By Will Carless, USA Today KENOSHA, Wis. – Daniel Berry said he was searching for camaraderie. The 40-year-old Army veteran yearned to forge the sort of bonds he had in the military: a brotherhood of like-minded men watching one another’s backs, holding one another up, united in a common goal. Last […]
Look for more of this in the future. By Laurel Wamsley, NPR Missouri has new a law that claims to invalidate all federal gun control laws — and prohibits state and local cooperation with enforcement of those laws. Gov. Mike Parson signed the bill, known as HB 85 […]
So the idea is to merely relocate the troops to next door in Afganistan. I suspect Pakistan will move more toward the Chinese orbit as the US influence in the region recedes. I see a potential future geopolitical rivalry between China/Pakistan and India/Japan/Southeast Asia/South Pacific. By Aarmir Latif […]
Interesting. This is a rush transcript from “The Ingraham Angle,” February 4, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. INGRAHAM: I’m Laura Ingraham. This is “The Ingraham Angle” from Washington tonight. Now the left is targeting its political opponents for protected speech. […]
By Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason Another cake controversy out of Colorado. The baker at the center of a 2018 Supreme Court case concerning religious freedom, same-sex marriage, and civil rights is back in court over his refusal to serve up another cake. This time, the controversial cake was […]
By Antoinette Harrell, Vice Historian and genealogist Antoinette Harrell has uncovered cases of African Americans still living as slaves 100 years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The 57-year-old Louisiana native has dedicated more than 20 years to peonage research. Through her work, she’s unearthed painful stories […]
What Caleb Maupin says at about 1:24 is interesting.
By Franz Lidz, New York Times On the morning after Juliane Diller fell to earth, she awoke in the deep jungle of the Peruvian rainforest dazed with incomprehension. Just before noon on the previous day — Christmas Eve, 1971 — Juliane, then 17, and her mother had boarded […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley Sometimes I can’t help but feeling like the Ebenezer Scrooge of Pride Month, pissing on everybody’s parade from my high horse of moral superiority. It’s not that I’m not proud of my people. Quite the contrary. We survived […]
By Alexander Morse Shepard The Washington Institute for Near Eastern Policy is a think-tank based in Washington DC. The organization is highly sought after as a source of policy advice by those within the American political system. The center also has considerable support within certain sections of the […]
By Ron Sterk, Food Business News KANSAS CITY — With major grain, oilseed and edible oils prices at or near eight-year highs, crude oil prices six times the year-ago level, freight rates soaring and prices for materials (cardboard and aluminum, for example) and other input costs rising, can […]
This article by an ex-cop in Arizona nails it. “Defund the Police” is a scam that’s actually about strengthening the police state through nationalizing law enforcement to an even greater degree than what is the case at present. By Masooma Haq and Jan Jekielek Epoch Times “Defund the […]
Matt Erickson is interviewed by Pete Quinones.
By Axel B. Corlu Anarchists, and in particular propaganda by the deed, occupied the center stage in world politics in the late nineteenth century. The use of political violence in the anarchist mold captured the attention of the public from the Americas to Europe and beyond. The connection […]
By CEDAR ATTANASI, Military.Com/Associated Press SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico Hispanic fraternal order is suing the mayor of Santa Fe over damage to a historical monument by activists last year and the city’s proposal to permanently remove it. In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in state […]
Tom Woods Show We’ve been raised to think of the state as a social service agency, or as the institution through which we govern ourselves, or any of a variety of comforting myths about what the state really is. In this episode we drop the cutesy propaganda and […]
Ben Burgis comes to Ana’s rescue. Although I still think Ana was too soft in the interview. Ana Kasparian has recently and once again been the subject of, or rather subjected to, controversy on the Left. Ben Burgis plays a portion of Ana’s interview with Madeleine Albright that […]
This piece includes a somewhat interesting Q&A with George Packer on rising sectarianism in the US. By Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic Donald Trump’s battle cry of insurrection—“If you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore”—didn’t strike me at first as a four-horsemen moment […]
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Rogan is neither Right completely nor Left. People like him because he is open-minded.
The surge was high from January, but since many Edd’s withheld so many cases, for so many months. It prevented the actual numbers at the beginning of the year. This was done intentionally to have the public believe we are doing great again, but in reality, information and […]
There is “no definitive evidence” that Fauci has ANY relationship whatsoever with the truth. That screenshot of a tweet from Bret Weinstein tells you exactly who you should reach out to interview next Saagar. His interviews with week with the Dr. who developed the vaccine technology being used […]
How does Hillary pull her punches when talking about war criminals and rapists but is so aggressive and angry over anyone that has ever inconvenienced her sociopathic power grabs ?
This behavior isn’t common for old dudes…it’s common for dementia patients. Biden probably apologized so that he can get to sniff the reporter’s hair.
The elites know sooner or later the peasants are going to get fed up and so are becoming increasingly authoritarian.
