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Keith Preston

Breaking Points: 10/19/21 Full UNCUT Show

Krystal and Saagar discuss the death of Colin Powell, union activity across America, Amazon potentially being investigated by the DOJ, Politico shakeup, Brian Stelter getting embarrassed, US dependence on China, Biden’s weakness on striking workers, John Deere workers strike, and more! Timestamps: Colin Powell: 0:00 – 22:01 Unions: […]

How Trump RUINS GOP, Democratic Party

Trump may well turn out to be the best friend proponents of pan-secession ever had by escalating fragmentation and advancing sympathy for pan-secession. Saagar analyzes the negative effects Trump’s presence is having on the GOP, Democratic Party, and the broader political debates taking place in America and on […]

Could America split up?

This article was written in the summer of 2020 during the George Floyd riots. By Damon Linker, The Week All week I’ve been haunted by a brief few seconds of video posted on Twitter late Sunday night by a student journalist in Eugene, Oregon. Two men face off […]

Who Owns the Media?

Keep in mind that not only is the media concentrated into the hands of only a handful of major conglomerates, but these conglomerates are controlled by investor organizations that are even smaller in numbers like Vanguard and Black Rock. For example, those two firms are major shareholders in […]

Public Defenders vs. Gun Control

By Damon Root, Reason A Supreme Court decision against New York’s gun control scheme would be a victory for both criminal justice reform and the Second Amendment. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this fall in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, which challenges […]

Progressive Prosecutors

There is an interesting collection of links about the “progressive prosecutor” phenomenon on the Marshall Project’s website. Progressive prosecutors are an interesting example of reform within the system, and one that I wouldn’t have predicted, although relying on prosectors for any kind of reform is risky business, because […]