By Sarah Imgrund – Liberty University Attempts to sanction scholars for their speech, research or teaching practices has skyrocketed since 2015, with about three in four campaigns leading to some form of professional sanction — including termination — according to a new report by the Foundation for Individual […]
By Simon Sellars Consider the spatial imagery in Ballard’s work. It is often predicated on a vocabulary of secession, a quasi-revolutionary zeal mediated not so much by hard rhetoric or ideology, but by a concealed network of colonies, anomalous regions and virtual city-states, often metaphoric in nature and analogous […]
The discussion that follows this article is interesting. Anarchist News from Libertarian Labyrinth Constructing Anarchisms: Definitions, Pluralism, Anarchy More Notes for a Preface The Difficulty of Defining Terms One of the ideas driving Constructing Anarchisms has been the notion that “anarchy” and “anarchism” mark problems that it is […]
Rhyd Wildermuth Gods and Radicals I. An Unfortunate Coincidence In August of last year, I received a terrifying email from a journalist: I’m reaching out to you because Mr. Michael Reinoehl, who is a person of interest in the shooting Saturday night, is registered to vote at XXXXXXX […]
Big pharma CEOs are buying a few more Carribean islands…..for their pets
As the old saying goes: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” The modern version: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then they move the goal posts .”
“The vaccine should be tested on politicians first. If they survive, the vaccine is safe. If they don’t, then the country is safe.” — Monika Wiśniewska
Peter Zeihan’s Sinoskepticism is a welcome counter-voice to the present efforts by the US power elite to develop a cold war with China. By Peter Zeihan on September 16, 2021 Concerns are rising over Chinese dominance in the realm of rare earths metals processing. This is a problem that […]
Fine News China’s recently announced the expansion of a special economic zone in Shenzhen as part of plans to further business links with Hong Kong, including its financial sector. The Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone will grow from around 15 square kilometers to over 120 […]
by Alexander Chipman Koty ASEAN Briefing ndonesia is set to open two new special economic zones (SEZs) in the island city of Batam after President Joko Widodo recently approved the decision. The new zones aim to develop a number of industries in Batam, with an emphasis on the […]
Krystal and Saagar break down the California recall results and their broader implications, new polling data on Biden’s covid approval, devastating testimony in the Nassar case, ex-CIA agents spying on Americans, the Nicki Minaj twitter saga, AOC’s controversial Met Gala dress, Gen. Milley’s serious norms violation, pharma backed […]
Bookchin’s classic is available online. By Murray Bookchin This book stands on its own ground and projects a coherent theory of social ecology that is independent of the conventional wisdom of our time. But we all stand on the shoulders of others if only in terms of the […]
Futurism Acclaimed musician Claire “Grimes” Boucher posted a TikTok video on Wednesday night in which she returned to one of her favorite pastimes: overpromising what artificial intelligence can provide to society. “I have a proposition for the communists,” she said in the video. “Typically, most of the communists […]
Reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States will be looking at its relationship with Pakistan in the coming weeks, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday, to formulate what role Washington would want it play in the future of Afghanistan. In the first public hearing in Congress about Afghanistan since last month’s collapse […]
Third Parties can be viable if we implement ranked-choice voting nationwide.
At this rate she’ll be attending a Bilderberg conference soon.
I keep forgetting, just how old Trump really is. Especially considering his health and behavior, he could die any time, and when that happens the conspiracy theories are gonna be nuts.
I’m pretty sure the narrative of the mainstream media is, “no matter who the president is or how they do it pulling out of a war is a tragedy.” Sure would be nice if our generals undercut our presidents when they, I don’t know, do illegal wars and […]
“I lie when I’m cornered.” That is to say, he lies when it actually matters.
Tommy Salmons is the host of the Year Zero podcast and a contributor at LibertarianInstitute.org Tommy and Pete have a discussion about things that are normally not discussed in libertarian circles like family, tradition, cultural preferences and the results of democracy.
