Category: Economics/Class Relations

The Stark Truth: Robert Stark Interviews Keith Preston

Listen to the interview at Counter-Currents.Com Robert Stark welcomes back Keith Preston of Attack the System. Topics include: Keith’s article “Who am I? Left, Right, or Center”: http://attackthesystem.com/2014/02/21/who-am-i-left-right-or-center/ How his anti imperialist views on foreign policy overlap with the far Left as well as Paleoconservative and New Right thinkers How […]

The Surrender of America’s Liberals

In this interview and in a recent article in Harper’s magazine, leftist-socialist commentator Adolph Reed Jr. says about the center-left in the USA what I’ve been saying for years: That’s they’ve become increasingly fixated on pushing cultural politics and getting more folks from traditional outgroups into the ranks […]

Global Capitalism Has Written Off The Human Race

By Paul Craig Roberts Economic theory teaches that free price and profit movements ensure that capitalism produces the greatest welfare for the greatest number. Losses indicate economic activities where costs exceed the value of production, thus investment in these activities is curtailed. Profits indicate economic activities where the […]

The Anarchy Project

By Danny Goldberg The Nation Demonstrators march down Broadway during a May Day rally. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) In The Democracy Project: A History, A Crisis, A Movement (Spiegel & Grau, 2013), David Graeber’s engaging new book on Occupy Wall Street, the author writes of the dismal culture in […]

Women Against The State

Attack the System Women Against the State February 1, 2014 A panel discussion with M.K. Lords, Becky Belding, Trista Rundatz, and Keith Preston about gender issues in the libertarian milieu, and wider issues facing the libertarian and anarchist movements. Topics include: Topics include: Why anti-state movements attract more […]

Dr. Pangloss, Free Trader

By Pat Buchanan “We’ve outsourced our manufacturing and much of our pollution, but some of it is blowing back across the Pacific to haunt us.” So says University of California scientist Steve Davis. Smog from Chinese factories has already saturated cities like Beijing, where residents go about in […]

The Return of Debtors Prisons

The Daily Mail The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that debtors’ prisons are unconstitutional – but that has done little to stop some judges from jailing people because they cannot pay their court fines. In an troubling development straight out of a Charles Dickens novel, indigent defendants […]

The Shantytowns Of Silicon Valley

The American Conservative is now the most left-wing of any mainstream or semi-mainstream publication in the United States. The American Conservative Charlotte Allen has a dynamite piece in The Weekly Standard, taking a tour of Silicon Valley and observing the stark wealth and class divide there — a […]

Surviving the Economic Collapse

The Daily Bell Introduction: Ron Holland is a contributing editor to several newsletters dealing with political and investing topics and author of several books, including Escape the Pension Trap. Originally from North Carolina, Ron lived in Geneva from 2003 to 2004 and divided his time between the US and Europe until […]

Once Again—Death of the Liberal Class

Chris Hedges Alexis Gravel (CC-BY-ND) By Chris Hedges The presidential election exposed the liberal class as a corpse. It fights for nothing. It stands for nothing. It is a useless appendage to the corporate state. It exists not to make possible incremental or piecemeal reform, as it originally […]