Team Rising discusses Governor Glenn Youngkin’s first few days in office.
Robby Soave argues that the Supreme Court made the correct ruling on President Biden’s workplace vaccine mandate.
‘We need to increase public understanding of the need for medical countermeasures such as a pan-coronavirus vaccine. A key driver is the media and the economics will follow the hype. We need to use that hype to our advantage to get to the real issues. Investors will respond […]
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave react to the Biden administration’s new COVID-19 test distribution website.
Krystal and Kyle Kulinski for Krystal Kyle & Friends talk with teenage activist and Gravel Institute co founder Henry Williams about how the pandemic will affect Gen Z politics
By Joel Mathis, The Week Former President Donald Trump held his first big rally of 2022 Sunday night in Arizona, and all his familiar old tendencies were on display. He obsessed about the 2020 election he still falsely claims was stolen from him. He slammed President Biden and […]
By Caroline Mimbs Nyce The Atlantic In 1965, on the eve of the Voting Rights Act’s passage, King warned that the work would not end there. “We are not so naive as to believe persons who have traditionally opposed our right to vote will now desist from intimidating […]
The Supreme Court last week struck down President Biden’s coronavirus vaccine (or testing) mandate for businesses with more than 100 employees. As Mark Joseph Stern writes at Slate, the reasoning was ridiculous and tendentious. “It is telling that OSHA, in its half century of existence, has never before […]
Fauci Invested in Chinese Companies With Ties to Beijing Through Fund, According to Financial Disclosures
By Frank Fang, Epoch Times Dr. Anthony Fauci invested in the Chinese regime’s corporate “national champions,” large Chinese companies that advance Beijing’s interests and benefit from state policies, in a 2020 investment portfolio, according to recently disclosed financial records. Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) obtained the records (pdf) and published […]
LISTEN HERE Morgoth made a great point about how Vaush and like-minded people view the world through data and machines instead of experience and observable reality. The funny thing is even when you have the data(which can be quite difficult because of certain groups funding studies that promote […]
The threat to American democracy and the U.S. electoral system did not end when the U.S. Capitol building was cleared and the presidential vote was certified on January 6, 2021. In fact, because of actions taken in states around the country throughout 2021, the threat today is as […]
One thing Stephen Marche gets right is with his recognition that the primary conflict in the USA is over existential issues which makes it an essentially religious conflict. Conflicts pertaining to class and race are only subsets of the larger conflict, which explains why we increasingly have people […]
Olivia Troye, a former adviser to Vice President Mike Pence, tells CNN’s Jim Acosta about a meeting between ex-Trump staffers focused on preventing his future influence on US politics.
By Matt Zapotosky, Josh Dawsey, Tom Hamburger and Rachel Weiner The Justice Department’s decision to charge Oath Keepers with seditious conspiracy last week makes clear that prosecutors consider the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol part of an organized assault to prevent the peaceful transfer of presidential […]
By Andrew Sullivan The famed crusader dives deep into the issue with me. I found it hard to disagree with him. Rufo is a key architect of the anti-CRT legislation being passed in state legislatures around the country. He is also a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, […]
By Geoff Shullenberger Outside Theory “Woke” once denoted an oppositional mentality. How has it come to mean something close to “square”? Recently, the journalist Michael Wolff reported that a centenary republication of Norman Mailer’s work had been scrapped due to objections to his notorious 1962 essay “The White […]
The hosts answer your questions about President Biden’s vaccine mandate, political protections of bodily autonomy, and recently unearthed emails showing the NIH squashed information about the lab leak hypothesis.
Katie Halper weighs on President Biden’s voting rights speech in Atlanta, Georgia.
Krystal and Saagar break down the decision by Dr. Fauci and other public health authorities to shut down any discussion of the lab leak hypothesis when the covid pandemic began.
The photographs that raise tantalising questions over Labour peer Lord Mandelson’s 10-year friendship with paedophile Epstein
By Guy Adams, The Daily Mail During his five decades in public life, Lord Mandelson has delighted in the company of many rich men. Indeed, it was after being bewitched by his wealthy colleague Geoffrey Robinson that he had to resign from the Cabinet — on the first […]
By Matt Taibbi The terrific humorist, journalist, and novelist talks about the downfall of journalism, bureaucratic absurdity, and class cruelty in a blistering indictment of an America turned upside down. Walter Kirn is from the Midwest, worked for Time magazine, and has written a pile of wonderful novels, […]
By Matt Taibbi TK partners News2Share capture the demonstrations outside the trials of three men convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery. “We believe in armed self-defense,” one of many activists said in Brunswick, Georgia in November, demanding convictions in the cases of three men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery. […]
Brianna Keilar interviews Jon Moseley, attorney for Oath Keeper leader Stewart Rhodes, about the the federal seditious conspiracy charge for his client’s role in the January 6 riot.
Former Hawaii congresswoman points out the things she sees the Biden admin is doing wrong on ‘Hannity.’
