Tom Woods Show Matt Asher discusses the prospects for American breakup, and what we should do while we wait. LISTEN HERE
Americans continue to self-select into localized lifestyle-based enclaves. Tenth Amendment constitutionalists and states rights conservatives ignore the fact that political conflict is now local rather than regional when it comes to geography. In order to function, pan-secessionism would need to assume the form of something like ancient Greece, […]
The party realignment is almost entirely complete at this point. The Democrats are the party of educated elites, and the Republicans are the party of the poor and working-class, with race being an outlier issue. This does not mean that the Republicans are becoming the party of “class […]
It is true that class divisions are the widest they have been in 100 years, and there are now more strikes going on than at any time since WW2. However, the class-based politics favored by the economic left still faces an uphill battle in terms of becoming the […]
https://nomadcapitalist.com/ Wondering about the current condition of the United States? Historian and documentary filmmaker Ken Burns said that the present day is one of the worst times in American history. In this video, Andrew shares an article from https://www.mediaite.com/ and discusses his thoughts on all the chaos that’s […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley America likes to think of itself like Van Helsing in a world full of monsters; a rogue vigilante republic cursed with the responsibility to protect the weak and the downtrodden from the forces of evil with it’s superpowers. […]
Aaron is one of the hosts of the Timeline Earth podcast. Aaron and Pete begin a series where they read the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski’s, Manifesto and comment on it.
Given by James Kreindler ’77, Partner, Kreindler & Kreindler LLP. Currently, Mr. Kreindler is the co-chair of the Plaintiff’s Committee in the 9/11 Litigation on behalf of the 9/11 families to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for its role in the 9/11 attacks. The lawsuit alleges that members of […]
Africa.Com A man in Eritrea has died at the age of 127, his family has said, expressing the hope that Natabay Tinsiew will earn a place in the Guinness World Records as the oldest person to have ever lived. Mr Natabay died peacefully in his village, Azefa – […]
By Andrew Sullivan Pinker’s new book is Rationality. It’s like taking a Harvard course on the tricks our minds play on us. We had a blast — and I pressed him on several points. You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, […]
By Declan Walsh, Eric Schmitt and Julian E. Barnes New York Times MOGADISHU, Somalia — The C.I.A. convoy rolled out of Mogadishu in the dead of night, headed south along a crumbling ocean road that led deep into territory controlled by Al Shabab, one of Africa’s deadliest militant groups. […]
John McWhorter is a linguist, associate professor of linguistics at Columbia University and an author.
What Happened to Matt Taibbi? The former darling of the liberal media is now one of its loudest critics. He says he hasn’t changed.
By Ross Barkan Obviously, I’m anxious about why I’m being profiled,” Matt Taibbi said at the end of our phone call this summer, which had already lasted an hour and a half. He was on vacation with his family. The day before, they went on a whale watch. […]
Revolutions and Counterrevolutions: Their Consequences for Democracy Civil Wars, Revolutions and Counterrevolutions in Finland, Spain, and Greece (1918-1949): A Comparative Analysis
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Christopher Mims, author of Arriving Today: From Factory to Front Door — Why Everything Has Changed About How and What We Buy and Wall Street Journal technology columnist, joins The Realignment to tell the story of the worldwide supply chain crunch, from the 2018 trade war between China […]
Krystal and Saagar are joined by David Sirota of the Daily Poster as part of a continued collaboration to discuss the Democrats weak response to the financial crisis and how it parallels to today
By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Don’t want to listen? Read the podcast below! Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason. As trading closes out for October ahead of Halloween, the specter of inflation is haunting markets. While some investors still cling to the hope that […]
By Andrew Sullivan We need both parties to prevent environmental catastrophe. Here’s how we do it. Politics is downstream of culture. Change the culture and (sooner or later) you change the politics. But some political issues have such hefty cultural baggage, it’s incredibly hard to shift the politics. […]
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 42 percent of voters approve of Joe Biden as president while 47 percent disapprove and 11 percent said neither. This survey was conducted online within the United States from Oct 20-23 among 2727 registered voters by HarrisX. The […]
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave react to news that Raytheon lost $75M in sales as a result of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
As totalitarian humanism achieves hegemony at the federal, corporate, financial, academic, and media levels, the neo-Know Nothings and the right-wing of the oligarchy are waging an insurgency at the regional level. Interesting. Former chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, David Pepper, details his new book: Laboratories Of Autocracy: […]
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss the labor shortage, and how the food industry has turned to automation to address staffing issues.
Founder of The Daily Poster, David Sirota, explains how Democrats’ broken promises are jeopardizing democracy.
