Saagar looks at the debates surrounding natural immunity that have been banned by big tech platforms as part of the latest messaging failure by public health officials
Krystal and Saagar take a deep dive into the forces leading to the stock market tanking, in particular the situation involving China’s real estate market which might sound familiar to many Americans
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds that only 20 percent of voters believe the pandemic will end within the next year. Ryan Grim and Alyssa Farah discuss.
Ryan Grim and Alyssa Farah discuss video showing that San Francisco Mayor London Breed publicly violated the city’s strict mask mandate.
I live in Virginia, and this is the lamest “contest” possible between a corporate Democrat and a corporate Republican. If you are in Virginia and must vote, I’d recommend Princess Blanding, a mildly anti-establishment liberal. Julia Manchester, Political Reporter at The Hill, explains what the results of the […]
This guy needs to be the Attorney-General. by Ryan Alexander-Tanner The NIB In 18 months, Chesa Boudin has introduced a huge shift in how San Francisco’s carceral system operates. Can he keep it up? READ MORE
Whatever one’s views on abortion, I think overturning Roe v. Wade will help pan-secessionism because it will provide liberals and the left with one less reason to cling to the federal government and conservatives and the right with less reason to cling to the GOP while escalating polarization […]
Congress is such a joke. Ryan Grim explains why Senate Democrats can and should subvert the Senate Parliamentarian’s guidance on including immigration reform in the $3.5T budget resolution.
Alyssa Farah details the Biden administration’s recent COVID-19 policy that limits the access some Americans will have to monoclonal antibody treatment.
When Tulsi was running for Prez, I thought she was the best of any of the major party candidates on foreign policy, although she was still too hawkish for my tastes, as this segment indicates. My second favorite candidate was Marianne Williamson, because I thought she was 2nd […]
By Peter Zeihan on September 21, 2021 The French are continuing to make their outrage over last week’s AUKUS submarine deal—and the subsequent cancellation of a pending Franco-Australian submarine supply deal—plain for all to see. IIn addition to withdrawing ambassadors from the United States and Australia (news outlets before […]
Krystal and Saagar talk about the future of Roe vs Wade, stock market tanking, the looming debt ceiling fight in congress, SF Mayor caught maskless, America’s childhood obesity crisis, the science behind natural immunity, Democrats’ tax policy, congressional gridlock with David Sirota, and more! Timestamps: Roe vs Wade: […]
By Ruth Kinna Sometimes vilified, often misunderstood, rarely taught in universities, anarchism is a political philosophy and social movement that’s far removed from today’s mainstream politics. But it was and remains a powerful motivator. Political theorist Ruth Kinna talks us through the best books to read to get […]
Marxists.Org Source: Choix de Lettres de Louis-Ferdinand Céline, edited by Henri Godard and Jean-Paul Louis. Paris, Bibliotheque de la Pléaide, 2009; Translated: for marxists.org by Mitchell Abidor; CopyLeft: Creative Commons (Attribute & ShareAlike) marxists.org 2012. (After the fascist riots of February 6, 1934 the great novelist Louis-Ferdinand Céline […]
Mirko Draca of CAGE at the University of Warwick discusses the political polarisation that has emerged over the past few years over issues such as climate change and immigration. Survey data reveal the existence of left-wing and right-wing anarchist types from the late-1980s onwards, but both types appear […]
These guys appear to be an actual on-the-ground, pan-anarchist, pan-secessionist movement. And whether left-wing anarchists like these guys or not, left-wing anarchists who are developing mutual aid networks of their own or creating separatist movements like CHAZ are in the club as well. I suspect that as pan-secessionist […]
Excerpts from an essay by Robert Anton Wilson (1932–2007), writing as Ronald Weston, that appeared in rogerSPARK magazine (Chicago, May 1969). Robert Anton Wilson served as co-editor of the magazine Balanced Living in 1962. Balanced Living was founded by Ralph Borsodi, author of This Ugly Civilization. Wilson was […]
The term “anarchist” seems to be used overly broadly in this article, even by my standards, and I suspect “populist” would be a better term than “anarchist.” But it’s an interesting article nevertheless. by University of Warwick Politics should no longer be divided between “left-wing” and “right-wing” because […]
By Marina Sitrin, Dissent Many popular movements around the world today oppose hierarchy and embrace direct democracy. This is a spirit that we should applaud and help to flourish. There is not much of a global anarchist movement today. At the same time, since the 1990s, many popular […]
A debate on anarchism appeared in Dissent, which is a social democratic magazine, a few years ago. This is the anti-anarchist perspective. By Sheri Berman Anarchists are better dreamers than doers. A successful movement requires compromise, organization, and leadership to actually get things done. What are the uses […]
Well over 30 years ago, I came to the view that the only way to stop massacres carried out by the US or by proxies armed, funded, or trained by the US, would be to abolish the US government itself. And that seems to be becoming more of […]
I was frankly hoping this would be bigger. Solidarity with all prisoners, irrespective of who they are or what they did. Krystal and Saagar react to the fake Capitol rally staged by feds and the mainstream media over the weekend and what it reflects about the national security […]
Russiagate demonstrated that liberals and leftists are just as prone to far-fetched conspiracy theories as fans of Donald Trump or Alex Jones. Krystal and Saagar are joined by journalist Glenn Greenwald who explains why the media will never admit to their Russiagate lies and the similarities it poses […]
Company towns are making a comeback. My general view is that pan-secessionism will look a lot like what space colonization would look like. In both cases, there would be fiefdoms established by oligarchs, but there would also be utopian colonies and communities, ranging from religious and ethnically oriented […]
Krystal and Saagar deliver the newest news about booster shots amidst a bureaucratic battle between the FDA and other public health officials about their efficacy
Krystal looks at how the Biden border crisis exposes the hypocrisy of both parties and the dysfunction of America’s immigration system
Not more of this guy. Krystal and Saagar weigh in on Beto O’Rourke’s decision to run for governor in Texas and why this campaign might not fare so well for him
Saagar provides an update on the indictment of Hillary Clinton’s former lawyer and how this story reflects the massive fraud at the heart of Russiagate
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds that 70 percent of all voters would take a COVID vaccine booster shot if was offered to them.
