By Derrick Broze In this essay we will explore potential connections between anarchist thought and the Confucian worldview. Confucianism is a school of thought described as a philosophy, a humanist religion, a doctrine, a tradition, or a system of governance, based on the teachings of Chinese philosopher and […]
What leadership! By Marina Watts, Newsweek How did Joe Biden relax during his first Presidents Day weekend as president? By playing MarioKart with his family. During his weekend retreat at Camp David, Biden and his granddaughter Naomi played the racing video game, and he won. Naomi shared a […]
So he speaks truth to power but tells lies to everyone else? By Daniel Estrin, NPR America’s top infectious disease official Dr. Anthony Fauci received a prestigious $1 million Israeli prize Monday, along with six other researchers who shared two additional $1 million prizes for their contributions to […]
The Biden regime will likely be more neoconnish than the Obama or Trump administrations were given the neocon recolonization of the Democratic Party.
By Laura Widener, American Military News White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Tuesday that President Joe Biden has not ruled out using executive orders for gun control. When asked if Biden still intended to use executive action on gun control – a vow made during […]
But how can that be? Cancel culture doesn’t exist!
The ruling class Center tightens the grip. By Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason In the wake of the January 6 Capitol riot, many Democratic politicians and left-of-center pundits have been calling for the expanded use of “domestic terror” laws against people whose social media rhetoric seems too radical. Those […]
The FOX/neocon vs. Newsmax/Trumpist feud is awesome.
I’m glad to see someone with her level of fame bringing attention to this. By Jodi Gugliemi, People Paris Hilton is speaking out about abuse she alleges she endured at a Utah boarding school. Hilton, 39, appeared in a Utah court on Monday to testify against Provo Canyon […]
Author, Ryan Girdusky, provides the latest updates on The Lincoln Project and sexual harassment claims.
This is a great segment. The ruling class has created its own secular church. Saagar Enjeti reacts to the dramatic saga between The New York Times and Substack columnist Scott Alexander.
Krystal Ball reacts to Donald Trump’s second acquittal in the Senate and predicts what it means for the future of both the Republican and the Democratic parties.
Journalist Zaid Jilani discusses French officials who are speaking out against American identity politics.
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo covered up the number of COVID deaths in nursing homes throughout New York.
Every political interest group there is should form its own sanctuary zones.
Impeach all these shitheads, Democrats and Republicans.
Where are your papers?
Notice that the prefix is “anarcha” not “anarcho.” Diversity of thought is a first principle of serious anarchism. An introduction to anarcha-fascist thought. Written by me, Ally Marie McLean. Narrated with help from LOVO. You can find more of my writing at Attack the System. Bitcoin donations are […]
The Nina Turner meme below summarizes what contemporary “progressives” typically favor when it comes to economic reform. These kinds of ideas are going to be increasingly pervasive and, likely, popular in the future for two reasons: 1) widening class divisions and growing poverty; 2) the rising cultural hegemony […]
What places like South Dakota and Idaho that are most resistant to weed legalization need is for pro-legalization elements to form “weed sanctuary cities,” just like pro-gun folks in blue states have formed “2nd amendment countries.” Between sanctuary cities/countries and state nullification efforts, it’s possible to subvert governmental […]
The intersection of the Marcusean “cultural Marxists” and Trotskyite “neoconservatives” with the US intelligence services and the corporate class is probably one of the most important, interesting, and yet ignored aspects of US political and intellectual history.
