Almost as soon as the party of the tech-oligarchs and new clerisy won the election and took power they began purging the sectors of the left they don’t want or who are no longer useful: Marxists, anarchists, Trotskyists, Antifa, etc.
The false narrative of white supremacists doing mass public shootings: Racial, Gender, Religious and Political views of these killers from 1998 through January 2021
The state, ruling class, and media are trying to spin the narrative that there is a white supremacist insurgency in order to turn the “war on terrorism” inward. Crime Prevention Research Center Entertainment television continually provides a false impression of those who commit mass public shootings and how […]
Alexis Grenall, political consultant and columnist at The Nation, joins Emma Vigeland to discuss her view that Joe Biden should be out last president and that the United States should move to a parliamentary system. Read the full article by Alexis Grenall at https://www.thenation.com/article/pol…
00:00 Tracing wokeism’s origins to mid-century postmodernism 14:14 Determining the right historical narrative on race 34:38 Do progressives have a problem confronting their own racism? 48:10 What can and can’t be said about the 2020 election 1:02:55 Can the insurrectionists be defended? 1:13:13 Biden vs. Trump on critical […]
Ben Burgis is joined by podcast host and writer Jason Myles along with producer Forrest Miller in the segment, as they screen a small portion of a film from the Chicago Film Archives showing discussion between members of the Young Patriots group in the mid 1960s along with […]
Program Director of Labor Studies at SUNY Empire State College, writer, and author Shaun Richman; Nathan J. Robinson, editor in chief of “Current Affairs”; and producer Forrest Miller join Ben Burgis to begin with a discussion of Nathan’s recent WILDLY UNJUST labor experience (see here: https://youtu.be/J1glhcneBbg) followed by […]
At least they’re not Kristolites. –Unfortunately, the radical extremist wing of the Republican Party in 2021 may be too big too fail, with a high portion of current Republicans believing absolutely ridiculous conspiracy theories
The New York Times is pissed about the alternative media in the same way the Catholic Church of the Middle Ages was pissed about the printing press.
By Jacob Sullum, Reason Civil asset forfeiture, which allows police to seize property they allege is connected to crime without arresting (let alone convicting) the owner, has provoked intense criticism in the United States, especially during the last decade. The critics argue that the practice demolishes due process […]
Vertus Wellborn Hardiman was the victim of an unethical secret U.S government radiation experiment in 1928. Hardiman was born on March 9, 1922 in Lyles Station, Ind., known as one of the earliest Negro settlements in the United States. When Hardiman was five years old, he was one […]
I wish Trump luck with this. A Trumpist third party would neutralize the Republicans. Fragmenting the right-wing into two parties where neither can get the upper hand but where both collectively can constrain the Democrats sounds about right. By Gabby Orr and Meridith McGraw, Politico There’s no longer […]
For our eighth episode, we spoke with Glenn Greenwald to discuss his political work and his philosophical roots. Co-founder of The Intercept and current author of the Glenn Greenwald Substack, Glenn is someone whose opinions we want to know when it comes to important topics, as Kyle points out in the episode. […]
A pretty good pro and con discussion on Marcuse.
By Brendan O’Neil, Spiked Online I’m glad sections of the left find the free-speech crisis so funny. Or ‘free-speech crisis’, as they always put it, those sarky quote marks signaling their skepticism towards the idea that there’s a censorship problem on campus and elsewhere in society. ‘Freeze peach!’, […]
By Ally Marie McLean The problems a nation that would otherwise be independent suffers under the globalist system which is currently consolidating its power, a state which would otherwise be independent suffers under the yoke of the Union. That is to say, the Union is on the national […]
I actually think someone like Dave Rubin and the #WalkAway types represent the future of mainstream conservatism (socially liberal and economically conservative but tolerant of the alt-lite as long as they’re pro-Israel). The big question is what are they going to do with Trump’s nursing home/trailer park/insane asylum […]
Libya and Syria were the Obama administration’s version of Afghanistan and Iraq. Obama, Hillary, and Samantha Power were Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld of the Democrats. The “lesser evilism” of Noam Chomsky, Kevin Carson, most progressives, most left-anarchists, etc. is bullshit. France 24 Libyans on Wednesday marked the 10th […]
By Matt Taibbi Rush Limbaugh, who died of lung cancer yesterday, was once a top-40 DJ who broadcast under the name “Jeff Christie” at KQV in Pittsburgh: Listen to “Jeff’s” rollicking intro for “Don’t You Worry ’bout a Thing” by Stevie Wonder. The man who would become infamous […]
The short answer: “Hell, no!” So far the responses to Limbaugh’s death have been more or less along the lines of the following: Foxtard “conservatives”: “If only Rush has lived 2000 years earlier, he could have been one of Christ’s apostles.” Mainstream neoliberals: “He was talented and did […]
Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Coleman. My guest today needs no introduction, but I’ll give him one anyway. Noam Chomsky is a linguist, philosopher, social critic, and activist. Noam is considered the father of modern linguistics, and has written more than 100 books. His most recent […]
Michael Sanchez and Coleman Hughes talk about the difference between policing in America and international policing. I was very excited to talk to someone who had both academic knowledge of policing and practical experience with it.