By Matt Agorist, Free Thought Project Since before he was elected, president Joe Biden has promised more gun control, and he is doing everything in his power to keep this one promise — up to and including executive action — specifically targeting 3D printing of guns. Or, as […]
By Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason Language is getting less rational. That’s the gist of new findings from researchers at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and Indiana University. Their study—”The rise and fall of rationality in language,” published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the […]
Team Rising discusses the ties between ideological polarization and political engagement.
By Andrew Sullivan It’s about a cultural revolution and the abolition of biological sex. An unusual thing happened in the conversation about transgender identity in America this week. The New York Times conceded that there is, indeed, a debate among medical professionals, transgender people, gays and lesbians and […]
Krystal and Saagar react to the comments made by former President Trump about politicians who are too cowardly to celebrate taking the covid booster shot in public
By Brigid Kennedy, The Week Former President Donald Trump doesn’t think very highly of politicians who refuse to admit they’ve received a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, it seems. During an interview with the far-right One America News Network that aired Tuesday, Trump described politicos who dodge […]
By Joel Mathis, The Week Here’s the problem with all the recent “vaxxed and done” discourse: While my pandemic may be over, ours isn’t. Like a lot of Americans, I’m vaxxed and boosted, and so is everybody in my household. My son goes to middle school every day and […]
By W. James Antle III, The Week Can calling people racist get them to support your agenda? President Biden will soon find out, at least where Democrats’ voting legislation is concerned. Continuing the pattern of his Jan. 6 speech in his address in Georgia on Tuesday, Biden presented his political opponents […]
By Samuel Goldman, The Week British politics are different. While American politicians tend to hold onto their jobs until — and sometimes even after — they face charges for actual crimes, British officials are routinely forced out or resign for comparably minor lapses of behavior or judgment. That’s why U.K. […]
By Victor Davis Hanson, Independent Institute “Indeed, men too often take upon themselves in the prosecution of their revenge to set the example of doing away with those general laws to which alike can look for salvation in adversity, instead of allowing them to subsist against the day […]
By Matt Taibbi As yokel-bashing reaches impressive new heights, reports of yet another year of record profits and a widening wealth gap go unnoticed. Jimmy Kimmel Live, fast becoming Leonid Brezhnev’s never-realized dream of a Soviet Tonight Show, just put out a high-effort gag called “Anti-Vax Barbie.” It’s […]
Sounds reasonable enough. If some Internet platforms don’t want you, start your own. By Jack Jenkins Religion News This article is the second in a series on Christian nationalism supported by the Pulitzer Center. (RNS) — It was late September when Andrew Torba, founder of the social media […]
By Matt Taibbi In actions featuring prominent politicians on both the left and the right, two starkly different world views came into relief on the 1/6 anniversary. TK Partners News2Share report. News2Share captured a series of actions in Washington on the anniversary of January 6th. Ford Fischer walks […]
One of the best analyses of the current US political situation I have seen to date. By Ed West Back in the late 1940s American politics had a problem. The issue was serious enough for Congress to authorise a committee looking into divisions between the country’s two parties. […]
By Konstantin Toropin Military.Com The Department of Defense inspector general has begun an audit of how the military is doing at screening out extremists during enlistment, the latest move in a new push to root out the activity, according to a publicly released memo. The watchdog audit comes […]
Honestly, if someone would just campaign on the numbers and drop the social/culture war stuff they’d have immense support from both “sides.”
I’m not exactly sure how different this is from what goes on now. By Jim Chrisinger, Yahoo Donald Trump and Republicans are shoving America toward authoritarianism. That’s why many of us are shouting about a threat to democracy. Many Americans don’t fear a potential slide into authoritarianism because […]
C.J. Polychroniou,Truthout In the third and final presidential debate of 2016, Donald Trump had signaled that he might not concede the election should he lose to Hillary Clinton. However, he did say to his supporters a day later that he would definitely accept the results of the election […]
By Jimmy Carter, New York Times Mr. Carter was the 39th president of the United States. This article is part of a collection on the events of Jan. 6, one year later. Read more in a note from Times Opinion’s politics editor Ezekiel Kweku in our Opinion Today […]
–One year after the January 6 Trump riots, the coup fears are only bigger, with recent op-eds from Jimmy Carter and Noam Chomsky, as well as warnings from retired generals and many others
Ryan Grim breaks down the content of the NIH emails released by the House Oversight Committee GOP.
–In a completely incoherent rant on Fox News, former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin claims that liberals want to “pound pound pound” the idea of sex into the minds of Americans (???)
Emily Jashinsky examines the impact of populism on the trajectory of both parties.
Golden showers are good for your health? Maybe Sophia Urista was on the right track. –Anti-vaccine lunatic Christopher Keys is now recommending so-called “urine therapy” to treat COVID, a bogus “treatment”
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to another round of heated confrontation between Dr. Anthony Facui and Senator Rand Paul.
What is interesting, however, is that a lot more people from outside the Right seem to be becoming increasingly critical of the PC/woke/cancel whatever trend. It’s not just Alt-Right/Lite, palecon, and Republican folks anymore. You have mainstream entertainers like Harvey and Chappelle, and increasing more people from the […]