Month: July 2022

Breaking Points: 7/31/22 AMA Institutional legitimacy, James Webb telescope, seed oils, labor unions, and the art of podcasting!

Krystal and Saagar answer your questions about institutional legitimacy, James Webb telescope, seed oils, labor unions, and the art of podcasting! To ask a question, go to the Breaking Points AMA page here: https://breakingpoints.supercast.tech… Timestamps: Institutional Legitimacy: 0:00 – 2:40 James Webb Telescope: 2:41 – 7:29 Seed Oils: […]

Jose Nino’s Digest: July 30, 2022 Peter Schiff Believes the Government Will No Longer Have an Objective Standard to Define Recession, and more

Here are my most recent articles for you Peter Schiff Believes the Government Will No Longer Have an Objective Standard to Define Recession Earlier this week, the Biden regime tried to redefine what constitutes an economic recession. A report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis revealed that the […]

Anarchists must say…?

Anarchist News How do you express anarchist ideas in mixed company? We are told that “anarchists must say what only anarchists can say,” but what must we say, and how? The Duponts encourage us to be “poppers of balloons” to dispel the illusion of liberalism, which to them […]

Breaking Points: 7/30/22 Mini Show Kamala Harris, John Fetterman’s campaign, Americans moving to Mexico, more

Krystal, Saagar, and friends talk about Kamala Harris, John Fetterman’s campaign, Americans moving to Mexico, Olbermann podcast, PTSD, Instagram changes, Saudis & Biden, Taiwan tension, & more! Kyle Kulinski: https://www.youtube.com/c/SecularTalk Marshall Kosloff: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3O3… Jason Kander: https://www.harpercollins.com/product… Timestamps: Kamala 0:00 – 4:00 Fetterman: 4:01 – 9:46 Border: 9:47 – […]

Realism, Utopianism, and Radical Values

By Paul Raekstad One of the more debated topics in the recent realist literature concerns the compatibility of realism and utopianism. Perhaps the greatest challenge to utopian political thought comes from Bernard Williams’ realism, which argues, among other things, that political values should be subject to what he […]

Democrats’ confidence ahead of midterm elections buoyed by string of legislative wins

by David M. Drucker, Senior Political CorrespondentWashington Examiner Democrats were hopeful that a flurry of legislative victories notched 100 days out from the midterm elections would stabilize President Joe Biden’s political standing and boost the party’s dire 2022 prospects. Congress approved bipartisan legislation to counter China and increase […]

Don’t Cancel Student Debt

By Emma Camp and Danielle Thompson, Reason For many of the 43 million Americans weighed down by student loan debt, making their monthly payments is a major drag on their lives. About a third of undergraduates going for a bachelor’s degree are either dropping out or taking more […]

Breaking Points: 7/29/22 WEEKLY ROUNDUP The new Uvalde report, Russia sabotaging diplomacy, recession warnings, more

Krystal and Saagar discuss the new Uvalde report, Russia sabotaging diplomacy, recession warnings, Ukraine blacklist, Trump’s bureaucracy plan, GDP numbers, CHIPS act, & Manchin deal! Timestamps: Uvalde: 0:00 – 13:50 Russia: 13:51 – 23:55 Recession: 23:56 – 47:35 Ukraine Blacklist: 47:36 – 56:57 Trump Bureaucracy: 57:58 – 1:09:59 […]