By Ainsley Brown, The Gleaner Economic independence is a stated policy objective of the Government of Jamaica, as it should be. Which well-thinking Jamaican doesn’t want the personal and national freedom and capacity to shape one’s own socio-economic fortunes? But what exactly is economic independence? Let’s first cover […]
Listen here. You know you are winning when so called “Blue States” want out of the Union. This would have been unheard of nearly a decade ago, but this week, the leftist publication The Nation ran an article calling for the “Blue States” to at least threaten secession. […]
But is it really a “conspiracy” if it is out in the open? John writes in to ask how a global conspiracy can function and how it can be kept under wraps. Good question. Join James for this week’s edition of Questions For Corbett where he tackles the […]
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to reports that Reddit’s Roaring Kitty is being sued for securities fraud.
I generally have a more favorable view of the UBI as a happy medium as opposed to minimum wage escalation. The latter will be weaponized by large businesses against small businesses, and cause unemployment for the most unskilled workers. My objective is to defend the interests of the […]
Trump as House Speaker would be hilarious. Team Rising reacts to Steve Bannon’s proposal for Donald Trump to run for Congress in 2022 and replace Rep. Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.
The Voice of the Ruling Class is pissed they’re losing their ability to be Top Voice. Saagar Enjeti explains the real reason the mainstream media hates Clubhouse.
Fuck the police. Years ago, I used to manage a convenience that was part of a large chain, and I used to give the throwaway food to the homeless junkies and runaway kids living in the neighborhood, which was very much against company policy. Krystal Ball breaks down […]
Sure. That’s what politicians are for. Go partying on the public dime while the people suffer. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to claims that Senator Ted Cruz is in Cancun amidst major crises in his home state of Texas.
Agorism and counter-economics in action. Konkin would be proud.
Fracture, fracture, fracture…
By Sammy Edwards, Shepherd Gazette Opposition to American secession movements often hinges on the idea that foreign policy concerns trump any notions that the United States ought to be broken up into smaller pieces. It almost goes without saying that those who subscribe to neoconservative ideology or other […]
It’s often said that it’s impolite to speak ill of the dead. But sometimes a douchebag is just a douchebag.
So is this the 2021 version of “Freedom Fries”? This should make for some good mud wrestling contests in Congress.
Hopefully, this scumbag will get his comeuppance. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is threatening people who ask questions about his nursing home policies.
Kristolite stooge David French is getting worried that the Empire is cracking up. By Thomas Koenig, MerionWest.Com On February 15th, Thomas Koenig was joined by David French to discuss his latest book, Divided We Fall: America’s Secession Threat and How to Restore Our Nation, which was released in […]
Limbaugh was never anything more than a used car salesman with a big mouth. I’ve seen a lot of libertarian-leaning people paying tribute to the guy by pointing out his supposed libertarian inclinations or his platforming of libertarian writers and scholars. That calls for clarification. Rush Limbaugh was […]
This is an introduction to the pan-secessionist movement. Written and produced by me, Ally Marie McLean. You can find my writing at the website Attack the System. Bitcoin donations are much appreciated and help keep the channel up and running.
Again, this is two years old, but the general content still holds up pretty well. Although it’s funny that the furthest left people are basically just Ted Kennedy liberals or, at best, McGovernites. By Perry Bacon, Jr., FiveThirtyEight There’s a lot of news right now about conflicts within […]
This article is two years old but I think its basic argument still stands. The “five factions” amount to differences between where each faction stands in relation to Trump. By Perry Bacon, Jr., FiveThirtyEight When President Trump entered office, it wasn’t clear if he would consolidate control of […]
One thing Kazin mentions in this interview is that the anarchist left that emerged during the time of the anti-globalization movement and Occupy Wall Street has largely been co-opted by the social democrats and, therefore, the Democratic Party. I think that’s actually a good thing because it creates […]
Just another in a long list of shysters who made a name for themselves as some kind of right-wing demagogue, and not nearly as interesting as some of the ones who came before him. He was a product of his time, i.e. the Sunbelt insurgency within the capitalist […]