In a video shared on social media Friday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) played a series of shocking death threats left against her on voicemail.
An eminent Marxist scholar recognizes that many of the criticisms I have voiced of the Left over the past 20 years are correct.
By Amy Littlefield, The Nation If Supreme Court rules as expected, a group of committed abortion rights supporters is ready to fight to “liberate abortion.” Jessy Rosales stood in front of the Supreme Court Building on Wednesday, holding a yellow circle printed with the words “I had an […]
By Michael T. Klare, The Nation What’s happening between China and Taiwan should put those of us who fear a major outbreak of war on high alert. When the Department of Defense released its annual report on Chinese military strength in early November, one claim generated headlines around […]
By Samuel Goldman The Week Americans love courts. Despite the jokes about sending attorneys to the bottom of the sea, legal disputes and judicial decisions play an outsize role in the national imagination, as they have for centuries. In Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville noted “[t]here is virtually […]
By W. James Antle III The Week If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade (1973), it will be a major victory for former President Donald Trump if he chooses to run again in 2024. Yes, those are two big ifs. But social conservatives have a relationship with Republican presidents […]
By W. James Antle III The Week Rep. Nancy Mace is frequently in the news. On Thursday, it was the apparently sudden exit of her chief of staff and campaign manager. And for much of the week, the libertarian-ish South Carolina Republican has been feuding with the wilder and […]
By Andrew Sullivan The case for returning the abortion question to politics. There is no question, it seems to me, that abortion is an issue where the burden on women vastly outweighs the burden on men. Up to nine months of carrying and then caring for an infant […]
Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — The omicron variant of COVID-19, which had been undetected in the U.S. before the middle of this week, had been discovered in at least five states by the end of Thursday, showing yet again how mutations of the virus can circumnavigate the […]
By Jack Phillips Epoch Times Exiting Chancellor Angela Merkel announced on Dec. 2 that Germany will lock down unvaccinated people as top officials also signaled that they would back plans for mandatory vaccinations in the coming months. Merkel said individuals who aren’t vaccinated for COVID-19 will be excluded […]
Apparently, Maupin is now where I was around 15 years ago. I was never a Marxist-Leninist, always an anarchist, with a focus on the state rather than class determinism. But other than that, I pretty much had the same views as Caleb for a good number of years, […]
A Tucson police officer has been fired after he was accused of shooting a shoplifting suspect in a wheelchair nine times, killing him, after the man brandished a knife, authorities said. The video, released by the Tucson Police Department, shows the fatal confrontation between Officer Ryan Remington and […]
By Alessandra Galloni, Reuters Dec 2 (Reuters) – The Omicron variant of COVID-19 could slow global economic growth by exacerbating supply chain problems and depressing demand, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told the Reuters Next conference on Thursday. Yellen cited a great deal of uncertainty about the impact […]
By Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox From the ancient world to modern times, the class of small property owners have constituted the sine qua non of democratic self-government. But today this class is under attack by what Aristotle described as an oligarchia, an unelected power elite that controls […]
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NatConTalk Episode 15. Special Edition: Yoram Hazony on “The Capitol Riot.” NatConTalk is produced by the Edmund Burke Foundation and White House Writers Group. You can find out more about EBF’s national conservatism project at nationalconservatism.org.
