Derek Chauvin trial | Day 10

Testimony continued in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in George Floyd’s death. A medical expert testified Thursday that Floyd died from a low level of oxygen that damaged his brain and caused […]


The neocons have already created a “new popular front” by recolonizing the Democrats, co-opting the left, and embedding themselves in Trumpism, while retaining the support of the Republican donor class and MIC. Their hegemony is now further reaching than it ever was. Although a big difference between now […]

Who owns the world?

By Kevin Cahill, New Stateman The Queen, the family of the actress Nicole Kidman, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and the media tyco The world relative to its human population is quite large. It is 123 billion acres in size, of which 37 billion acres are land. This […]

Why Does Ukraine Want War?

By Andrew Korybko, One World Ukraine wants war with Russia due to a combination of domestic and international factors, but such a scenario would be disastrous for the Eastern European country and only serve the interests of some members of the political elite and their foreign patrons. The […]

Is Racism Moral Now?

“Whiteness is a public health crisis. It shortens life expediencies, it pollutes air, it constricts equilibrium, it devastates forests, it melts ice caps, it sparks (and funds) wars, it flattens dialects, it infests consciousnesses, and it kills people . . . ” —Damon Young, New York Times contributor […]

The Art of the New Racism

By K. Lloyd Billingsley, Independent Institute “Certain San Francisco artists may receive $1,000 a month under a new city program, the latest in a series of universal basic income initiatives cropping up in cities across California,” writes Faith Pinho of Anybody eager for the extra $1000 might […]

MIC America Great Again?

By K. Lloyd Billingsley, Independent Institute “Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action, so that no potential aggressor may be tempted to risk his own destruction,” said President Dwight Eisenhower, in his televised farewell address on January 17, 1961. Gen. Eisenhower led the forces that took […]

Rising Debt Means a Weaker Dollar

By Stefan Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Americans appear to be growing more concerned about the skyrocketing national debt level – officially $28.1 trillion and counting. The Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s monthly Fiscal Confidence Index recently shed five points, dropping to a level of 47, in the wake of […]

Matthias Küntzel on the Iran Deal and Germany

By TELOS Press On The Caravan Podcast at the Hoover Institution, Russell Berman talks with political scientist Matthias Küntzel about the potential return of the United States to the Iran Deal, Germany’s long-standing special relationship with Iran, anti-Americanism in Europe, and the anti-Semitism of the Iranian regime. Listen […]

Twenty Years of the War on Terror

By Hunter Derensis, The American Conservative Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism, by Scott Horton (The Libertarian Institute: 2021), 330 pages. We’re approaching the 20th anniversary of the Global War on Terror when the George W. Bush administration made the decision to ruin the 21st […]