This is a pretty interesting bio documentary on Williams. On the major social and political issues of our time, Walter Williams is one of America’s most important and provocative thinkers. He is black, yet he opposes affirmative action. He believes that the Civil Rights Act was a major […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile Happy Valley Its been nearly a month since the villagers chased off Orange Man Bad with pitchforks and torches and most of my liberal friends in group therapy have sunk into that warm bath of post election honeymoon euphoria. The more […]
My personal view is that the attack on the Capitol was well-deserved and long overdue, even if it was carried out by morons for a dubious cause. By Caitlin Flanagan, The Atlantic Here they were, a coalition of the willing: deadbeat dads, YouPorn enthusiasts, slow students, and MMA […]
Originally published in Germany in 1977, when Junger was eighty-two years old, Eumeswil is the great novel of Junger’s creative maturity, a masterpiece by a central figure in modern German literature. Eumeswil is a utopian state ruled by the Condor, a general who has installed himself as a […]
How exactly is this any different from religious indoctrination in parochial schools or Communist indoctrination in former Soviet schools? By George F. Will, Washington Post The worst-governed state — Illinois had triple the population loss of the state with the second-highest out-migration between 2010 and 2020 — is […]
By Sheldon Richman, Free Association The prospects for individual liberty and the required rollback of the government seem as bleak as ever, but we can’t let appearances, no matter how pervasive, be decisive. The spark within most people–the longing to chart one’s course in life–never really dies. We’ve […]
Ben Burgis dares to have Rania Khalek, Daniel Bessner, and Katie Halper on his show all at once, for an explosively informed discussion of some deranged individuals that have managed to shape our domestic and foreign policy in recent years. They also discuss other crazy monstrous things like […]
I always thought the rise of a populist-right in the USA would be a welcome thing because it would have the effect of fragmenting the Reaganite/neocon coalition. By George F. Will, Washington Post The first of this century’s national traumas is denoted by two numbers: 9/11. One purpose […]
By Jamie Gangel, Kevin Liptak, Michael Warren and Marshall Cohen, CNN WASHINGTON — In an expletive-laced phone call with House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy while the Capitol was under attack, then-President Donald Trump said the rioters cared more about the election results than McCarthy did. “Well, Kevin, I […]
Ben Burgis hosts a panel of Rania Khalek, Daniel Bessner, and Katie Halper, along with producer Forrest Miller. This segment focuses on how the Left might push The Squad on foreign policy moving forward, which this panel means a shift toward Europe, Russia, and China under a Biden […]
By Tim O’Donnell, Yahoo News These days, it can often feel like former President Donald Trump is off the grid, but he made himself known Saturday shortly after he was acquitted in a Senate impeachment trial for the second time in just over a year. In a statement, […]
By Zach Sweat, Know Your Meme YouTube pranks have been around for almost as long as the platform itself, and while many of them are completely harmless, some take things a little too far and wind up getting someone injured or even killed. Such is the case of […]
–Audience Question: Can Democrats make Washington DC and Puerto Rico states?
Dave Smith (https://twitter.com/ComicDaveSmith), comedian and host of the podcast ”Part of the Problem,” (https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-sho…) joins Ben Burgis and they have a debate about the fundamentals behind both of their preferred ideologies.
Ben Burgis debates controversial YouTuber Vaush (https://twitter.com/VaushV) about class reductionism. Vaush is a proponent of libertarian socialism, 2nd Amendment rights, LGBTQ rights, violent revolution, online debate, and a range of other things.
While I generally regard the January 6 incident as an ordinary riot rather than a serious coup attempt, what is being described in this meme is by no means impossible. Also, it could come from any direction, not just the most obvious source. A right-wing demagogue who becomes […]
By Ally Marie McLean With all of the censorship and deplatforming done by America’s big tech corporations lately, there have been calls from many on the right to create alternative platforms for dissenting voices. Anarchists can take advantage of this situation and create such alternative platforms, if we […]
My guess is that the neocons and Never Trumpers are hoping for a split that will permanently divide the right and provide the Democrats with a permanent hegemony, which the neocons could then successfully colonize (which they have largely done anyway).
I’m neither an orthodox Libertarian like Adam nor a Jacobin socialist like Ben, though I’m peripherally influenced by both traditions. Having studied both traditions for decades, I’m somewhat of a hybrid of the two traditions (a “libertarian socialist” like the classical anarchists) but unlike most libertarian socialists I’m […]
Is a crack emerging among the Blue Tribe? The response to AOC sharing her deeply personal experiences have been troubling. It comes from both the right and the left, and it reeks of misogyny. We need to call it out.
Pigs vs. pigs. Awesome. Fracture, fracture, fracture… By Josiah Bates, Time New Hampshire police chief; a Philadelphia detective; two Seattle Police Department officers who traveled cross-country, to name just a few. In the aftermath of the historic insurrection that took place in Washington D.C. last week, which left […]
During times of upheaval and uncertainty, cults tend to proliferate, particularly among people who aren’t very bright, lack critical thinking skills or are emotionally unstable.
By Ruth Kinna, ROAR Magazine In March 1889 Peter Kropotkin agreed to give six lectures to William Morris’s Socialist Society in Hammersmith, London. Labeling the series “Social Evolution,” he planned to explore “the grounds” of socialism. As it turned out, he never delivered the talks, but the title […]