From 2000. By John Pilger, New Statesman Almost two million Cambodians died as a result of Year Zero. John Pilger argues that, without the complicity of the US and Britain, it may never have happened. On 17 April, it is 25 years since Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge entered […]
By Joseph M. Hanneman Epoch Times Ashli Babbitt desperately tried to prevent rioters from vandalizing the doors leading to the Speaker’s Lobby at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, even stepping between one troublemaker and police officers guarding the doors, a video analysis shows. Frame-by-frame video evidence […]
By Vishwam Jamie Heckert When order is presumed to rely upon centralised authority, anarchy is assumed to mean violent chaos. However, anarchists have long argued, and demonstrated, that other forms of order are both possible and beneficial: ecologically, socially and psychologically. While anarchism has been influential in the […]
Kevin Carson is by far the best contemporary left-anarchist economist. His ideas on economics are more or less what I think the dominant mode of production would look like in a world where anarchist movements achieved political hegemony on a cultural and intellectual level. Although, like Noam Chomsky, […]
A reader asks: In the case of the fascist movement in Italy, several early founders were Marxists, so the connection between fascism and a (relatively) developed industrial society may be mostly due to the intellectual crisis among Marxists like Mussolini, who were psychologically impacted by nationalism during WWI. […]
By Joe Matthews, MSN If California is ever going to achieve true equity, the state must require parents to give away their children. Today’s Californians often hold up equity — the goal of a just society completely free from bias — as our greatest value. Gov. Gavin Newsom […]
Kim Iversen explains what ‘The Great Reset’ is.
Author and former presidential candidate Marianne Williamson joins Andrew to talk about the 2024 presidential election, third party dynamics, and her experience as a candidate.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss myocarditis incidence in young men.
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter is predicting the end of Donald Trump’s hegemony in the GOP, saying the former president “is done.”
Russell Miller breaks down the comments he made to Rep. Josh Gottheimer that might have sparked an antisemitism controversy.
‘Nothing will fundamentally change. ‘ -J Biden.
Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, Sanho Tree, explains that despite some leading headlines, smoking weed will not stop you from being infected with COVID-19.
The thing a lot of people don’t understand is you can gain the largest coalition in history on economics. The reason radicalism exists is because there are desperate people who feel there is no alternative. If people felt more financially secure and that they had more control of […]
Deputy opinion editor at Newsweek, Batya Ungar-Sargon, details the problem with mainstream media’s coverage of the Texas synagogue hostage crisis.
It’s funny that in most polls, Desantis is favored over Trump. If they were the only two to run for 2024, DeSantis could actually get the nomination over Trump
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave speculate about the identities of the eight “John Does” who Ghislaine Maxwell has dropped her fight to hide the identities of.
Let us not forget: “We came, we saw, he died!” Followed by maniacal laughter. HRC & MLK were very much on opposing sides
Team Rising discusses Governor Glenn Youngkin’s first few days in office.
He’s not giving up. He’s doing exactly he was elected to do. He protecting the oligarchs that put him 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.
After a week of dominating headlines — from Politico speculation about a 2024 run, to the New York Times Sunday Style’s two page spread — Marianne Williamson revisits Bad Faith podcast to talk about progressive electoral strategy, the future of the Forward Party, the left’s spiritual void and […]
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 Harold Maass, The Week Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is negotiating a plea deal on corruption charges that threaten to tarnish his legacy and force him out of politics for years, The Associated Press reported Sunday, citing a person involved in the talks. A deal could be signed […]
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 Summer Meza The Week his week “will be dominated” by the congressional battle over whether to change filibuster rules to push through Democrats’ voting rights bill, reports Punchbowl News, but there’s an alternative measure that may be picking up steam. Sen. Susan Collins’ (R-Maine) effort to change […]
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 […]
By Grayson Quay The Week Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler (D) said Friday that the Portland Police Bureau has launched an internal investigation into a training slideshow that included comical descriptions of violence against “dirty hippy” protesters, The New York Times reports. “The Portland Police Bureau must reject the harmful […]
By Ken Silva, Epoch Times A defendant in the Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping case has moved to introduce evidence related to the use of federal informants in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Hill breach, arguing that the FBI’s refusal to answer basic questions about such activities demonstrates a […]
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 […]
By Meryl Kornfield Washington Post NEW YORK — In tears, Kailin See recounts a story that would not have been possible just weeks before. A man addicted to heroin, who otherwise would have injected himself alone, visited one of the country’s first authorized locations to use drugs with […]
TELOS Introduction Kenneth D. Johnson Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ethical Leadership Rufus Burrow, Jr. Economic Democracy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Black Church Tradition David D. Daniels III The Radical King: Democratic Socialism, Personal Idealism, Anti-Militarism, and Black Power Gary Dorrien A Friendship in the Prophetic […]
The Nation The Last Steep Ascent New obstacles should not be deplored but welcomed because their presence proves we are closer to the ultimate decision. Martin Luther King Jr. Nothing Would Be More Tragic Than to Turn Back Now This Martin Luther King Day, we should remember that […]
By Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Exactly one hundred years after Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation for them, Negroes wrote their own document of freedom in their own way.” Exactly one hundred years after Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation for them, Negroes wrote their own document […]
The Complicated Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Right’s Revisionism and Deceitful Appropriation of His Message
Proto-Protestant On this Martin Luther King Jr. day we are once more reminded of the massive revisionism taking place within Right-wing circles. I’ve written about this repeatedly and focused deliberately on these points back in 2012 and 2014. This revisionism is something I noticed years ago and was […]
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 […]
Virtually all of history is a heel vs. heel match. By Pedro Gonzalez, Chronicles After he left the Church of Scientology, Hollywood screenwriter Paul Haggis recalled a discussion he had had with his fellow Scientologists. If great leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr. can err, Haggis suggested to […]
Tom Woods Show With all the domestic insanity we’re understandably focused on, it’s easy to neglect what’s happening in foreign policy — Ukraine and Kazakhstan seem so remote to us, after all. But the lizard people could be cooking up a real disaster here, and we need to know […]
Krystal and Saagar break down the latest investigative journalism surrounding the FBI’s manufactured plot to kidnap Michigan Gov Gretchen Whitmer that included multiple double agents
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 Lawrence Lessig, New York Review of Books The self-governing republic works only if it expresses the will of the majority. But one party is now committed to minoritarian rule by any means. The State Department is hosting a democracy summit this week. Representatives from around the world […]
Incidents like this are going to lead to a wave of repression against the homeless. However, as the USA continues to develop a “Third World”-like class system, large numbers of permanently homeless people will become increasingly common. By Larry Celona, Tina Moore, Joe Marino, Steven Vago and Khristina […]
By Kenneth Garger New York Post A UCLA grad student was fatally stabbed by a random maniac while she was working as a consultant at a high-end furniture store in Los Angeles last Thursday, reports said. Brianna Kupfer, 24, was alone and working at Croft House when an […]
International economic sanctions imposed since the Taliban resumed power in Afghanistan in August 2021 have left the country on the brink of collapse. Widespread poverty is forcing an increasing number of desperate Afghans to turn to selling their kidneys to survive, with many unaware of the dangers of […]
The Intercept The normally reserved International Committee of the Red Cross recently made a surprisingly direct statement about the unfolding economic and humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. They said, “Can the international community” — meaning the U.S. — “hold 39 million people hostage to the fact that they do […]