This isn’t necessarily an indictment of any president on the list. It just suggests how much more partisan we’ve become in just three decades’ time. Literally any Democrat could be in the oval today, and the approval rating would be similar. Most of these polls just mean, “Me […]
By Natasha Lennard, The Intercept Daniel Baker’s calls for armed defense against possible far-right attacks led to a much harsher sentence than that facing most insurrectionists. ON TUESDAY, a Florida judge sentenced Daniel Baker, an anti-fascist activist, to 44 months in federal prison for social media posts that called for armed […]
Consent Factory So, the Great New Normal Purge has begun … right on cue, right by the numbers. As we “paranoid conspiracy theorists” have been warning would happen for the past 18 months, people who refuse to convert to the new official ideology are now being segregated, stripped […]
Todd Lewis is joined by Keith Preston, Swithun Dobson and Terminal Philosophy to discuss how many times libertarians think their kind of society would look a lot like current order, but without the state. Is that true?
Damon Linker is the only other commentator beside myself that I have ever seen use the description of “popular front” to describe the neocon-led (or neocon-embedded) anti-Trump coalition. Linker is what is called a “theocon. ” The theocons were a neocon front movement that was created by Podhoretz […]
“Media malpractice” is a redundant phrase. Responding to unfair pay, a poor incentive program, and the company’s refusal to provide new workers with pensions, 10,000 John Deere workers across 14 facilities went on strike today. Of course, as the company’s workers cite these basic needs as the missing […]
The totalitarian humanist regime of South Africa makes its move against Orania? By Unathi Nkanjeni Sunday Times Gauteng MEC for education Panyaza Lesufi has once again expressed his stance on Orania, saying it “will go”. Lesufi was reacting to the Freedom Front Plus (FF+) manifesto calling for an […]
By Billy Binion, Reason It was unconstitutional to charge Jenna Holm with manslaughter. But the state wanted to protect its own. An Idaho judge has dismissed a manslaughter charge against a woman after she was accused of killing a police officer who was killed by another police officer. […]
A MARXIST CAUGHT BETWEEN FASCISM AND STALINISM: THE POLITICAL AND INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF ANDRÉS NIN, 1919 TO 1939
By Juan Villa The words fascism, communism, socialism, and anarchism often times have been loaded words in terms of how everyday Americans have been schooled to interpret them. Therefore, the objective was to revisit these words through the interpretations of Intellectual Marxists themselves in order to understand these […]
By Joe Allen, The Federalist Transhumanism is a futuristic religion that exalts technology as the highest power. The movement’s goal is to merge man with machine. Their wildest prophecies seem ridiculous at first, until you consider the dizzying advances in bionics, robotics, neuroprosthetics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and […]
By Spengler Starting this column, I couldn’t have envisioned what smartphones and social media would do to a generation. This series of essays debuted in January 2000 with a meditation on tech stocks. I forecast that – contrary to the then-prevailing wisdom – internet equities would blossom by […]
By Ryan Cooper The Week For several years after the 2008 financial crisis, it seemed that any brand of European lefty party, from socialist to milquetoast liberal, was on the road to extinction. Center-right or even far-right parties dominated elections from the Nordics to Hungary. The one high-profile […]
By Samuel Goldman The Week Universities are surprisingly popular places. In surveys of public confidence, they fare better than banks, big corporations, and the entertainment industry — and much better than journalists. While only about a third of Americans have a degree, colleges play an outsize role in […]
By Matt Taibbi and Ford Fischer The former president commemorates “a truly incredible person,” saying, “I offer my unwavering support to Ashli’s family. Last Sunday, friends and family of Ashli Babbitt, the Air Force veteran shot at the Capitol on January 6th, gathered in Freeport, Texas to celebrate […]
By Guilherme Falleiros, Katiuscia M Galhera ‘The Fordist baggage of anarcho-syndicalism’, by Ben Debney (see Anarchist Studies Blog), argues that anarcho-syndicalism was unable to keep pace with mutations in the labor sphere due to an assumed Fordist paradigm. This article takes as a starting point the fact that […]
By Ken Silva Epoch Times U.S. Marine Corps Judge Glen Hines has docked Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller $5,000 in pay and ordered a letter of reprimand against the combat veteran for his criticisms about how senior military officials handled the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Hines handed down his sentence Oct. […]
By SAMYA KULLAB and TAMEEM AKHGAR, Associated Press KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Suicide bombers attacked a Shiite mosque packed with worshippers attending Friday prayers in southern Afghanistan, killing at least 37 people and wounding more than 70, according to a hospital official and a witness. There was no […]
By Mike Gleason Money Metals A big week for precious metals markets as inflation pressures push consumer prices to painful new heights. On Thursday, the U.S. Labor Department reported that inflation at the wholesale level is up 8.6% from a year ago. That’s the steepest annual advance since […]
By Alexander Zhang Epoch Times A British Conservative MP has died after being stabbed multiple times on Friday when meeting members of the public in his constituency. Sir David Amess, 69, who represented Southend West in Essex, was fatally attacked at Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea. The father-of-five […]
Noam Chomsky discusses the brutal realities laid bare by the COVID-19 pandemic—and the urgent need for an alternative to capitalism.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said the Biden administration is anti-citizen on ‘Ingraham Angle’
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave discuss what Hillary Clinton’s future in national politics might look like.