By Joel Kotkin Clobbered from all sides by the pandemic, climate change and disruptions in virtually every industry by the rise of artificial intelligence, the capitalist dream is dying — and a new, mutant form of socialism is growing in its place. In the US, perhaps it’s no […]
By K. Lloyd Billingsley, American Thinker While under anesthetic for a colonoscopy on November 19, Joe Biden handed the reins of power to Kamala Harris, for 85 minutes the most powerful person in the world. That same Friday, a Wisconsin jury declared accused murderer Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty […]
By Alvaro Vargas Llosa, The Hill We keep hearing that supply-chain disruptions are causing the “temporary” price inflation that has become the hot topic of conversation. All sorts of public enemies are being blamed for the disruptions, including, according to President Biden, those who are manipulating the markets […]
By Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness The media’s blatant lies amount to racial arson. Both Wisconsin towns, Kenosha, and Waukesha, about 50 miles apart by car, were the recent sites of multiple deaths. The violence in both made national news. Yet in contradictory ways both reflected the common themes of […]
By Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Andrew S. Curran New York Review of Books In 1741, Bordeaux’s Royal Academy of Sciences held an essay contest searching for the origin of “blackness.” The results help us see how Enlightenment thinkers justified chattel slavery. In 1712 King Louis XIV of France signed […]
By Joshua Doggrell Chronicles There was a very odd occurrence in the “Cradle of the Confederacy” in July 1987: Presidential aspirant and civil rights activist Jesse Jackson paid a visit to the Montgomery, Alabama, home of George Corley Wallace. It had been 126 years since Jefferson Davis stood […]
By Alexander Riley, Chronicles Guillaume Faye: Truths and Tributes by Pierre Krebs, Robert Steuckers, and Pierre-Émile Blairon Arktos Media 210 pp., $27.50 La puissance et la foi: Essais de théologie politique by Alain de Benoist PG de Roux 336 pp., EUR$39.00 I stumbled upon the writing of Alain […]
By By F. Cooper Adamo Chronicles When Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn wrote his 1974 book Leftism: From de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse, he dedicated it to “the Noble Memory of Armand Tuffin, Marquis de la Rouërie.” Tuffin was a French aristocrat born in 1751, and one […]
The weakening of the American regime provides many opportunities for anti-imperialist struggles and the creation of startup societies now that the global hegemon is in decline, and the domestic regime is experiencing decline as well. Meanwhile, I suspect the long-term effect of recent anti-police uprisings will be a […]
Elise Swain, photo editor at The Intercept, discusses the detainment of Abdulqadir Al Madhfari first by the United States, then by the United Arab Emirates.
Team Rising discusses reporting from The Intercept about Pfizer’s efforts to kill a law making it easier for corporate whistleblowers to come forward.
Team Rising reacts to a new wave of endorsements from President Trump.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave debate potential 2024 matchups.
Historian Andres Pertierra explains the origins of current protests in Cuba
The Daily Poster’s Andrew Perez details his reporting that corporate lobbying groups are pressing the biden administration not to reform the Supreme Court.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Daily Poster journalist Walker Bragman to go over how real estate money has influenced NY Gov Kathy Hochul as part of an ongoing collaborative series
By Aaron Sankin, Dhruv Mehrotra for Gizmodo, Surya Mattu, and Annie Gilbertson The Markup Between 2018 and 2021, more than one in 33 U.S. residents were potentially subject to police patrol decisions directed by crime prediction software called PredPol. The company that makes it sent more than 5.9 […]
By Michael Warren David, Spectator World Meet the new generation of social conservatives, not necessarily religious but trying to be good men. Every day around noon, a white pickup truck comes barreling down my street. It’s one of those big-boy toys: jacked-up suspension, aftermarket muffler, turbo…the works. It’s […]
By Jennifer Schuessler New York Times One August night in 2020, David Graeber — the anthropologist and anarchist activist who became famous as an early organizer of Occupy Wall Street — took to Twitter to make a modest announcement. “My brain feels bruised with numb surprise,” he wrote, […]
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll reveals how Americans define “fully vaccinated.” The survey was conducted online within the United States from November 29-30 among 924 registered voters by Harris X.
Krystal and Saagar cover the claim made by Alec Baldwin ahead of his first primetime interview since the tragedy on the Rust film set that he did not pull the trigger that killed a woman
Kim Iversen discusses the media coverage of the charges against accused school shooter, Ethan Crumbley.
Krystal and Saagar break down the new coronavirus travel guidelines implemented by the Biden administration in response to the Omicron variant being detected in the United States
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the announcement that Symone Sanders will be leaving the Biden Administration.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by economist and researcher Amory Gethin to look at how cultural divides caused by education have weakened class politics in America and elsewhere
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave react to Dr. Fauci’s most recent appearance at a CNN global town hall.
Krystal and Saagar follow up on their coverage of the Chris Cuomo situation at CNN now that he has been suspended for aiding his brother’s response to sexual misconduct claims
Journalist Glenn Greenwald details the newest round of criticism facing Dr. Fauci regarding NIH-funded experimentation on animals.
Krystal and Saagar cover the newly revealed story from the 2020 Presidential campaign that Trump knowingly had covid and went into a debate with Biden anyway
Team Rising breaks down yesterday’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court.
Saagar breaks down the significance of Twitter for our current media environment now that the new CEO of the company has created rules that could damage journalism in a major way
Robby Soave details ASU students’ efforts to bar Kyle Rittenhouse from attending school there.
Krystal and Saagar cover how the Women’s Tennis Association has responded to China disappearing tennis star Peng Shuai with defiance in contrast to the Wall Street tycoons who bend the knee
Ryan Grim makes the case against further U.S. intelligence intervention in Latin America.