Krystal and Saagar discuss the politics of the Facebook documents, fed involvement in Jan 6th, Obama’s campaigning for Democrats, Fauci funding dog torture, The View’s covid mishap, covid crimes by big pharma, Biden’s folly on Taiwan, the state of the US economy, and more! Timestamps: Facebook: 0:00 – […]
By Andrew Griffin Independent A Nasa telescope might have found the first ever planet outside of our own Milky Way galaxy. If confirmed, the world would be thousands of times further away than the many exoplanets we have found in our own galaxy so far. Scientists were able […]
On today’s What America’s Thinking, Ryan Grim and Robby Soave discuss President Biden’s appearance at a CNN townhall, as well as the president’s latest poll numbers.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald explains the NIH’s history of funding harmful experiments on dogs.
Dr. Trita Parsi of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft details his new reporting on ongoing negotiations between Iran and the U.S. on the JCPOA.
Krystal and Saagar look at the tragic shooting death that took place on the set of a movie starring Alec Baldwin and the negligence that took place
Team Rising discusses the future of the filibuster.
Krystal and Saagar react to the new statement by CNN defending their smears of Joe Rogan after the podcast host called them out on his show about lying to their viewers
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave break down Rolling Stone’s new reporting that members of Congress and senior White House staff participated in the planning of the January 6 ‘Stop the Steal’ rally.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by elections expert Kyle Kondik to talk about the strategies being used by both campaigns in the Virginia gubernatorial race and what to expect on election night
Kim Iversen makes the case that Dr. Fauci should resign or be fired over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Krystal and Saagar cover the new anti corruption rules implemented by the Federal Reserve in the wake of stock trading scandals, and why Congress needs a similar set of guidelines
Ryan Grim breaks down Joe Manchin’s ‘entitlement mentality.’
Krystal explains how supply chain shortages are screwing port truckers who are being forced to work without pay for hours on end and having their lives completely upended
Robby Soave previews the newly confirmed assistant secretary for the Department of Education’s office for civil rights, Catherine Lhamon
Saagar covers the admission by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that Dr. Anthony Fauci lied to Congress about gain of function research being conduced in the Wuhan lab with taxpayer dollars
Fauci Claims Wuhan Lab Leak Theory IMPOSSIBLE After NIH CAUGHT Lying About Gain Of Function Research
The show leans into the day’s political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders who can predict what is going to happen. It also sets the day’s political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country’s […]
Krystal and Saagar look at how inflation and other economic problems taking place are causing Biden’s poll numbers to worsen particularly among crucial independent voters
Author Matt Stoller details the potential prosecution of Jeff Bezos for allegedly perjuring himself while giving congressional testimony.
Krystal and Saagar discuss the reports from this weekend that Senators Bernie Sanders and Joe Manchin had tense meetings about the size and provisions in the budget reconciliation bill
Host of Bad Faith Podcast, Briahna Joy Gray, gives her predictions for Democrats’ chances at remaining in control of Congress after the 2022 midterm elections.
Krystal and Saagar talk about instances of cancel culture happening on the right and left within the education system and the problem with censorship in America today
Co-host of Useful Idiots podcast and host of The Katie Halper Show, Katie Halper, details what CNN gets wrong in their coverage of President Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ agenda.
Krystal and Saagar respond to a segment on CNN where the anchor called out Bernie Sanders for his criticism of how mainstream media is covering the congressional battle over the reconciliation bill
–Michele Fiore, Las Vegas City Councilwoman, announces her campaign for Governor of Nevada, and is essentially Marjorie Taylor Greene 2.0
Krystal and Saagar discuss Biden’s polling collapse with independents, Democratic battles in the reconciliation bill negotiations, the tragic death on Alec Baldwin’s film set, new anti-corruption rules at the Federal Reserve, CNN escalating its feud with Joe Rogan, Dr. Fauci’s growing list of lab leak lies, how port […]
No, it just couldn’t be. It’s good “60 Minutes” is airing this. Hopefully, this will help to turn US public opinion against Saudi Arabia. And discrediting Saudi Arabia is a key aspect of fighting the Anglo-Zionist-Wahhabi axis. Saad Aljabri was number two in Saudi intelligence until, he says, […]
Most libertarians defend their politics with a simple starting point: self-ownership and the non-aggression principle. Christians have often raised issues with the concept of self-ownership, since as the Creator of the universe, isn’t God really the owner of everything? Todd Lewis, a recent guest on the podcast, joins […]
This is an interesting essay on the capitalism vs. socialism dichotomy. I like the idea of an experiment pitting socialist and capitalist intentional cities against each other. Similar experiments pitting social conservatism/traditionalism vs. social liberalism/counterculturalism against each other would also be interesting. As most people familiar with my […]
This will probably end up getting vandalized. By Julian Glover OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) — The revolutionary founder of the Black Panther Party Huey P. Newton will be honored with a bronze bust to be unveiled Sunday to commemorate the party’s 55th anniversary. The statue, to be installed at […]
By Andrew Sullivan A tough but civil conversation. Briahna, a lawyer and political consultant who served as press secretary for Bernie Sanders, co-hosts the superb podcast Bad Faith. I start our enjoyable convo with a simple question: how can we best facilitate the flourishing of black America? I’m […]
By Andrew Sullivan How has the new trans left come to resemble the old religious right? It was, as it turned out, a bit of a non-event. The walkout by transgender Netflix employees and their supporters to demand that the company take down and apologize for the latest […]
In this miniclip Andy Norman and I discuss about fixing Tribalism.
