Krystal and Saagar turn the tables on Joe Rogan for a 1 hour + interview on his formative political experiences, how he prepares for interviews, everything wrong with Los Angeles, why he turned down a Trump interview, and how he decides which politicians get to come on the […]
Emily Jashinsky makes the argument that true conservatism should be as hostile to cronyism as progressivism.
Colin Rogero and Emily Jashinsky discuss a Fox reporter’s decision to announce she turned over recordings to Project Veritas.
By Jen Juneau People Chad Michael Murray has been cast in another retelling of the story of Ted Bundy. ScreenDaily announced last month that Murray, 39, would portray the notorious 1970s serial killer in a new movie, joining a long line of Hollywood heartthrobs like Cary Elwes, James […]
The segment on corporations buying homes is another step toward the new feudalism.
Zac & Gavin react to The Hill’s NEWEST iteration of “Rising” which of course Krystal Ball & Saagar Enjeti recently left to start their own show “Breaking Points.”
Fauci’s idea of science is similar to CNN’s idea of journalism.
By Peter Cho Waking up early on a Saturday morning or racing home from school to catch your favorite animated shows is something of a right of passage for children of all ages and adults who are kids at heart. While most are designed to be innocent, pure, […]
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The first edition of their new show.
This is arguably the best interview Krystal and Kyle have done to date. Rose gets it a lot more than the “Official Left-Wing Intellectuals” who are normally on this program.
By Oliver Bateman, The American Conservative Vince McMahon’s wrestlers are trademarked IP subject to extraordinary levels of control. John Cena recently made waves after apologizing to the People’s Republic of China for calling Taiwan a “country” during an interview with a Taiwanese broadcaster. Cena’s apology, delivered in Mandarin […]
It’s funny they left The Hill because their bosses thought they were too radical when they’re actually very middle of the road.
They’re apparently getting desperate. Team Rising reacts to reports that MSNBC anchor, Nicolle Wallace, is in talks with the streaming platform, Peacock, about a new show.
Thanks to the Internet, everyone is going to the independent media, which is why the censors are trying to tighten the grip. Team Rising discusses CNN’s struggle to maintain viewers in the post-Trump era.
It will be interesting to see what their next project is. Their program was highly unique.
An overview of famous utopian/dystopian writings. By Toby Green, The Guardian Toby Green is the author of Thomas More’s Magician: A Novel Account of Utopia. The book tells the story of Vasco de Quiroga who, using Thomas More’s Utopia as his blueprint, forged a commune on Mexico City’s […]
By Elizabeth Yuko, Architectural Digest It’s easy to look back at the many failed American utopian communities that sprung up during the Transcendentalist movement of the 1840s—from the Oneida Community to Brook Farm to Fruitlands—and point out what went wrong. (Typically, some combination of leadership issues, problematic sex […]
In a one-on-one interview with The Heat, film director Oliver Stone talks about United States foreign policy and the history of U.S. intervention.
This is a pretty interesting discussion of “life on the inside” in Hollywood and the entertainment industry. The inimitable activist, writer, filmmaker, singer and producer Rose McGowan (https://www.rosemcgowan.com/) joins The Katie Halper Show LIVE for what will surely be an extremely engaging and brutally honest conversation. See my […]
Anarchist News From The Transmetropolitan Review Who the hell is Jack London? That’s a complicated question. If you superficially glance through the Google Search results for Jack London, it’s easy enough to find out that he was a socialist. If you dig a little bit deeper, you’ll see […]
Doctoral student, Irami Osei-Frimpong, weighs in reporting alleging that the FBI and DOD have vetted Hollywood films prior to their release.
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti share their thoughts on the Oscars ratings and react to predicted support for presidential powers.
