So every participant in the “Battle of the Capitol” on both sides who died did so from heart attacks, strokes, suicide, overdose, or getting shot while being unarmed and trying to crawl through a window. Civil War Two is really getting off to a good start. It’s like […]
By Jack Phillips, Epoch Times National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases chief Dr. Anthony Fauci on Aug. 1 signaled that the White House doesn’t want to reimplement COVID-19 lockdowns amid a surge in cases of the Delta variant, amid conflicting messaging from top administration officials in recent […]
Author, Ben Burgis, discusses his new book, “Canceling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique Of The Contemporary Left.”
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Amber Athey share their thoughts on whether vaccinations will impact the results of the midterm elections.
Journalist, Zaid Jilani, reacts to the expiration of the eviction moratorium.
Real Clear Politics reporter, Philip Wegmann, discusses Mayor Muriel Bowser reportedly ignoring her own mask mandate.
Ryan Grim details how lawmakers came to a tentative agreement on an infrastructure package.
Ryan Grim and Kim Iversen weigh in on the recent spike in Coronavirus cases worldwide.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Amber Athey react to reports that AOC hired an ex-Blackwater contractor.
Author, Kim Kelly, gives an update on the striking mineworkers in Alabama.
Kim Iversen explains some of the issues Vice President Kamala Harris may have to contend with in 2024.
Krystal and Saagar dive into the latest Lincoln Project financial disclosures showing that the MSNBC sponsored grift continues
Krystal and Saagar are joined by congressmen Ken Buck (R-CO) and David Cicilline (D-RI) to break down their bipartisan legislation to combat big tech
Nina Turner’s Berniesis/social democratic/welfarist politics aren’t really my cup of tea. But the neocons and neoliberals are united in their hatred of her so she must be doing something right. Krystal gives a recap of everything being done to defeat Nina Turner and derail her congressional campaign
Krystal and Saagar debunk the covid misinformation spread by a desperate mainstream media.
Krystal and Saagar look at DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s humiliating violation of her own mask order within hours of it taking effect.
Krystal and Saagar cover the expiration of the eviction moratorium and Nancy Pelosi’s weak effort to reinstate it.
Saagar goes after Don Lemon for his stunning beliefs about those who have not been vaccinated.
Krystal and Saagar break down the news on the eviction moratorium expiring, media recklessness with covid, DC Mayor’s hypocrisy, Lincoln Project grifting, vaccine scapegoating, Nina Turner’s congressional race, bipartisan action against big tech with two Congressmen, and more!
I would disagree with Yarvin that the “left” always wins. The left is certainly winning the culture wars but is so far losing big time on economics, foreign policy, the carceral state, and the expansion of the police state. The left is losing on the environment. This is […]
Andrew is the host of the Popular Liberty channel on YouTube and the mind behind the concept of Archotropism. Andrew returns to the show to go over the first three of his six laws of Archotropism but this time he applies them to our existing paradigm and finishes […]
By Clint Siegner, Money Metals Exchange MoneyMetals.Com Jerome Powell, after last week’s FOMC meeting, said inflation has run hotter than expected. However, he wants to assure Americans that the destruction of their dollars’ purchasing power is temporary. His diagnosis? Ballooning demand for goods and services when the U.S. […]
Obviously, work can’t merely be “abolished.” No matter how much automation, driverless trucks, robots, etc we use to eliminate “work,” somebody still has to design, build, and maintain the technology behind all that. And in the present system, the more automation we have, the more unemployment we’re going […]
The Young Turks have revealed themselves to be total con artists who are functioning as Katzenberg mouthpieces. Last month, TYT-investor Jeffrey Katzenberg successfully lobbied the Los Angeles City Council to pass an anti-camping ordinance targeting LA’s homeless community. Less than 3 weeks prior to the ordinance being passed, […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley When I was twenty years old, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara stood taller than Jesus on the cross. Wild eyed, twin fisted, bearded banditos taking on the greatest empire the world has ever known with nothing but a […]
Todd Lewis is joined by Keith Preston, Terminal Philosophy and Swithun Dobson to discuss the factors giving rise to Progressive Ideas.
I laughed out loud when I heard “Biden was appointed aaaa I mean elected to President.”
Interview by Shane McLorrain at the Tocqueville 21 Podcast
Make sure you read the contract carefully when dealing with cooperate media. Jusssss saying
The consent of the governed from which the government derives its just powers is voluntary. Is that voluntary phase over too?
Krystal and Saagar give their thoughts on the luxury lifestyle of Pete Buttigieg and his husband.
