I’ve noticed this change of terminology as well.
It’s funny how left and right are respectively blaming capitalism and socialism for the Texas blackout.
Research shows that political junkies are less than 15-20% of the US population. They’re just the most vocal, and often concentrated in sectors with a larger than average platform. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti discuss new Suffolk University polls showing the public view on QAnon.
Today’s news in the McCarthyism/Satanic Panic of the 2020s. Team Rising discusses the suspension of Mike Pesca’s podcast, The Gist, over comments he made on Slack.
By Christopher Caldwell, Mises Institute American society today is divided by party and by ideology in a way it has perhaps not been since the Civil War. I have just published a book that, among other things, suggests why this is. It is called The Age of Entitlement: […]
Talk about an understatement.
The public and pundits alike are still processing the most recent election, but this much we know: 2020 marks the most diverse Congress in American history, and President Trump garnered more minority voters in 2020 than in 2016. As Georgia faces two runoff elections, which will determine which […]
Coca-Cola accused of telling employees to ‘be LESS WHITE’ in training course by critical race theory peddler DiAngelo
Is it not obvious that this is merely the latest ruling class tool with which to stir up resentment against minorities and/or incite minorities against whites, while encouraging all to ignore the system that is their common enemy? Russia Today Coca-Cola is facing a major backlash for allegedly […]
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.
Alexis Grenall, political consultant and columnist at The Nation, joins Emma Vigeland to discuss her view that Joe Biden should be out last president and that the United States should move to a parliamentary system. Read the full article by Alexis Grenall at https://www.thenation.com/article/pol…
00:00 Tracing wokeism’s origins to mid-century postmodernism 14:14 Determining the right historical narrative on race 34:38 Do progressives have a problem confronting their own racism? 48:10 What can and can’t be said about the 2020 election 1:02:55 Can the insurrectionists be defended? 1:13:13 Biden vs. Trump on critical […]
At least they’re not Kristolites. –Unfortunately, the radical extremist wing of the Republican Party in 2021 may be too big too fail, with a high portion of current Republicans believing absolutely ridiculous conspiracy theories
A pretty good pro and con discussion on Marcuse.
By Brendan O’Neil, Spiked Online I’m glad sections of the left find the free-speech crisis so funny. Or ‘free-speech crisis’, as they always put it, those sarky quote marks signaling their skepticism towards the idea that there’s a censorship problem on campus and elsewhere in society. ‘Freeze peach!’, […]
By Ally Marie McLean The problems a nation that would otherwise be independent suffers under the globalist system which is currently consolidating its power, a state which would otherwise be independent suffers under the yoke of the Union. That is to say, the Union is on the national […]
By Matt Taibbi Rush Limbaugh, who died of lung cancer yesterday, was once a top-40 DJ who broadcast under the name “Jeff Christie” at KQV in Pittsburgh: Listen to “Jeff’s” rollicking intro for “Don’t You Worry ’bout a Thing” by Stevie Wonder. The man who would become infamous […]
The short answer: “Hell, no!” So far the responses to Limbaugh’s death have been more or less along the lines of the following: Foxtard “conservatives”: “If only Rush has lived 2000 years earlier, he could have been one of Christ’s apostles.” Mainstream neoliberals: “He was talented and did […]
But is it really a “conspiracy” if it is out in the open? John writes in to ask how a global conspiracy can function and how it can be kept under wraps. Good question. Join James for this week’s edition of Questions For Corbett where he tackles the […]
So is this the 2021 version of “Freedom Fries”? This should make for some good mud wrestling contests in Congress.
Kristolite stooge David French is getting worried that the Empire is cracking up. By Thomas Koenig, MerionWest.Com On February 15th, Thomas Koenig was joined by David French to discuss his latest book, Divided We Fall: America’s Secession Threat and How to Restore Our Nation, which was released in […]
Limbaugh was never anything more than a used car salesman with a big mouth. I’ve seen a lot of libertarian-leaning people paying tribute to the guy by pointing out his supposed libertarian inclinations or his platforming of libertarian writers and scholars. That calls for clarification. Rush Limbaugh was […]
The FOX/neocon vs. Newsmax/Trumpist feud is awesome.
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.
Every political interest group there is should form its own sanctuary zones.
Impeach all these shitheads, Democrats and Republicans.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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.
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).
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.
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 Derrick Broze Friends, So I have had some weeks to reflect on what happened on January 6 at the Capitol. I have watched countless hours of footage, podcasts, heard what the MSM and the indy media, and conservative media had to say. My conclusion: While describing it […]
Between her and Gretchen Whitmer, the evidence is overwhelming that bitchiness is bipartisan. By Scott Shackford, Reason After turning to the courts to stop voters from legalizing recreational marijuana in South Dakota, Gov. Kristi Noem says she’ll also veto attempts by lawmakers to give voters what they’ve demanded. […]
So what if he did? It was about the goofiest and most limp-dicked “insurrection” in history.
Saagar Enjeti analyzes various reasons life-long Republicans are leaving the GOP.
One thing I find particularly interesting is some leftists continue to deny that “cancel culture” even exists, including ones who have actually been canceled. It’s like the French radicals or old Bolsheviks who defended the regime right up until the moment they were ordered to the guillotine or […]
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti discuss new NBC News polls showing low support for QAnon.