By Julian Brave NoiseCat The Nation riving down international boulevard, East Oakland’s main inner-city thoroughfare, it’s hard to miss the Intertribal Friendship House. With its mural-rimmed courtyard featuring larger-than-life portraits of Natives, both famous and unknown, the community center, which some call the “urban rez,” stands apart from […]
By Peter Kornbluh, The Nation Where Obama was willing to try “engagement,” Biden administration policy remains mired in Cold War clichés. The Nation has always believed there is a better way. In mid-December, some 114 members of Congress sent a forceful letter to President Joe Biden calling for […]
By Jp Cortez Is your state promoting sound money? The links below detail pending state legislation where the Sound Money Defense League and Money Metals Exchange is actively working right now to defend the interests of taxpayers and precious metals investors. We see some promising signs that additional […]
Krystal and Saagar break down the Biden administration’s aggressiveness on Ukraine, midterm disaster for Democrats, legal updates on the Julian Assange case, Capitol Police surveillance operations, mask mania in mainstream media, the everything bubble, the case for The Rock 2024, & more! Due to issues in the studio […]
Ukraine pushed towards meltdown. Neocons pushing Biden towards war.
By Paul Gottfried, American Mind The Left’s support for civil liberties has always been contingent on its own relative strength or weakness. In a thoughtful commentary on “The New Normal and the Assault on Reason,” Glenn Ellmers makes this historical observation: For several centuries, at least since John […]
Sammy “The Bull” Gravano had it right on these guys. By AMY FORLITI and STEVE KARNOWSKI Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights did nothing to intervene as fellow officer Derek Chauvin pinned the Black man’s […]
Increasingly, the domestic USA really is becoming a Third World country. The US ruling class, in collusion with their junior partners around the world, may preside over the most powerful state/empire in history, but that doesn’t mean that decades of neglect haven’t reduced domestic US society itself to […]
By Peter R. Quiñones This will be short but it’s a simple way to look at the political culture in the United States (and probably most of Europe as well). If I told you a common tactic of the Left is to demonize any opinion to the Right […]
By Caitlin Johnstone How many journalists are capable of doing what Julian Assange did to expose the criminality of the powerful? Not many. How many are both capable and willing? Fewer still. How many of those are now willing after seeing what’s being done to Assange? Even fewer. […]
My own take on the question of “protectionism” is largely one of indifference. From an anarchist perspective, “protectionism” can occur on a non-state basis. It is certainly conceivable that a confederation of voluntary communities (similar to the medieval European leagues like the Lombards and Hanseatics) could have their […]
YOU CAN TOUCH, BUT YOU CAN’T LOOK: EXAMINING THE INCONSISTENCIES IN OUR AGE OF CONSENT AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY LAWS
This is an interesting article about a contemporary moral panic. Underage sex is one of America’s latest hysterias. Nowadays, we’ve got not only the Pizzagate/QAnon “pedophile under every bed” hysteria, but there is increasingly an effort to equate sexual relations between adults and postpubescent minors with pedophilia. An […]
By Peter Van Buren, The American Conservative Hard questions about January 6 are being left unanswered because they might disturb the Democratic narrative. Let’s ask some. Hard questions about January 6 are being left unanswered because they might disturb the Democratic narrative. So let’s ask some. Like the […]
By Eammon Singleton, The American Conservative In April 1998, Sony Corporation chairman Norio Ohga made world headlines with his comment, “The Japanese economy is on the verge of collapsing.” In reality, nothing in Sony’s experience supported such an assessment. On the contrary, its business boomed right through the 1990s. More generally, Japanese industrial corporations continued to gain share from American rivals. Yet […]
Webinar at 7 pm CT USA, Wed, Feb 2, 2022, 2021 If you are joining from Great Britain, 1:00 am, Thur, Feb 3, 2022 If you are joining from Australia, 12:00 pm noon, Thur, Feb 3, 2022 Many manufacturing and agricultural practices, especially animal confinement, degrade water quality. […]
By Grayson Quay Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance argued in a recent interview with Spectrum News that “our country’s kind of a joke. And we should be able to tell jokes about it,” the Ohio-based news network reported. According to Mediaite, Vance made the statement when journalist Taylor […]
Professor David Graeber (LSE) speaking at the University of Birmingham as part of the Birmingham Research Institute of History and Cultures’ interdisciplinary conference ‘Debt: 5000 years and counting’.
