Shortages and the Class Struggle A Libertarian View Sean Gabb (28th September 2021) There is in the United Kingdom a shortage of lorry drivers. This means a dislocation of much economic activity. Because it cannot be delivered, there is no petrol in the filling stations. Because there are […]
By Ivan Eland, Independent Institute After the Donald Trump presidency, some bipartisan motivation exists to restore some of the guardrails and norms of the executive branch that eroded during that time. However, the Trump administration was only the most recent episode of the usurpation by the executive of […]
By Angelo M. Codevilla Independent Institute Avenging 9/11 and preventing its recurrence was justification for putting enormous effort and money into unrelated or even counterproductive activities the ruling class sold to us as antiterrorism. Twenty years after the U.S. government declared war on terrorism, it consummated its own defeat in […]
By K. Lloyd Billingsley Independent Institute Angelo M. Codevilla, a man of “remarkable intellect and insights,” passed away this month after a long and productive career. In his response to the pandemic, Codevilla might have saved the best for last. Born in Voghera, Italy, in 1943, Codevilla earned degrees at […]
By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Money Metals Debt troubles in China and Washington, D.C. helped boost safe-haven demand for precious metals early this week. By Thursday, however, investors piled back into stocks and sold safe havens like gold and silver again. Platinum is making news for an […]
Uber-neocon Bob Kagan, a founder of the Kristolite PNAC and husband of Vicki Nuland, pulls an AOCesque “I’m scared” routine and predicts that pan-secessionism, at least on a primitive level, will actually happen in the next few years. I wish I were as optimistic as Bob the Blob’s […]
Krystal and Saagar talk about Biden’s agenda falling apart, his dropping polls across the board, an outspoken Marine jailed, updates from the VA Gov race, YouTube censorship, the future of independent media, Th View’s strange Kamala interview, Steven Donziger’s situation, and more!
By Daniel W. Drezner Over the weekend it was impossible for me to go on social media and not see someone linking or hyping Robert Kagan’s latest in The Washington Post. Kagan starts his essay with a large bucket of cold water: “The United States is heading into […]
By Vivek Ramaswamy In one of my favorite episodes of South Park, two sleazy salesmen try to sell shoddy vacation condos in the glitzy ski town of “Asspen” to the lower middle-class residents of South Park. Their sales pitch is simple: “Try saying it, ‘I’ve got a little […]
By Raymond Craib José Astorquiza had no patience for insolence. The special minister appointed to oversee the prosecution of subversives looked at the young man in front of him. “Are you an anarchist?” he asked. José DomingoGómez Rojas answered: “I do not have, dear Minister, sufficient moral discipline […]
By Matt Taibbi When political narrative replaces faith, truth becomes heresy. We’ll tell you anything you want to hear. We lie like hell! We’ll tell you Kojak always gets the killer, and nobody ever gets cancer in Archie Bunker’s house… We’ll tell you any shit you want to hear! […]
Zac & Gavin are joined by Afeni (@ReddIsAri) to break down some recent news!
Wednesday, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pressed an FBI official on the radicalization of police officers by white supremacy groups.
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll shows 40 percent of voters will blame both parties if the government shuts down.
Krystal and Saagar break down the conviction of singer R Kelly after he was finally brought to trial following decades of misconduct and abuse that was practically ignored by polite society
Krystal and Saagar interview candidates for Governor and Lt.Gov in Rhode Island who are leading a new political movement against the corrupt Democratic party machine in the state
Krystal and Saagar discuss the incompetence being shown by Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, and the Democratic party as a whole during the high stakes congressional battles taking place
Saagar considers whether a billionaire investor in Gamestop lied to congress about why Robinhood halted stock trades in the middle of the famous r/wallstreetbets revolt against hedge funds
Krystal makes the case for why Democrats should mint the coin in order to avoid the pending debt ceiling disaster that could ravage the economy
Krystal and Saagar analyze the decision to close classes at Harvard Business School and what the incoming freshman class at Harvard can tell us about the future of America’s elite
Krystal and Saagar go over the incredible corruption at the federal reserve and why so little media coverage has been devoted to major economic policy makers having conflicts of interest
Krystal and Saagar respond to the lies told by top Generals about the Afghanistan withdrawal and correspondence with China in their latest congressional testimony
My recent interview with Dodcast, hosted by a long-time friend of ATS, Luke Dodson. Talking to Keith Preston about the collapse of the American Empire. I have known Keith for a number of years, through his website AttackTheSystem.com, so it was great to chat to him about the […]
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Emily Jashinsky discuss the newest developments in the case against Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange,
Kim Iversen breaks down the flow of money from U.S. foreign aid allocations, to Israel, and back to the American defense industry.
Hunter Biden Emails REVEAL Offer To UNFREEZE $30B In Libyan Assets, Reporter Details Washington BLOB
Senior correspondent for Insider, Mattathias Schwartz, breaks down the latest corruption scandal surrounding Hunter and Joe Biden.