Team Rising debate Jen Psaki’s performance as White House press secretary.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss reporting that Betsy DeVos’ family invested $100M in Elizabeth Holmes failed venture, Theranos.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the bill proposed in Wisconsin that would loosen child labor law restrictions.
By Adaku Jane Echendu The proliferation of weapons of mass destruction poses serious concerns for global peace and security. There are growing concerns over the manner chemical weapons are being deployed in conflicts like in Syria where it has been used persistently (Koblentz, 2019). It has also been […]
Emotions, MEmotions, Moral Batteries and High-Risk Activism: Understanding the Emotional Practices of the Spanish Anarchists under Franco’s Dictatorship
By Eduardo Romanos This article studies the reactivation of activist networks in high-risk settings through a longitudinal analysis of the emotional practices of Spanish anarchists under Franco’s dictatorship (1939–75). The anarchists mobilised a series of emotions in their discourse, seeking to change the degree and quality of emotions […]
It makes sense. Labor shortages combined with legislated minimum wage increases would likely have the effect of increasing wage rates overall, but at the cost of contributing to the inflation rates that we’re seeing now as employers tend to pass labor costs onto consumers. By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER, AP […]
By Matt Taibbi Interview with David Sirota, creator of the new Audible podcast series about the aftereffects of the 2008 financial crash, produced by Oscar-winner Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions. “What’s really cool is I have very few friends in DC,” says Meltdown podcast creator David Sirota. “When this […]
By Rachel Corbett The New Yorker A slew of true-crime content hosted by former members of the Mafia has attracted a surprising set of devotees: law-enforcement agents, looking for a deeper understanding of some of the biggest cases of their careers. To join the Mafia, one must take […]
Krystal and Saagar give their take on the newly formed media group led by Democratic operatives being funded by Soros and other billionaires to combat ‘misinformation’ on the internet
Krystal covers two major injustices happening now in the legal system as lawyer Steven Donziger is sent to jail and Julian Assange could be expedited to the United States shortly. YouTube is trying to block access to this segment. The video can also be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDRIjKy6eZOvKtOELtTdeUA
By Luis Ferré-Sadurní and Jonah E. Bromwich New York Times Former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was charged on Thursday with groping a female aide’s breast inside the Executive Mansion “for the purposes of degrading and gratifying his sexual desires,” according to a criminal complaint filed in Albany City […]
It’s great to see both Fauci and Cuomo, two superheroes of the Branch Covidians, get taken down. On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll shows that voter support for Dr. Fauci’s resignation has grown since June, especially amongst Democrats.
Krystal and Saagar cover the most recent developments in the labor action happening across America including the large amount of support the workers have from the American public
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss a new op-ed from former CIA officers that calls for an investigation into ‘Havana syndrome’ at the Hague.
Krystal and Saagar give an update on the Alec Baldwin shooting story and whether the actor could face charges after live ammo was recovered from the crime scene
Kim Iversen details what she calls “the biggest peacetime policy failure” of our lifetime.
This is a pretty good discussion of the relationship between supply chains and inflation, but one important thing he is leaving out is the relationship between unstable supply chains and pandemic lockdowns. The core issue is forecasting. When there is a major economic downturn (as there was during […]
Host of The Nomiki Show, Nomiki Konst, and advisor at Renew Democracy Initiative, Rina Shah, discuss Elon Musk’s opposition to the billionaire tax.
Krystal and Saagar cover the details of Biden’s shrinking budget proposal as Democrats in congress have continued to battle over what will be in the final version of the bill
Host of Bad Faith Podcast, Briahna Joy Gray, gives her take on Virginia’s dead-heat gubernatorial race.
Krystal and Saagar revisit the subject of Chinese government influence over social media app TikTok now that a representative from the company has finally appeared in front of congress
Robby Soave breaks down Merrick Garland’s contentious Senate testimony on the Loudoun County school board controversy.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Julian Assange’s brother Gabriel Shipton to get an update about the legal developments in the Assange case and learn about the personal side of the story
Ryan Grim explains the ‘patriotic tax’ that has Senator Joe Manchin’s full support.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by author and writer Batya Ungar-Sargon to discuss how elite driven, woke media can threaten democracy and perpetuate the class war
Julian Assange’s brother, Gabriel Shipton, joins Ryan Grim and Robby Soave to discuss the Wikileaks founder’s new strategy in the U.S. government’s case to extradite him.
I’ve long thought that class struggle would make a comeback as class divisions widen, although I am skeptical about the efficacy of a labor movement in an economy where labor is transient and capital is highly mobile. Folks like Kyle Kulinski hope to replace culture war politics with […]