This is a masterpiece. Every second, an artist’s stroke.
Hill Correspondent, Reid Wilson, discusses the divide between the most heavily populated and the least populated counties in America.
By Kirsten Mortensen What if leading healthcare “experts” are psychologically motivated to generate widespread suffering? Photo by Samuel Ramos on Unsplash If you’ve ever heard of the psychological disorder Munchausen Syndrome, you have probably also heard of a related disorder called Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, defined as a mental health problem in […]
Ryan Grim and Alyssa Farah weigh in on the new details surrounding the December assassination of Iran’s top scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
Team Rising reacts to the less-than-expected turnout at the ‘Justice for J6’ rally.
Ryan Grim breaks down the complicated process behind Democrats’ efforts to pass the $3.5T budget resolution.
Alyssa Farah details the Biden administration’s response to what may be their worst week thus far.
Veteran and Senate candidate, Lucas Kunce, joins Ryan Grim and Alyssa Farah to weigh in on the Pentagon’s announcement that an airstrike in Kabul was a “tragic mistake.”
Krystal and Saagar discuss the fake Capitol rally full of feds, the military’s drone strike admission, Beto’s decision to run for Texas Gov, FDA rejecting booster shots, Amazon taking over your town, Biden’s border crisis, Hillary lawyer indicted for Russiagate, media lies during Russiagate with Glenn Greenwald, and […]
By Nick Pinto, The Intercept Two years of fearmongering over criminal justice reform led to a humanitarian crisis at the notorious New York City jails. Jail officials knew that state legislators were going to be touring Rikers Island on September 13. But if they made any effort to […]
By Peter Zeihan on September 20, 2021 The United States and United Kingdom have shouldered out the French in a deal to supply submarines to Australia. And not just any submarines, potentially nuclear–powered submarines. France was poised to ink a deal worth more than $65 billion for sale of […]
By Robert Davis, Invisible People A federal court declared that people experiencing homelessness have a right to personal property, including bulky items like mattresses and carts. In a 2-1 decision, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld an injunction preventing The City of Los Angeles from discarding large, […]
By Triumph Kerins The McGill International Review Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed a proliferation of conspiracy theories. While it may seem peculiar, this recent rise in conspiratorial thinking follows a historically significant trend: conspiracy theories often take hold during periods of societal crisis, […]
By Shiho Fukada, Keith Bedford Photojournalist and filmmaker team Keith Bedford and Shiho Fukada are married. They met in New York. Fukada is originally from Japan and started to miss her family when they were living in New York with their young son. Fukada and Bedford wanted him […]
By Caitlin Johnstone, Consortium News If you’re skeptical of Western power structures and you’ve ever engaged in online political debate for any length of time, the following has definitely happened to you. You find yourself going back and forth with one of those high-confidence, low-information establishment types who’s […]
By Conor Sen, Bloomberg Plentiful new jobs at higher wages in places with cheaper housing sounds like a solution to inequality. The campaign against economic inequality has put a bullseye on cities. Local governments are encouraged to raise minimum wages, change their zoning laws and build more housing, […]
It’s rather amusing to hear “progressives” (including some “anarchists”) attacking Nicki Minaj for being an anti-vaxxer the same way conservatives would have attacked her for being a ho 40 years ago (and probably still do). Today’s “social progressives” are the new “social conservatives.” In every generation, you have […]
By Eli Yokley Morning Consult Fewer than 1 in 5 Democrats and Republicans defined their parties in policy terms while roughly two-thirds referenced various values. Republicans were most likely to use some iteration of the word “freedom,” while the largest share of Democrats talked about “people.” Republican voters […]
View the report as a PDF By Eric Plutzer and Michael Berkman The McCourtney Institute for Democracy As it became clear that Democrats would win control of the U.S. House of Representatives, pundits immediately began explaining the “Blue Wave.” Some said it was rooted in concerns that President Trump was leading the […]
By Caitlin Johnstone The Pentagon has finally admitted to the long-obvious fact that it killed ten Afghan civilians, including seven children, in an airstrike in Kabul last month. In an article with the obscenely propagandistic title “Pentagon acknowledges Aug. 29 drone strike in Afghanistan was a tragic mistake […]