Ryan Grim, Emily Jashinsky, and Robby Soave discuss the edited quote that has the ACLU under fire.
Team Rising discusses reporting that a network of right-wing health care providers has made millions off of selling COVID treatments popular amongst vaccine skeptics.
Emily Jashinsky makes the case for reducing the massive federal bureaucracy.
Ryan Grim explains why yesterday’s testimony from top U.S. military officials should result in Congressional investigations, and even indictments.
Top Gens. ADMIT They Wanted To Stay In Afghanistan, Fund Military Industrial Complex For ENDLESS War
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to yesterday’s testimony from top U.S. military officials on the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
It is interesting how the media is now promoting the Bushes and Cheneys as the legitimate Republican opposition to Trumpism. The ruling class is getting scared and circling the wagons. Liz Cheney tells Lesley Stahl about running for re-election as an anti-Trump Republican in Wyoming, where her own […]
Uber-neocon David Frum of “An End to Evil” fame goes full Antifa. (Yes, he actually co-authored a book with that title, and his co-author was a man whose literal and ironic nickname was “The Prince of Darkness.”) Sorry, Dave, I guess evil didn’t end, after all. By David […]
By La Resistance Media The Balkanization of the Union It is not news that there are irreconcilable political, economic, and cultural divisions in the U.S. What makes these divisions a force of fragmentation, or social cleavages, is that these tend to overlap between each other and a geographical […]
By Leila Hedayatifar, Rachel A. Rigg, Yaneer Bar-Yam and Alfredo J. Morales Despite global connectivity, societies seem to be increasingly polarized and fragmented. This phenomenon is rooted in the underlying complex structure and dynamics of social systems. Far from homogeneously mixing or adopting conforming views, individuals self-organize into […]
Some handwringing from Neocon Review, and this piece is two years old, from before the pandemic. By Fred Bauer, National Review In the latest issue of The Atlantic, James Fallows turns to the fall of the Roman empire and finds that it wasn’t all that bad! “Late antiquity” […]
Krystal and Saagar discuss the congressional battles within the Democratic party, top Generals testifying in front of congress, corruption in the federal reserve, mania at Harvard, singer R. Kelly’s conviction, the case for mint the coin, wall street corruption against redditors, Rhode Island’s political revolution, and more!
Anarchist News Note: Was going to post the whole text here but it was too long, so I used 0bin instead, it’s an anoymous paste type site, hope the link works for everybody! from Indonesian anarchist blog Kontra-Media, original article here: https://kontramedia.noblogs.org/post/memahami-strategi-anti-otoritarian-… “Don’t ask us for that formula […]
By Caitlin Johnstone t says a lot that AOC wasn’t even able to vote against an Israeli apartheid measure that everyone already knew would pass regardless of her vote. I mean, how far gone is your progressive revolution if you’re not even allowed to have a perfectly safe […]
Civility is overrated.
By Scott Newman, National Public Radio It’s neither a bird nor a plane, but a winged microchip as small as a grain of sand that can be carried by the wind as it monitors such things as pollution levels or the spread of airborne diseases. The tiny microfliers, […]
By Sonny Laymatina “For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow.” – Book of Ecclesiastes (1:18) Every time I hear someone say the U.S. lost its innocence on November 22, 1963, I say tell it to all the Blacks, Indians and […]
By David Leonhardt New York Times During the early months of Covid-19 vaccinations, several major demographic groups lagged in receiving shots, including Black Americans, Latino Americans and Republican voters. More recently, the racial gaps — while still existing — have narrowed. The partisan gap, however, continues to be […]
Neo-Malthusianism and eugenics in the struggle over meaning in the Spanish anarchist press, 1900-1936
By Jorge Molero-Mesa This article analyzes the debate on neo-Malthusianism and eugenics in Spanish anarchist publications in the first third of the last century. Using theoretical frameworks that have been under-utilized thus far, it provides new interpretations of what the term ” eugenics ” meant in pro-anarchist neo-Malthusian […]
Eric July is the frontman for the band Backwordz, the host of the YoungRippa59 channel on YouTube and a contributor at Blaze TV. Eric joins Pete for a targeted discussion about the state of the Right, and the Left, currently in the US. They, of course, get into […]
By Damon Linker, The Week The most talked-about essay of the past week is undoubtedly Robert Kagan’s “Our constitutional crisis is already here” in The Washington Post, a long, gripping examination of the very serious danger that Donald Trump poses to American democracy as the country approaches the […]
Neocon uber-imperialist douchebag Robert Kagan is worried the system is cracking. Based on the recent writing of a range of leading neocons, its seems they really are getting more worried about holding it together. By Robert Kagan Washington Post “Is there no virtue among us? If there be […]
Trumpism is Trump first, always has been. He could care less about working-class people. “America first” is simply American bourgeoisie over everyone else.
Knowing her delusional self, she’ll just take all that booing and assume she should run again.
This is pretty hardcore though hardly surprising.