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Keith Preston

The Faces of Freedom

By The People’s Post Modernist The Absurd Man As a caveat, I feel it is necessary it address the the metaphysics of freedom and the subsequent embodiment of ideas. Anarchists are first and foremost concerned with the concrete (funny considering how many write off anarchist movements as “idealistic”). […]

6 Feminist Myths That Will Not Die

By Christina Hoff Sommers Time Much of what we hear about the plight of American women is false. Some faux facts have been repeated so often they are almost beyond the reach of critical analysis. Though they are baseless, these canards have become the foundation of Congressional debates, […]

Global Warming Swindle

By Thomas Sowell Townhall.Com Britain’s Channel 4 has produced a devastating documentary titled “The Great Global Warming Swindle.” It has apparently not been broadcast by any of the networks in the United States. But, fortunately, it is available on the Internet. Distinguished scientists specializing in climate and climate-related […]

Maoism Against Free Speech

A lecture by lunatic Maoist Sunsara Taylor of the Revolutionary Communist Party on why free speech sucks. These are the kinds of folks for whom our “anti-fascist” anarchist  friends have become dupes. It’s interesting that the anarcho-leftoids do not learn anything from their own history. From the days […]

Hitler vs. Stalin: Who Killed More?

A reminder of who is our true enemy, i.e. the State. As the late paleoconservative turned anarchist Joseph Sobran once said, “If human beings were rational, they would talk about the state the way Jews talk about Nazis.” It’s also a shame that these discussions of mass killings […]

Cleaning the Muddied Waters of Anarchy

By Will Schnack Evolution of Consent Ideologies and philosophies that go by the title “anarchism” are wide-ranging in their span. These include mutualists, individualists, collectivists, communists, capitalists, nationalists, primitivists, futurists, and more. It has become something of a common trend for people to come up with the next […]

The Looting Machine Called Capitalism

By Paul Craig Roberts Counterpunch I have come to the conclusion that capitalism is successful primarily because it can impose the majority of the costs associated with its economic activities on outside parties and on the environment. In other words, capitalists make profits because their costs are externalized […]

Anarchists Should Embrace Mental Illness

By Vikky Storm Center for a Stateless Society For many people, mental illness is a terrifying Other to be shamed and attacked. The mentally ill are to blame for mass shootings. Authoritarian leaders are only authoritarian because they are mentally ill. Mental healthcare means locking people up or medicating them […]

What Berkeley Means

Richard Spencer discusses the protests and street battles that occured in Berkeley, California, on April 15, 2017; in particular, he sees a return of political violence that is less like that of the 1960s and more like that of the 1920s and ’30s in Europe.

Anti-Fascism and Revolution

By Alexander Reid Ross ROAR Magazine Does anti-fascism bear revolutionary potential? This question lingers in today’s tense climes — yet the precise meaning of “revolution” remains unclear. At the Conservative Political Action Conference in the United States this year, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage identified the successes of Brexit […]

The Only Winner is the System

Maybe this will someday become one of those iconic photographs depicting the tenor of a particular time period, like the Vietcong guy getting shot in the head, the little Vietnamese girl with napalm burns running down the street, or the US flag being hoisted at Iwo Jima. “Political […]