The United States also overthrew the Ecuadorian government just recently just to kick Julian Assange out of the Ecuadorian Embassy. AS soon as Julian was in jail we let them have their fair elections back. Of course, our news was mostly silent on this.
By Talia Lakritz Insider The world has made incredible progress in shattering the glass ceiling and empowering women. But there’s still a long way to go. This is by no means an exhaustive list of all of the double standards women still face, but here are 10 ways […]
In this video, we look at the similarities, and, more importantly, the differences between C.H. Douglas’ proposal of a National Dividend and a conventional Universal Basic Income (or UBI).
In this video, we examine the points of contact as well as the points of divergence between Douglas Social Credit and the Classical Distributism of G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc.
China’s President Xi Jinping is a force to be reckoned with. As leader of the Communist colossus, he commands the world’s attention, but who is China’s strongman and what is his agenda? Born into the privileged life of a princeling, banished to poverty in the countryside during a […]
By Jennifer Gould and Bruce Golding New York Post A Cantor Fitzgerald exec’s wife tearfully denied allegations that her family was exploiting pandemic-related protections to avoid eviction from a $5 million Hamptons mansion, according to a report Friday. “I’m not squatting, I’m just trying to keep my kids […]
Very Latin America-like in terms of the rising poverty levels. By Lexie Harrison-Cripps and Eric Pape, Main and Capital For generations, a carnival-like spectacle has helped draw millions of visitors to the soft sands of Venice Beach — a place second only to Disneyland among Southern California’s tourist sites, […]
My guess is that the UBI idea will increasingly gain traction in the future as a means of pacification in response to rising social unrest rooted in widening class divisions. A lot of tech overlords seem to be enthusiastic about this and they are the rising ruling class. […]
By Matt Taibbi Canceled on campus for speaking his mind, he’s now going through a sequel at the hands of Silicon Valley. On May 23, 2017, not so long ago in real time but seemingly an eternity given the extraordinary history we’ve lived through since, a group of […]
By Glenn Greenwald The FBI has been manufacturing and directing terror plots and criminal rings for decades. But now, reverence for security state agencies reigns. The axis of liberal media outlets and their allied activist groups — CNN, NBC News, The Washington Post, Media Matters — are in […]
By David Pan TELOS After watching the images of the January 6 Capitol riot, many Americans concluded that right-wing populism threatens the basic rules of our constitutional order. In this view, the U.S. Constitution establishes a universal order that is detached from any particular orientation and provides the neutral […]
By Matt Taibbi On December 8, 2020, when most of America was consumed with what The Guardian called Donald Trump’s “desperate, mendacious, frenzied and sometimes farcical” attempt to remain president, the Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on the “Medical Response to Covid-19.” One of […]
The FBI may be creating a STASI from the looks of it. We all should be weary of even more surveillance.
For historians of the ‘60s and ‘70s, one of the most pressing questions to ask is: What did the revolutionary movements of this period get right, and where did they go wrong? Of course, David and Margaret give us thought-provoking and insightful answers — on modern cynicism toward […]
By Holger Marcks “Taking a critical approach, Holger Marcks deconstructs the threat of ‘international anarchist terrorism’ as a justification narrative that was used to generally blame anarchist ideology for politically motivated assassinations, to criminalise political dissent and to shape the norms and practices of the respective transnational criminal […]
As the saying goes, “Let the doorknob hit you where Mother Nature split you.” Former Detroit police chief James Craig is ‘not surprised’ that police are resigning en masse in Portland. He also says the crime surge in Chicago is due to a failed criminal justice system.
This is one of the best discussions of criminal justice in the USA I’ve seen in a while. By Wendy Sawyer and Peter Wagner Prison Policy Initiative Can it really be true that most people in jail are being held before trial? And how much of mass incarceration […]
There is a bipartisan push in Congress to find out once and for all: Are we alone? It isn’t a philosophical query, but a demand to disclose any information the U.S. government has been gathering on unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP), also popularly known as UFOs. Last December, as […]
A highly anticipated Pentagon report on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) – also known as UFOs – has raised lots of interest from astronomers, journalists, and even former president Barack Obama. The Canadian military has documents of reported UFO sightings going back decades. What explains this? Is it proof […]
Team Rising discusses UFOs and one reporter ‘s push to get the government to take them seriously.
Colin Rogero and Emily Jashinsky discuss the trove of Republican senate candidates vying for an endorsement from Donald Trump.
Team Rising discusses how, “working-class voters upended elite assumptions,” and voted for Joe Biden.
Senior editor and reporter for The Daily Poster, Andrew Perez, details how state officials in Colorado, New York, and Ohio are holding scholarship lotteries for college student who get their COVID-19 vaccine.
Colin Rogero and Emily Jashinsky react to legislation introduced by Sen. Joni Ernst that would cut off tax payer funding to organizations that, “disregard federal law.”