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 […]
It was out-competed by politics and corporate media? By Ben Sixsmith, The American Conservative For decades, World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., and its chairman Vince McMahon have dominated professional wrestling. For most casual fans, their business is the business. The company and the pursuit can seem inextricable. It was […]
By Zachary Folk, New York Post More than a hundred California artists will be guaranteed $1,000 a month in no-strings-attached cash, the latest in a series of universal basic income pilot programs being rolled out across the state, according to a report. Starting sometime in May, 130 local […]
A great new collection of anarchist poetry and writing by John Luke Wall. Enjoy! John Luke Wall-AP pdf-1
By Matt Taibbi Useful Idiots, the podcast Katie Halper and I started in the summer of 2019 at Rolling Stone, is moving. After eighty episodes that included interviews with the likes of Tulsi Gabbard (our first guest), Roger Waters, Andrew Yang, Erin Brockovich, Michael K. Williams, Noam Chomsky, […]
By Patrick Freyne, Irish Times Having a monarchy next door is a little like having a neighbour who’s really into clowns and has daubed their house with clown murals, displays clown dolls in each window and has an insatiable desire to hear about and discuss clown-related news stories. […]
An interesting article on Ernst Junger. By Nigel Jones, The Critic In 1983 I was writing my first book The War Walk, a travelogue about World War One, when I read an article by Bruce Chatwin in the New York Review of Books detailing his encounter with the […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley If this isn’t the winter of our discontent then John Steinbeck can die twice writing shitty novels in an igloo of frozen dicks. This winter has been a toxic cloud of ice fog belched from the bowels of […]
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to reports that Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen are doing podcast together.
In light of the recent allegations against Marilyn Manson, I wanted to share my personal story and encourage women to stop viewing themselves as helpless victims.
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 […]
By Ally Marie McLean Araby” by James Joyce explores the feelings associated with the pursuit of illusory escapism from a life of drudgery. The protagonist, an unnamed Dublin schoolboy at the turn of the century, takes little pleasure from his daily life. He finds a distraction from the […]
I’m a marginal fan of the music of each of the Mansons: Marilyn, Shirley, and Charles. Charles is probably my favorite of the three.
By Michael Frederick Rattray Functional Anarchism(s) and the Theory of Global ContemporaryArtinvestigates the intersection of art and anarchist philosophy in order to shed light on the phenomenon of global contemporary art. Many scholars have addressed the impact of anarchism upon modern art, yet such studies tend to stop […]
Keith, Emma & RJ Game Stop vs Wall Street, Robinhood, micro-revolts in the United States, Dodger Stadium’s COVID-19 vaccination site temporarily shut down after protesters gather at entrance, Robinhood was supposed to be for the little guy, Citadel, aristocrats pretending to be friends with the peasants, rich people […]
Many of the titles offered by Black Front Press include essays by yours truly, along with many other interesting writers. The website for Black Press is available here.
Apparently, Amazon is no longer carrying titles offered by my primary publisher (too controversial!). But it’s still possible to order directly from the publisher, which is Black House Publishing. The website for Black House is available here.
Keith, Emma & RJ 01/01/21 – We’re back in business, historic spike in drug overdose deaths under COVID-19, governor Sisolak shut down Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in the least sober place on the planet, Carl Jung and the origins of mental illness, Don Wells just died of […]
By Faye Hirsch, Art News Félix Fénéon (1861–1944) is best known today as the effete dandy—top hat, gloves and cane in one hand, the other delicately tendering a cyclamen—in what Paul Signac called a “painted biography” of his dear friend. Considered one of the Museum of Modern Art’s […]
We need to get more rogueish. By Mark Bauerlein, The American Conservative “In America, you can be anything you want.” So a French friend of mine said when I asked how America looked to her and her friends in Paris. I was curious about the French attitude toward […]
By Jackson Albert Mann, Hampton Institute I don’t think that the politics of anarcho-punk had that much to do with anarchism anyway… more like militant liberalism.” This is how Ramsey Kanaan, ex-vocalist of the Scottish punk band Political Asylum and founder of left-wing publishing houses AK Press and […]
Lewis’ “The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment” is well worth checking out. By David Downing, Chronicles C. S. Lewis (1898-1963) is arguably the most influential Christian writer of the 20th century. To tell the story of his life is to speak of a remarkable journey out of youthful skepticism into […]
You’re probably aware that Disney owns Marvel and Lucasfilm, but do you really know how consolidated the American media landscape is? In this episode, we’re looking at how just five mega-corporations control the entirety of US media.
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley It has been one supremely horrific year since I wrote the virgin instillation of this list last October, what with apocalyptic plagues, dystopian police death squads, and collapsing empires. In many ways life has come to resemble many […]
No doubt some crazed late 80s hairspray metal fan was exacting revenge for the grunge coup of the early 90s. The first wave of the insurrection got it right. Hit the state hard, hit the capitalist class hard, retreat, and disappear. What came next was a mixture of […]