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley It’s that time of year again, dearest motherfuckers. My favorite time of year. A time for mischief and chaos. A time for goblins, ghosts and ghouls. A time for swirling leaves, raucous bonfires and flickering jack-o-lanterns. A time […]
The living legend, former MIT linguistics professor and political commentator Noam Chomsky returns for this monumental 250th episode! In this interview, we discuss vaccination mandates, student loan debt, progressive media like The Young Turks (TYT), and the utility of voting for Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Chomsky also shares […]
By Andrew Sullivan Two of the planet’s best reporters uncover more details about the Trump administration. In the year or so that I’ve been podcasting, this may be the most significant conversation I’ve recorded. It’s a civil, careful examination of the core political question we face today: how […]
Inclusion-exclusion dynamics related to medical professional within Spanish anarcho-syndicalism in the first third of the 20 th century
By Jorge Molero-Mesa and Isabel Jiménez Lucena The aim of this paper is to analyze the dynamics within Spanish anarcho-syndicalism between manual workers and medical professionals who shared the anarchist ideology. The incorporation of technicians into the labour movement was a common feature in the Western world; however, […]
By Peter R. Quinones I unironically agree that having one person in charge rather than the leviathan that exists now would be preferable. At least you’d know who to blame when everything goes to shit. Whose fault is the shitshow we’re in now? Biden, Trump, Pelosi, or someone […]
The general point the meme makes is valid enough but it’s over-simplistic. Classical bourgeois capitalism that developed during the industrial revolution more or less collapsed during the Great Depression, and for the reasons Marx said it would, i.e. the growing concentration of wealth would result in underconsumption to […]
This is an interesting article that, I think, illustrates both the strengths and limitations of modern “conservative” critiques of the new ruling class. Angelo Codevilla’s theory was half-right. “Some scholars such as Charles Murray and political commentators such as Ben Shapiro and Tucker Carlson have come to use […]
By Charlotte Cuthbertson Epoch Times Border Patrol agents apprehended a total of 1,666,167 illegal immigrants along the southwest border in fiscal 2021—breaking all records since 1925 after the agency was formed (when 22,199 illegal aliens were arrested). An additional 294,352 were stopped after trying to enter at a […]
By Matt Taibbi The press tries and fails to hype a crisis into existence over Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special. First, there were the numbers. Over the course of the last week, news commentators predicted a huge demonstration of Netflix employees in protest of comedian Dave Chappelle’s The […]
By Andrew Sullivan We also discuss the many qualities that make wokeness a new religion. For anyone who follows online debates over race in America, John needs little introduction. The Columbia linguist just wrote a bracing tract, Woke Racism, against the new elite religion. He, like me, despises […]
By Megan Leonhardt Fortune On Yom Kippur, Karen Jimenez spent an hour arguing, as politely as possible, with a little old lady. Not because she wanted to, but because it was now part of her job as director of events at the New York City-based Prince George Ballroom. […]
He cedes any right to lecture others on firearm safety: https://archive.ph/9BLFb
It seems there has been a revival of organized labor activity in recent times, which is not surprising given the level of class polarization that currently exists, although in the past I have been skeptical of the potential effectiveness of organized labor when the workforce is so transient […]
I didn’t know The Onion took over the Washington Post.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) discussed introducing articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden Friday during a House Judiciary Committee hearing.
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave discuss the planned resumption of student loan payments in January 2022.
Almost 1900 Workers QUIT Or Fired For Mandates In Washington State, Voters Say Measure HELPS Country
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll reveals a majority of voters believe vaccine mandates help both the economy and the pandemic. Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss.