By Caitlin Johnstone America has the single worst government in the world. Shut the fuck up about Cuba. Hands off Cuba and regime change America. “Stop saying the US is the worst government on earth! Others are way worse!” Name one. Name one that’s currently doing anything that […]
He came back? How unfortunate for us.
If one hasn’t figured out that voting doesn’t matter by now, they are completely out of the game.
Back during the Ron Paul era, there was a growth of interest in libertarianism/anarcho-capitalism, although many of the newer libertarians eventually veered off into the alt-right (and some going the other way toward SJWism). The Bernie Sanders thing seems to have inspired a renewed interest in socialism, including […]
One guy who hates ATS attacks another guy who hates ATS. Banned Hipster Some silly anarchist site posted my article about the NSA, and I followed some links to this … let’s call him a “commie” although he probably calls himself a “Progressive” … named Matthew N. Lyons […]
By Matthew Petti and Trita Parsi, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft Middle East instability is not due to a sole ‘malign actor’… • Instability in the Middle East has often been blamed on a single expansionist U.S. opponent, whether that be Libya, Iraq, or Iran. However, a qualitative […]
By Peter Van Buren, The American Conservative Here’s a tale of two cops and two murders: Derek Chauvin and George Floyd, and John Doe and Ashli Babbitt. Two cops, two unarmed citizens killed. One you care about, one you don’t. Even murder is politicized these days. No one […]
By Caitlin Johnstone California Representative Ro Khanna announced on Monday that he’d just hung out with Iraq war architect Bill Kristol and had a wonderful exchange of ideas, fully discrediting the myth of the progressive Democrat with a single tweet. “Bill Kristol is one of the most thoughtful voices […]
This is exactly how things are done in Third World, and California is further along the way than the rest of the USA. Gubernatorial candidate says he is suing California’s secretary of state over recall ballot on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to Sen. Lindsey Graham’s threat to leave Washington before Dems can pass their infrastructure bill.
Ryan Grim explains how cyber warfare threatens the stability of government.
Emily Jashinsky breaks down the importance of Julie Brown’s reporting on Jeffrey Epstein and what it says about the need for local journalism
Ryan Grim, Emily Jashinsky and Ryan Devereaux discuss Ariel Henry stepping in as prime minister of Haiti.
Team Rising reacts live to Jeff Bezos’ launch into space.
John Davidson, political editor at The Federalist, explains how the expiration of pandemic travel restrictions into the U.S. will lead to an influx of immigrants at the southern border.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky debate the legality of a New Jersey judge’s decision to have anti-Biden signs taken down.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to a report from American Association for Public Opinion Research that polling for the 2020 election was the least accurate in modern history.
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 74 percent of voters support their area reissuing mask mandates if there is a spike in COVID-19 cases while 26 percent oppose. Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss. This survey was conducted online within the United States from […]
By Robert Stark Across the globe there are multiple crises of political and ethnic sectarian conflict and strife. These, along with the Coronavirus pandemic and its economic aftermath, are leading to overall global instability. With one of the worst global refugee crises in history, Biden has promised to […]
Krystal and Saagar look at polling data that shows negative opinions towards Kamala Harris and the Democratic party causing 2022 election fears.
Krystal and Saagar explore the reasons why the stock market crashed in response to the Delta variant and the possibility of lockdowns returning
Krystal and Saagar bring updates about the US connection to the new government in Haiti
Krystal dives into the child tax credits and the battle between cash payments and the culture war
Saagar takes a deeper look at the new CNN streaming service and explains why it will fail
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Michael Brendan Dougherty to go over the right approach to take towards those hesitant about the vaccine.
Krystal and Saagar break down the first sentencing given to a Capitol Hill rioter for the events on 1/6
Krystal and Saagar analyze Joe Biden’s newest statements regarding vaccine skepticism on Facebook
Krystal and Saagar examine the stock market’s response to the Delta variant, Facebook’s battle with Biden, charges leveled on Capitol Hill rioters, changes to the Haitian government, Dem worries about 2022, Child Tax Credit memes, CNN’s new streaming service, how to convince vaccine skeptics, and more!
