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Keith Preston

Keep On Rockin’

From the Book RADICAL PEACE: People Refusing War By William T. Hathaway   RADICAL PEACE is a collection of reports from peace activists in the USA, Europe, Iraq, and Afghanistan. An American exchange student in one of my courses here in Germany contributed the following essay about how […]

The American Republic Is Dead

By Justin Raimondo The release of Glenn Greenwald’s new book, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State, has been the occasion for a media storm: Greenwald is all over the place, from Colbert to “Democracy Now,” and there is much new material […]

Greenwald Against the Establishment

By Justin Raimondo Glenn Greenwald’s new book, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State, is many things: an account of his relationship with Snowden, an indictment of political leaders who have used the pretext of “terrorism” to mask their unlimited power-lust, a […]

US Set to Become the Newest Third World Country

By Kerry Anne Iacknowledge.Net The United States, the home of Capitalism, is about to demonstrate its ultimate failure, as the cannibalistic economic system consumes the nation’s economy from within. The US economy is rigged toward the 1% of wealthiest citizens and corporations, this radically skews outcomes to the […]

When Did The Left Renounce Liberty?

By Daryl McCann Remember the Sixties, when self-styled revolutionaries went to barricades and courtrooms in their crusade for absolutely unfettered free speech? Somewhere between then and now, the long march through the institutions all but complete, freedom lost its appeal. The outrage vented this past week by progressives […]

Why Libertarianism is a Joke

The Dangerous Times Libyan Rebels celebrate village victory firing off AK47 shots as they ride out in convoy, 30 km from Bani Walid, on September 3, 2011. (CARL DE SOUZA/AFP/Getty Images)1 It’s not just that I think morality is non-cognitive and largely bad in most people, it’s that […]

ATS Makes the Subversive All-Star Team

Read for yourself. In addition to NATA-NY, another “bridging” group between White Nationalists and libertarians is Attack the System (ATS). It is the brainchild of Keith Preston, who decades ago was involved in left-wing anarchist groups. Now he advocates “pan-secessionism,” which hopes to create a Left-Right alliance of […]

Could America Become Mississippi?

By Jamelle Bouie Salon.Com   The racial polarization of the recent elections—where the large majority of whites voted for Republicans, and majority of minorities voted for Democrats—could continue for decades. Does a dramatic change in your social environment make you more conservative, and if so, what kind of […]

The Next America

By Paul Taylor Pew Research Center Demographic transformations are dramas in slow motion. America is in the midst of two right now. Our population is becoming majority non-white at the same time a record share is going gray. Each of these shifts would by itself be the defining […]

Putin’s Libertarians

Yet another libertarian perspective on the Russia/Ukraine/Crimea situation. By Roman Skaskiw The Daily Anarchist Last August, I met former Belarusian Presidential candidate Yaroslav Romanchuk at a libertarian conference near Lviv, Ukraine. He was somewhat of a Ron Paul figure, a businessman-turned-politician advocating radical free market reforms in Belarus. […]

A Panarchist Perspective on Privilege

By MK Lords Subtitled: Privilege Checking is Racist, Sexist, Bigoted, and Useless Privilege exists in this country. There are people who wear fancy suits, nice boots, and black dresses who are given immunity for heinous crimes no one else would get away with. They pass laws restricting commerce […]

Libertarianism: No Threat to the Ruling Class

In what way does the actually existing libertarian movement, anarchist or otherwise, threaten the existing political order? If anything, the libertarian movement is a microcosm of the wider society. There are the “right-libertarians” who extol the virtues of capitalism, Christianity, and the American way (kind of like, you […]

Pope Francis Needs Distributism

By Arthur W. Hunt III The American Conservative giulio napolitano / Late last year, when Pope Francis issued his first apostolic exhortation, “Evangelii Gaudium,” much more was made of his utterances on economics and what he branded a globalization of indifference than his vision of evangelism for […]

Whose side are you on?

“It’s always funny when people jump the gun and assume I’m some sort of conspiracy theorist or something like this. I’m interested in that stuff because we have 20 million people in the US who believe the ruling class is trying to kill us. That’s kind of interesting. […]

Nestor Makhno: Ukraine’s Anarchist Cossack and the Battle for the Ukraine, 1917-1921

The Warfare Historian Nestor Makhno: Ukraine’s Anarchist Cossack and the Battle for the Ukraine, 1917-1921 Of the many violent and often grandiose and dramatic revolutionist/reactionary heroes and/or tyrants of the Russian Civil War 1917-1921, perhaps none is as controversial or infamous as the Ukrainian anarchist-peasant turned revolutionary guerrilla […]

Bring Back our Balls!

By Gavin McInnes Taki’s Magazine In 1974, a daredevil walked across a tightrope that connected the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers. It was called “the artistic crime of the century.” The DA considered trespassing charges but dropped them in the face of the city’s enthusiasm for their new […]

Paradox Polemics

A new blog established by some friends of ATS. Check it out. The Week in Bullshit March 27, 2014: Nickelodeon, Normandy and Empirical Evidence Edition By The Digger Nickelodeon Taken Seriously Nick Cannon is a former Nickelodeon star. As far as I can decipher, this is his claim […]