Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss a Data for Progress poll that shows Arizona Dems support a primary challenger to Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.
Daniel Marans, Huffington Post reporter, discusses Rep. Jake Auchincloss’ various connections to Big Pharma.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky debate the ethics of using artificial intelligence technology in the Anthony Bourdain documentary.
Krystal and Saagar react to Bill Burr’s comments on CNN and how the media ecosystem works.
By Alexandra Samuel, Wall Street Journal The employees who return to the office after a year of remote work aren’t the employees their bosses remember. They have spent over a year adjusting to a radically different rhythm—both in terms of work and their personal lives. They have shifted […]
A new study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that people in the United States now owe collection agencies a staggering $140 billion due to unpaid medical bills—making healthcare the nation’s largest source of debt in collections. The researchers estimate that in June […]
After President Joe Biden quietly OK’d Donald Trump’s largest arms deal earlier this year, the Biden administration is now defending it in court using ludicrous logic: that it’s unfair to suggest the United Arab Emirates will misuse American weapons just because it has repeatedly done so for years. […]
Ryan Grim breaks down the glaring game of nepotism at the White House with the Ricchetti family.
Emily Jashinsky reacts to President Biden’s nomination of Catherine Lhamon to Department of Education.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky break down the latest updates on the formation of the January 6th commission.
Team Rising discusses Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s reaction to the Texas Dems who contracted COVID on their flight to Washington.
Drew Holden, freelance commentary writer, discusses the MSM’s reluctance to cover Dr. Fauci and the NIH funding gain of function research.
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky reacts to false claims that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was an owner of the place where she bartended.
Trevor Aaronson, reporter for The Intercept, discusses the plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the complicated roles two informants played in catching the perpetrators
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 56 percent of GOP voters said they prefer Donald Trump as their 2024 primary candidate followed by Mike Pence and Ron Desantis. Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss.
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 73 percent of Democratic voters said they’d consider voting for President Joe Biden in the 2024 Democratic Primary. Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky discuss. This survey was conducted online within the United States from July 16 – 17 […]
“One of the best Congresspeople that we have.” He has a very low bar to meet, Kyle. Everyone else in Congress pretty much suck
Zac & Gavin react to “Breaking Points” co-host Krystal Ball (formerly of The Hill’s “Rising”) hilarious response to a cringey tweet from Rep. Ro Khanna.
Krystal and Saagar look into the bombshell NSO leak showing major abuses of spyware technology that targeted Emmanuel Macron and other important figures.
It couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy. Saagar takes down NPR for their recent hit piece on Ben Shapiro and their war on independent voices in media.
Krystal and Saagar respond to Israel pressuring US states to punish Ben & Jerry’s for supporting the BDS movement.
Krystal and Saagar go over the evidence confirming that the FBI completely set up the Gov. Whitmer kidnapping plot.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Rachel Bovard to talk about Biden’s attempts at censorship through Facebook.
Krystal and Saagar provide the details on a huge strike by Frito-Lay workers who are being worked to death by inhumane conditions.
Krystal gives her thoughts on Jeff Bezos’s trip to space and the comments he made afterwards.
Krystal and Saagar look at the lies Dr. Fauci told in his heated exchange with Sen. Rand Paul.