David Schultz, Counterpunch Philosopher Georg Hegel declared the only lesson of history is that we do not learn from history. As the US prepares for the final pullout from Afghanistan and what will soon follow as the fall of the country to the Taliban an entire generation of […]
By Wilfred Reilly Quillette The line between moral and empirical claims is a tricky one for debaters. In his thoughtful Quillette essay, “The Limitations of Black Conservative Thought,” Aaron Hanna—like me, a professor of Political Science—critiques some of the more sweeping theoretical claims of America’s intellectual tradition of […]
Rep. Brad Schneider’s Staff’s Racist Treatment of Black Employee Should Remind Us of Lynching, Tuskegee, Ethnic Cleansing
By Joe Kopsick, Aquarian Agrarian Three days ago – on July 15th, 2021 – a story about racially disparaging remarks, made by an employee of Democratic Illinois Congressman Brad Schneider named Karyn Davidman, made international headlines, as the DailyMail published an article titled “Black staffer for Democrat Rep. […]
Winter Oak “The people have woken up – at last!” declared local Gilet Jaune rebel Michelle as she watched the vast crowds assembling on the main square of Montpellier in southern France. She has been involved with the Yellow Vest movement since the very start of the popular […]
ByAnnie Todd Sioux Falls Argus Leader A group of Rosebud Sioux children walk down a grassy hill, long hair blowing in the wind, toward the waters of Whetstone Bay, glistening blue, where a steamboat that will take them to a new kind of boarding school in Pennsylvania waits. […]
Based on my experience with “far-right” circles, I would say this article is fairly representative of what people from those milieus worry will be the future of the United States. However, I would argue that totalitarian humanism (the American empire with a multicultural/rainbow aura) is the most immediate […]
Being a shapeshifter worked exceedingly well for Obama. The Squad is just following his model!
By Leo Schwartz, Experts say that seized devices have become a trove of information for authorities cracking down on social movements and opposition leaders. In late April, a wave of protests swept across Colombia, sparked by a proposed tax reform measure that many people worried would have disproportionately […]
Some far-left analysis of the gender politics of the far-right. This description of the major players on the US far right at the present time seem accurate enough: In the spirit of Marasco’s strategy of bringing together multiple perspectives, I have three suggestions for ways to move the […]
Some “far right” class analysis. Banned Hipster Tucker Carlson is a major figure in the mass media. Partly it is because he is the only one that is not comically partisan Democrat. The old idiots of the Bush era, like Sean Hannity, have no audience outside of Boomer […]
I don’t really agree with Beau here on whether the Trump came close to carrying out a coup on January 6. The incident at the Capitol was a riot carried out by a group of inept yahoos, not a serious attempt to seize the reins of governmental power […]
He’s the type of person that makes this whole planet not safe to live on.
By Eyal Shahar Counting the dead used to be the work of epidemiologists, statisticians and demographers. So was analyzing the numbers and drawing conclusions. In the past year many are counting deaths, but the numbers have no meaning without the context of a relevant time period, population and […]
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss the latest COVID numbers across the world and debate the role lockdowns played in the increase of drug overdose deaths in 2020.
Ryan Grim discusses the discrepancy between Fox News anchors’ coverage of the COVID vaccines and their personal opinions on them.
Emily Jashinsky breaks down why President Biden’s plans to tweak the tax code will contribute to a vicious cycle of tax loopholes.
Team Rising discusses the White House’s ongoing battle with Big Tech and misinformation.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to reports that the federal investigation into Hunter Biden was paused prior to the 2020 presidential election.
Journalist, Zaid Jilani, explains the differing opinions on President Biden’s handling of public safety along party lines.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to reports that Israeli spyware was used to hack cellphones of journalists and activists around the world.
‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host reacts to author Michael Wolff slamming the CNN host.