By Isabel Vincent New York Post Shaun King has built his image on being a champion of the poor and disenfranchised, but the controversial civil rights activist lives like a one-percenter in a sprawling lakefront home, records show. King, 41, moved earlier this year from a luxury two-bedroom […]
This week, Briahna Joy Gray debates one of America’s foremost Black conservative public intellectuals, Brown University Economics Professor Glenn Loury. Is there overlap between conservative critics of liberal race politics lefty critics of liberal “woke” culture? Or does the conservative focus on fixing “Black culture” serve the same […]
Geopolitical expert, Peter Zeihan, author of Disunited Nations: The Scramble for Power in an Ungoverned World, joins hosts Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk for lively and very “counterintuitive arguments about the future of a world where trade agreements are coming apart and international institutions are losing their power.” […]
By Mark Jurkowitz, Amy Mitchell, Elisa Shearer and Mason Walker Pew Research As the U.S. enters a heated 2020 presidential election year, a new Pew Research Center report finds that Republicans and Democrats place their trust in two nearly inverse news media environments. Overall, Republicans and Republican-leaning […]
By David Uberti, The Guardian Cities have long been the backbone of the Democratic party, and rural regions the heartland of Republicanism – yet Donald Trump’s election has exposed these divides like never before. Will US metropolises increasingly turn into city-states? Sitting in a downtown Cleveland coffee shop […]
By Alan Greenblatt Governing Political polarization has become so familiar and entrenched that we barely think how it came about. The backstory is more than a half-century long, involving race, media and a diverging economy. The outcome in Tuesday’s Senate runoffs in Georgia may end up being close, […]
By Frank Jacobs, Big Think America’s two political tribes have consolidated into ‘red’ and ‘blue’ nations, with seemingly irreconcilable differences. Perhaps the best way to stop the infighting is to go for a divorce and give the two nations a country each Based on the UN’s partition plan […]
By Amos Perkins, The Wichitan It doesn’t take more than a quick peek at the news to realize that the United States of America is not thriving. The nation is the most polarized it has been since the Civil War and respect for the country is declining worldwide. […]
By Noah Millman, New York Times This essay is part of a series exploring bold ideas to revitalize and renew the American experiment. Read more about this project in a note from Ezekiel Kweku, Opinion’s politics editor. From its beginning, the United States was built to expand. Article […]
When a major daily newspaper like the Philadelphia Inquirer publishes an opinion piece like this, it shows these kinds of ideas really are starting to enter the mainstream. By Chuck Bonfig, For The Inquirer George Washington once wrote, “The establishment of our new Government seemed to be the […]
By David Lauter, Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON — This is the May 7, 2021, edition of the Essential Politics newsletter. Like what you’re reading? Sign up to get it in your inbox three times a week. Anyone who has watched U.S. politics in recent years knows that a widening […]
This article was written in April, 2020, just as the pandemic was taking over, and before the George Floyd riots, Biden election, or January 6. Americans are even more divided now. By Kyle Chan, Medium Author’s note: I was surprised by the amount of attention this Medium post […]
On today’s episode of Krystal Kyle & Friends, we’re thrilled to bring you a conversation between Krystal and Senator Bernie Sanders. Countless people were drawn into leftist politics and movements through Bernie’s 2016 campaign, which rejected Trump’s empty appeals to the working class and introduced a movement based […]
By Andrew Sullivan The writer who coined that term – a sort of unifying theory of wokeness – talks with me about the Great Awokening, and how to counter it. Wesley is a columnist for Tablet magazine, the author of The Souls of Yellow Folk, and a newly minted substacker. […]
By Ruby Mellen and William Neff, Washington Post When it comes to heat, the human body is remarkably resilient — it’s the humidity that makes it harder to cool down. And humidity, driven in part by climate change, is increasing. A measurement of the combination of heat and humidity […]
Given that the 75-year Pax Americana seems to be slowly cracking and receding, it is necessary to consider which empires anti-imperialists will likely be facing in the future. I tend to agree with this post from social media: The likely candidates for regional smaller empires will be: 1) […]
Peter Zeihan is probably the best Sinoskeptic and Russoskeptic that I know of. Financial Sense Peter Zeihan, one of the world’s foremost experts on geopolitical risk and author of The Accidental Superpower and The Absent Superpower, discusses the Five Eyes Alliance of global surveillance, China’s attempt to gain […]
Team Rising reacts to Andrew Yang’s announcement of his new book, “Forward.”
Kim Iversen and Robby Soave discuss the FAA changing their requirements to receive astronaut wings on the same day Jeff Bezos took his flight into space.