Features correspondent at Insider, Adam Wren, explains the controversy surrounding a Senate candidate for Arizona, Blake Masters, and his relationship with billionaire mega donor Peter Thiel.
Daily Poster founder, David Sirota, explains how the Democratic establishment breathed new life into Rahm Emanuel’s career after he left the Chicago mayor’s office plagued by scandal.
Team Rising reacts to a new plan from Bill de Blasio that would phase out gifted and talented programs in New York City elementary schools.
Ryan Grim, Michael Starr Hopkins, and Emily Jashinsky discuss the virtues and pitfalls of corporate wokeness.
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave react to a decision by the British Metropolitan Police to not pursue prosecution of Prince Andrew.
Kim Iversen and Robby Soave discuss the latest round of feuding between CNN and Fox News.
Road Map for a Constitutional Coup: The Republican Plan for Legislative Nullification of the Popular Vote for President
Both parties appear to be developing plans for the creation of a one-party state. Compare this article with the contents of this article from a few years ago. What this indicates is that the electoral system is losing its perceived legitimacy because the two sides view victory by […]
Trump is the new Nixon, Biden is the new Carter, Sanders is the new Ted Kennedy. It’s like it’s 1977 all over again. And the neocons/neo-Reaganites are using the same methods in order to make a comeback: pushing the culture war to the max, baiting China over Taiwan, […]
“VD” Hanson is a decent historian, even if his public role is to function as a neocon/neo-Reaganite mouthpiece. Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson joins ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ to discuss President Joe Biden’s policy failures.
After years of declines, America’s middle class now holds a smaller share of U.S. wealth than the top 1%. The middle 60% of U.S. households by income — a measure economists often use as a definition of the middle class — saw their combined assets drop to 26.6% […]
By Coral Cuadrada Undoubtedly, the events of 18, 19 and 20 July 1936 constitute one of the most excessively interpreted historical facts in recent Catalan history. And, all the same, after eighty years we still know very little about them. The originality of the 1936 social revolution, which […]
Zac & Gavin react to Ryan Grim, Emily Jashinsky and Kim Iversen’s debate over China in a new segment of The Hill’s Rising.
Krystal and Saagar review the latest economic figures to come out about inflation in America and they compare the data to their analysis in previous episodes of the show
Krystal takes a look at the propaganda being published by CNN on behalf of the UAE, a repressive dictatorship in the middle east whose values go against everything CNN claims to stand for
Saagar breaks down the new policy proposal from the IRS that would target ordinary Americans’ bank accounts and let billionaires off the hook for their shady financial transactions
Krystal and Saagar weigh in on the reporting that the suburban women who have become the Democratic party’s base are going back to brunch instead of tuning into politics
Krystal and Saagar provide the current news on booster shots out of the FDA, including the questionable data being presented by pharma giant Johnson & Johnson
Those are all shit jobs. Krystal and Saagar break down the worker activity happening across America and the reasons why workers in various sectors of the economy are quitting their jobs in droves
Krystal and Saagar respond to the exchange between Joe Rogan and CNN doctor Sanjay Gupta about the lies being told by Gupta’s network about ‘horse dewormer’ and the media’s coverage of it.
Krystal and Saagar look at the White House’s response to the possible Christmas shortages that could occur due to backlog in global supply chains affecting American consumers
Krystal and Saagar talk to a Kellogg union worker about their strike against the company and what the labor activity across America means for the middle class in this country
Krystal and Saagar review the footage from a now infamous NASCAR interview where an NBC reporter claimed that a ‘F Joe Biden’ chant was actually ‘Let’s go Brandon’ in reference to the driver
Scott Horton is director of the Libertarian Institute, editorial director of Antiwar.com, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from ScottHorton.org. He’s the author of the 2021 Book, Enough Already: Time to End the War on […]
Co-host of Useful Idiots podcast and host of The Katie Halper Show, Katie Halper, explains why Katie Couric’s editing of an interview with Ruth Bader Ginsburg was unethical journalistic practice.
Kim Iversen makes the case that a new IRS policy will hurt low and middle class Americans.
Joe Rogan CALLS OUT Dr. Sanjay Gupta To His Face For CNN Gleefully Lying About Taking Horse Dewormer
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave react to Sanjay Gupta’s appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience.
North Carolina state Representative Charles Graham discusses his viral campaign ad, and his candidacy for Congress.
Team Rising discusses the Brooklyn Nets’ benching of Kyrie Irving over his protest against mandatory vaccinations.