My guest today is Tim Flannery. Tim Flannery is a monologist and paleontologist. He was the chief commissioner of the Australian Climate Commission and Chairman of the Copenhagen Climate Council. He was named Australian Humanist of the year in 2005 and Australian of the Year in 2007.
–Donald Trump is interviewed by Fox News propagandist Sean Hannity and it ends up being possibly Trump’s worst interview in history, touching on COVID, Ukraine, his dementia test, and much more
Bold of Candace Owens to assume Homelessness is the new slavery of 2022 when the judicial system in the prison pipeline still exist
The UK wouldn’t want to imply that anything nefarious could happen to Assange in U.S. custody, like, lets say .. oh, I don’t know … Assange mysteriously commits “suicide” while under being surveillance during his incarceration …
Krystal and Saagar cover the story of a local judge ordering employees at a hospital to stay at their current jobs and keep working after they tried to leave the company for better jobs
Kim Iversen criticizes the US response to conflict in Russia and Ukraine as fueling the military industrial complex.
What about the immediate family of Congress? They shouldn’t be allowed to trade stocks either… What’s to say they can’t relay stock tips to their family members?
Krystal and Saagar provide updates on the situation taking place on the Ukrainian-Russian border and the response from the foreign policy elite & the Biden administration planning on sending troops
–Voicemail caller asks whether waiting until the US becomes a dictatorship before leaving the country is a bad idea because it may become difficult to leave a dictatorship
Sinema Literally teaches a course on how to lobby money. Fairly certain she does not care about her approval rating when she has a corporate lobbyist job lined up for her.
Briahna Joy Gray, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the latest comments that have White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki in the hot seat.
Krystal and Saagar comment on the statement made by Biden WH press secretary Jen Psaki that Americans should enjoy margaritas and kickboxing classes to relieve stress about the country
NATO caught with its pants down due to Obamas reluctance to address the issue that began in Crimea: https://archive.ph/ZADOC
I feel like I’m in an alternate universe knowing that people actually care about how m&m’s look.
Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave discuss returning ‘back to normal.’
Krystal and Saagar break down the economic and political factors causing the stock market to go down back to March 2020 levels as the Fed considers raising interest rates
Proving that leftoids are the least intellectual and rational political bloc.
To clarify, Medicaid is the insurance program that covers basically everything (medical, dental, vision and prescriptions) BUT it is a mean based program, which means that your assets and income have to be BELOW a certain amount to qualify for the program. Medicaid has no premiums, copays or […]
Team Rising weighs in on Democrats’ performance with Black voters, as well as how issues like critical race theory in schools will play out in the 2022 midterms.
Krystal and Saagar respond to the justification given by Texas GOP Rep. Dan Crenshaw for his insider trading that generated sky-high returns in the stock market over the past year
People have finally woken up to the fact that they need local and regional civic coordination to erode the dregs of the old neocons.
“On The Brink Of World War 3” “New Great Depression Imminent?” Thank you Kyle, for always being such a ray of sunshine.🙃
Robby Soave criticizes the ACLU’s stance on COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Krystal explores the possibility of billionaire and media personality Mark Cuban running for President in 2024 after he announced the launch of a pharmaceutical company that will sell drugs for cheap
When Slate and the Atlantic join the chorus of uproar at Dem policies, they have MSNBC left and that’s mostly it: https://archive.ph/kzsXv
I don’t even know what to say to someone who actually thinks Biden went or is going too far left. It’s like trying to argue with someone who thinks the problem with grass is that it’s too pink.
Briahna Joy Gray explains why Tucker Carlson’s outrage over the M&Ms makeover scandal is a faux-populist red herring.
Saagar details the new ‘Great Narrative’ being proposed by global elites at the World Economic Forum in Davos and why it should be rejected along with their ‘Great Reset’ idea
Americans: “So what does the admin plan to do to solve inflation, crime, the border surge, supply chain disruptions, and COVID?” Psaki: “😄😄😄 LOL Don’t worry about it. Just chill the F out, have a drink, and do some kick-boxing LMAO 😂😂😂”
2022, and we’re still at the mercy of old cold war era boomer dinosaurs.
Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to new polling showing that most Americans say their income is not enough to cover their cost of living.