By Matt Taibbi A major untold story of the Trump era has been the political comeback of the CIA, NSA, and FBI, who thanks to an ingenious marketing campaign now enjoy widespread support among young liberals. On The Young Turks the other night, during a segment called — […]
Saagar breaks down the new policy proposal from the IRS that would target ordinary Americans’ bank accounts and let billionaires off the hook for their shady financial transactions
By Zachary Stieber Epoch Times New York and three other states have signed a pact to share information on guns used in crimes. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and three other Democrats—Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy—announced the partnership (pdf) […]
Team Rising debates a new BOP policy that is raising serious questions about prisoners’ right to privacy.
By Scott Newman, National Public Radio It’s neither a bird nor a plane, but a winged microchip as small as a grain of sand that can be carried by the wind as it monitors such things as pollution levels or the spread of airborne diseases. The tiny microfliers, […]
Krystal and Saagar make light of the new reports surrounding the illegal spying on Americans conduced by ex-CIA and NSA employees for foreign governments in exchange for large payments
Rachel Bovard breaks down the ongoing investigation into the January 6 Capitol breach.
National security reporter Spencer Ackerman on 9/11, mass surveillance at home, and failed wars abroad. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the United States invaded and occupied two countries, bombed four others, helped create 21 million refugees and cause over 800,000 deaths, and spent over $6 trillion […]
Ryan Grim, Alyssa Farah and Kim Iversen discuss a website created to help enforce the Texas “heartbeat bill,” which bans abortions after 6 weeks.
Glenn Greenwald explains how the Obama administration forced Edward Snowden to take permanent residence in Russia in order to smear him.
Speak of the devil. Here it comes. Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Alyssa Farah react to the FBI’s use of spy planes to surveil civilians.
China LIMITS Video Game Time To 3 HOURS Per Week, Weekends Only. Surveillance State On Full Display?
I’ve seen a lot of social conservatives and some leftists cheering this. Bad idea, folks. China’s surveillance state and social credit system is a test market for the kind of system the global power elite wants to impose everywhere. Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Alyssa Farah respond to […]
Saagar and guest host Marshall Kosloff examine the decision made by China to crack down on video games and influencers and whether it will benefit the regime or not.
Kim Iversen explains why a collaboration between the U.S. government and big tech is concerning.
Yet another step toward Civil War Two. Ryan Grim, Alyssa Farah and Kim Iversen discuss the whistleblower website created to enforce the Texas “heartbeat bill.”
Kim Iversen compares vaccine mandates to the social credit system in China.
Krystal and guest host Kyle Kulinski react to Edward Snowden’s harsh criticism of Apple’s new plan to monitor photos.