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Keith Preston

Anarchism in the 21st Century: Towards a New Paradigm

The Attack the System radio program returns with host Keith Preston.

In this installment Keith discusses:

-The need for anarchists to reach out to new sources of potential supporters beyond the radical left and the anarchist youth subculture.

-How the ARV/ATS philosophy of anarcho-pluralism continues the traditions of anarchism without adjectives and synthesist anarchism established by classical anarchist luminaries such as Voltairine De Cleyre, the Magon brothers, and Voline.

Bill Ayers Gets It Right

The Blaze Bill Ayers spoke at the University of Oregon last week on the subject of teaching and organizing for “social justice.”  His speech was not free of the radical sentiments he is well-known for espousing (especially in the company of America’s youth). Case in point: he spoke […]

Hawking: Mankind has 1,000 years to escape Earth

Russia Today Renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking warns human beings won’t survive “without escaping” from the “fragile” planet. His gloomy forecast is people will become extinct on Earth within current the millennium. Speaking at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles the 71-year-old scientist called for further exploration […]

The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher

By Dr. Sean Gabb Much will be said over the next few weeks about the “achievements” of Margaret Thatcher. These will probably divide between Daily Mailish eulogies and Guardianesque whines. My own view is that she was a bad thing for England. She started the transformation of this […]

The Thatcher Paradox

By Justin Raimondo The queen of the Anglosphere is dead. In death, as in life, there is no middle ground where Maggie Thatcher is concerned: leftists dance in the streets, celebrating her demise, while conservatives mourn the passing of the “Iron Lady.” The irony is that she was […]

The Growing Militarization of U.S. Police

By James Simpson As politicians exploit the Newtown tragedy to promote new laws to restrict  firearms and implement universal background checks that could lead to gun  registration and confiscation, another parallel trend– namely, the increasing  militarization of law enforcement, most visibly demonstrated by the growing use  of massive, […]