“This is a guy who has committed multiple hate crimes, who chased little black kids down the street shouting “n—–s” more than once, who viciously assaulted two Vietnamese men, who broke another man’s jaw so badly, it had to be wired shut.” By Maureen Callahan New York Post […]
Another capitalist/communist alliance? Antony Sutton would have told you so. From Van Jones Wikipedia entry: “After graduating from law school with his juris doctor in 1993, Jones moved to San Francisco, and according to his own words, “trying to be a revolutionary.” He became affiliated with many left […]
By Andrei Znamenski The paper explores the political and ideological evolution of the mainstream left thought collective in the West. Heavily influenced by the classical Marxian paradigm prior to the 1950s, this collective gradually shifted to the matters of culture and identity between the 1950s and the 1980s. […]
By James Bovard, The American Conservative The January 6 Capitol clash may be the gift that keeps on giving to cynics everywhere. In the coming months, Americans will likely see jaw-dropping bureaucratic debacles, stunning abuses by federal prosecutors, and appalling bloodlust by angry Biden supporters. Perhaps the least […]
By Connor Freeman, Libertarian Institute American imperial policy has sharply trained its sights on Russia and China. Under President Joe Biden, sanctions have been levied against both countries and, along with its allies, the U.S. military, has maintained a near constant, hostile, military presence in both states’ near […]
By Larry Reed, Money Metals Exchange MoneyMetals.Com Nineteenth-century gold miners brought democracy and property rights to Australia, as well as riches. But the history was at times bloody. Historically, the connection between gold and liberty is a potent one. Indeed, it is no exaggeration to assert—if you will […]
Krystal and Saagar talk about the FBI orchestrating the Gov. Whitmer kidnapping plot, a shouting match between Dr. Fauci & Sen. Rand Paul, Israel’s conflict with Ben & Jerry’s, explosive private spyware abuses, Frito-Lay workers fighting inhumane conditions, Jeff Bezos’s trip to space, the media’s newest smear, big […]
By Matt Taibbi National Public Radio complains about a media figure who tells people “what their opinions should be” and uses political “buzzwords” Yesterday’s NPR article, “Outrage As A Business Model: How Ben Shapiro Is Using Facebook To Build An Empire,” is among the more unintentionally funny efforts […]
By David Wiley Prior to the establishment of Brazil’s First Republic in 1889, Brazil built its economy on large-scale single-crop agriculture and the institution of slavery. The transition from empire to republic included the growth of industry in Brazil’s Southeast region, primarily in the states of São Paolo. Minas […]
Jason Stapleton is the host of the “Wealth, Power and Influence podcast. Pete asked Jason to come on to talk about why he feels that libertarians should not only be striving for wealth, power and influence, but to come together to create the circumstances and community that will […]
By Zachary Stieber Epoch Times A sudden jump in the post-COVID-19 vaccination death reports is not correct and was the result of an “error,” according to a U.S. health agency. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday said a passive reporting system it runs with […]
By Paul B Spooner International Terrorist movements were launched under Mikhail Bakunin & the First International led by Karl Marx, but extend well into the 20th Century. This article provides an overview of anarchism’s geopolitical relationships, its theoretical bases, operating organizations, methods and funding, with a focus on […]
Brightline Watch Bright Line Watch June 2021 surveys As the country turns 245 years old, Americans have reasons to worry about the state of their democracy. In June 2021, we surveyed a representative sample of Americans and an expert sample of political scientists on the performance of U.S. […]
Ryan Grim breaks down Thomas Barrack’s complicated relationship with the Trump family.
Ryan Grim and Rachel Bovard react to President Biden’s nomination of Jonathan Kanter to lead antitrust at the DOJ. They also discuss the arrest of Trump ally, Thomas Barrack, for lobbying then-President Trump on behalf of the UAE.
Rachel Bovard reacts to yesterday’s showdown between Dr. Anthony Fauci and Senator Rand Paul.
Team Rising weighs in on Texas Senate Bill 3 and the coverage it has received.
Co-host of The Bad Faith Podcast, Briahna Joy Gray, share her thoughts on the daughter of Merrick Garland being hired as a SCOTUS clerk to Justice Kagan.
Author and activist, Tara Reade and Chicago organizer, Joy Burton discuss marches taking place nationwide to promote Medicare For All.
Ryan Grim and Rachel Bovard weigh in on a Justice Department memo that says inmates whose sentences will extend beyond the pandemic must be brought back to prison. These include inmates who have since gotten jobs and started school since they were sent home last year but still […]
Ryan Grim and Rachel Bovard react to reports that there have been regular conversations between the White House and Fox News regarding the network’s coverage of the pandemic and the vaccines.
By Caitlin Johnstone America has the single worst government in the world. Shut the fuck up about Cuba. Hands off Cuba and regime change America. “Stop saying the US is the worst government on earth! Others are way worse!” Name one. Name one that’s currently doing anything that […]
He came back? How unfortunate for us.
If one hasn’t figured out that voting doesn’t matter by now, they are completely out of the game.