“If you can’t be a trillionaire then why even bother?”
Saagar and guest host Marshall Kosloff look at Trump’s potential return to social media through an ownership stake in Gettr and what his next moves might be.
Krystal looks at the new contract Rachel Maddow signed with MSNBC and what that means for the future of the network
How could it get any worse? Krystal and Saagar cringe at the list of potential replacements for Meghan McCain on The View as the conservative pundit
A critique of a utopian science fiction writer on dystopia.
By Caitlin Tasker Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is set to break new ground for the Marvel Cinematic Universe when it hits theaters on September 3, 2021. The first nearly all-Asian American cast for Marvel Studios has recently been overshadowed by the Spider-Man: No Way […]
Consequence.Net Spencer Elden, who was famously photographed as a baby for Nirvana’s iconic Nevermind album cover, is suing the band for child sexual exploitation. The lawsuit comes just a month shy of the landmark album’s 30th anniversary. One of the most famous album covers of all time, Nevermind […]
By Joel Kotkin, Quillette In Ma Jian’s new novel, the protagonist, Ma Daode, may be a corrupt, womanizing local official, but he is a corrupt, womanizing local official with a mission. His goal is to develop a drug that will allow President Xi Jinping’s vision of a glorious […]
Mark Steyn joins ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ to react to montage of late-night hosts fawning over the disgraced governor.
Krystal and guest host Kyle Kulinski analyze the comments made by Bill Burr about Ron DeSantis and the covid situation in Florida.
Author, Ben Burgis, discusses his new book, “Canceling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique Of The Contemporary Left.”
Kim Iversen and Robby Soave react to the Cleveland baseball team changing their name from ‘Cleveland Indians’ to ‘Cleveland Guardians’.
Krystal and Saagar discuss the White House’s involvement in Hunter Biden’s corrupt art sales
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky debate the ethics of using artificial intelligence technology in the Anthony Bourdain documentary.
“This is a guy who has committed multiple hate crimes, who chased little black kids down the street shouting “n—–s” more than once, who viciously assaulted two Vietnamese men, who broke another man’s jaw so badly, it had to be wired shut.” By Maureen Callahan New York Post […]
Krystal and Saagar expose the reality show grift that is Caitlyn Jenner’s gubernatorial campaign.
By Bill Chappell, NPR Cuba is suffering through a summer of dire shortages, from food and electricity to medicine. Fed-up Cubans are taking to the streets in unprecedented protests — and they’re voicing their outrage through a song called Patria y Vida — homeland and life. The slogan […]
By Kim Stanley Robinson, The Nation Climate catastrophe has transformed a minor literary genre into an important tool of human thought. Recently I read an excellent book: The Soviet Novel, by Katarina Clark. In it she observed that the USSR’s socialist realism suffered from what she called “modal […]
Krystal and Saagar talk about the contents of Biden’s reconciliation package, inflation in the economy, George W. Bush fighting to stay in Afghanistan, neocons eyeing regime change in Cuba, more mistakes from the FBI, the latest on Jeffrey Epstein, companies outsourcing jobs overseas, and more!
Well, with an expert opinion like that… Pop star Olivia Rodrigo made a surprise appearance at the White House press briefing on Wednesday.
“FOOTBALL, beer, and above all, gambling, filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.” -George Orwell, 1984
Real Clear Politics reporter, Philip Wegmann, reacts to the White House’s defense of Hunter Biden’s art exhibit.
Krystal and Saagar go over the Biden administration’s major ethics issues when it comes to Hunter’s art sales.
Krystal and Saagar discuss the chaos happening around the world as protests heat up, the political situation in Haiti, billionaires racing to space, the DNC’s newest censorship campaign, effects of the child tax credit expansion, white liberals fueling the culture war, corruption in the Biden administration, and more!
Krystal and Saagar discuss the national security state, Biden’s competition executive order, the withdrawal from Afghanistan, rent prices soaring, Hunter Biden’s newest dealings, mainstream media, Haiti chaos, the future of the right, and more!
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss the mistreatment and low wages of American baseball players.
Krystal and Saagar examine the New York Times’ profile of Joe Rogan while Saagar finally eats a sock on camera.
Krystal and Saagar talk about the corruption of Exxon, Surfside’s building collapse, Amazon’s inhumane working conditions, Britney Spears’s conservatorship, Kamala’s latest failures, freedom in America, mass evictions, and Saagar eats a sock!
Author, Ben Burgis, discusses his book, “Canceling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique Of The Contemporary Left.”
The discussion of how media credentialing works at the beginning of this is interesting.
“Screw me once, shame on you… shame… screw…. me……. you can’t get screwed again.”
Dave Smith is the host of the Part of the Problem podcast and is a frequent guest on cable TV news. Dave joins Pete to answer a couple critics who appeared on another podcast and challenged not only his strategy with the Libertarian Party, but took some personal […]
Krystal and Saagar talk about the injustice of the Bill Cosby case, Nina Turner’s congressional campaign, Trump associates getting indicted, NSA spying on Tucker Carlson, NYC Mayoral elections, and more!
Notice how persons of different ethnic backgrounds are on different sides of this issue. This is not a white/black or majority/minority issue. The Blue Tribe and Red Tribe error when they assume every minority is on the “left” and every WASPish white is on the “right.” Team Rising […]
Kim on the state of things.
Krystal and Saagar examine the airstrikes in Syria, pandemic unemployment benefits, BlackRock’s power over the US government, tax cuts on the wealthy, the life of the late Sen. Mike Gravel, cancel culture hypocrisy, America’s friendship crisis, Facebook’s monopoly power, and more! You can now watch the video from […]
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to Britney Spears’ testimony about her conservatorship.
Krystal and Saagar look at the Biden infrastructure plan, a tragic building collapse in Miami-Dade, more UFO developments, huge information about the Assange case, John McAfee’s mysterious death, woke military, the rise of socialism, and more! All premium videos are available from your Supercast member dashboard under the […]
One for the Millennial Left.
By Jim Donaghey Robin Ballinger argues that ‘[m]usic is neither transcendental nor trivial, but inhabits a site where hegemonic processes are contested’ (in Sakolsky and Ho (eds.), 1995: 14) – in other words, music matters. However, music (and culture more widely) is often viewed as being of minor […]
Krystal and Saagar look at a court decision that declared Rachel Maddow to be an unreliable news source.
By Jonah Raskin, Counterpunch H. Rap Brown didn’t credit Frantz Fanon in his famed 1967 speech on violence, though he might have. He was in a hurry and cities were burning. Fanon laid the groundwork for Rap in his 1961 book, The Wretched of the Earth, which inspired members […]
Actress and activist Rose McGowan details the restrictions Britney Spears has been under during her conservatorship on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
Krystal and Saagar talk about the potential consequences of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of college athletes.
Regarding the American Airlines story, corporations are the BIGGEST welfare queens ever.
SAY HIS NAME …… Mark Zuckerberg !!!!
Joe Biden will fail. And it will lead to somebody worse than Trump. That was the hazard of voting for Biden solely because he’s not Trump. It’s going to be worse.
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Rogan is neither Right completely nor Left. People like him because he is open-minded.
The FBI may be creating a STASI from the looks of it. We all should be weary of even more surveillance.