bag on foreign policy, and shitty neoliberals on economics (except for their […]
I don’t really consider myself to be part of mainstream US libertarianism (the axis of ideas influenced by Mises, Hayek, Friedman, Rand, and Rothbard) though I am a fellow traveler on a range of topics. But in recent years I have noticed that US libertarianism (the movement seems […]
SJWs of the Right. This is nothing new. There were right-wing groups like this when I was an undergrad in the 80s. By Eleanor J. Bader, Truthout When President Donald Trump convened the White House Conference on American History in mid-September, he wowed attendees with news that he’d […]
I’m not a huge fan of Paul Joseph Watson but this is spot on. The supposed “progressive” alternative to Orange Man’s “fascism.” My guess is that the foreign policy orientation of the Bidenists will be to attempt to reverse the decline of the US empire through the reassertion […]
The Demcratic mafia + token diversity. Director of Research at the American Economic Liberties Project, Matt Stoller, reacts to Joe Biden’s picks for his economic team.
We have always been at war with East Asia? Saagar Enjeti and Ryan Grim discuss the impact the Coronavirus is going to have on the United States longterm.
Following in the footsteps of Gina Haspel and Samantha Power. Saagar Enjeti and Ryan Grim weigh in on the Biden Administration’s selection of an all female communications team.
Imagine that. Saagar Enjeti explains how Joe Biden’s economic team gives Americans a glimpse at how the Biden Administration will govern.
Pete asked Keith to come on to have a discussion about the Non-Aggression Principle and whether it is a vital part of anarchist/libertarian ideology. Listen here.
In a recent interview with Mumia Abu Jamal discussed the link between the CIA and leftist philanthropists. The relevant comments are about 2 minutes, 12 seconds in. Listen here.