Matt King is a military vet and the creator of the short documentary Homage to Cheran (HTC) which is available on YouTube. Pete and Stateless Productions used a clip from HTC in their documentary The Monopoly On Violence. Pete wanted to talk to Matt about his experiences in […]
Elbridge Colby, co-founder of The Marathon Initiative, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Strategy and Force Development at the Defense Department, and author of The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in an Age of Great Power Conflict, joins The Realignment to discuss the War on Terror’s legacy, how great […]
Krystal and Saagar cover the latest news surrounding the FBI investigation of Hunter Biden after Antony Blinken was confronted about it by a congressman
Krystal and Saagar respond to the criticisms of booster shots leveled by former top FDA officials in the Biden administration
Krystal and Saagar look at Dr. Fauci’s push for vaccines to be required for airline travel and how the American people might respond to it
Saagar delivers an update on the Jeffrey Epstein connections to elites, specifically related to the advisory services he received from Steve Bannon and the lawsuit against Prince Andrew
Krystal and Saagar look at the GOP’s prospects of defeating Newsom on the day of the California recall election and Trump’s renewed calls of election fraud on the eve of the contest
Krystal and Saagar break down the new grift from former Kamala staffers where they get demand payment to ensure CEOs that they will not be cancelled for being insufficiently woke
Krystal reviews the new documents showing that Facebook gave elites protection from the tech giant’s content moderation guidelines
Krystal and Saagar are joined by Derek Thompson to better understand why Americans are dying at record rates and what can be done to reverse this troubling trend
On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds 51 percent of voters said President Biden was right to criticize unvaccinated Americans. Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss.
Briahna Joy Gray, Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss whether the pandemic has permanently changed the way Americans think about the public safety net.
English language editor for Haiti Liberté, Kim Ives, details the case against Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry, after a prosecutor announced he would be indicted in the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.
Team Rising reacts to Gavin Newsom’s victory against Larry Elder in California’s gubernatorial recall election, and debates the implications for the upcoming 2022 midterms.
Robby Soave makes the case for waiving pandemic restrictions for everyone, not just the celebrity class
So far, the Biden administration seems to be as deranged as the Trump administration, but not yet as bad as the Bush administration. Kudos to Rand Paul for calling Blinken out on this. Kim Iversen sounds the alarm on the United States’ use of secretive drone warfare after […]
The progressives are showing that their priorities are simply to increase the amount of welfare for corporations, private contractors, and state and local governments. Why isn’t their priority to defund the Saudi genocide in Yemen or Israel’s open-air concentration camp in Gaza, or end America’s drone wars against […]
This is an illustration of why I do not consider Trump to be a threat as far as being some kind of “fascist dictator.” Clearly, the military-industrial complex and intelligence services despise him, and they’re certainly not going to help him facilitate a personal coup. And the majority […]
By Madeline Holcombe, CNN The United States has reached another grim milestone in its fight against the devastating Covid-19 pandemic: 1 in 500 Americans have died from coronavirus since the nation’s first reported infection. As of Tuesday night, 663,913 people in the US have died of Covid-19, according […]
Krystal and Saagar weigh in on Andrew Yang’s decision to launch a third party instead of working within the Democratic party to further his priorities
Talk about missing the forest for the trees, or perhaps seeing the forest in spite of the trees.
By Shmuel Lederman Anarchism is often considered to have inspired the New Social Movements emerging in the last few decades. The 2011 mass demonstrations in Spain, Israel, the United States, and other places seem to confirm that what is often called “new” or postanarchism indeed inspires the visions […]
By Damon Linker, Yahoo News! Members of the Republican establishment who refused to throw their support to Donald Trump spent the four years of his presidency hoping first that he would lose his bid for re-election and then that things would return to something approaching the pre-2016 normal […]
Taking advice from David Frum is a remarkably bad idea. By David Frum, The Atlantic The former cultural core of the GOP is exiting the party. The Democrats should keep those voters in their corner. Here’s how to do it. Many of the conservatives and Republicans appalled by […]
It’s somewhat interesting that a Thomas Sowell acolyte is now the leading Republican politician in California. By James Rainey Los Angeles Times Although the effort to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom failed, the lightning two-month campaign appears to have had at least one clear beneficiary — Larry Elder. The […]
Singapore is a good case to look at. They have high rate of vaccination but life isn’t back to normal. I think it will just have to play out for a while where people will die at a certain rate. People are repeatedly vaxxed until everyone has caught […]
Reporter for The Intercept, Andrew Fishman, details protests against Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro’s plans to bring industry to the Amazon.
Republican NYC mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa calls out Bill de Blasio for his lack of action on the ongoing humanitarian crisis at Rikers Island.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Rachel Bovard discuss congressional Democrats’ latest efforts to pass immigration reform.
Team Rising reacts to the FEC’s dismissal of claims that Twitter violated election laws by blocking tweets about the New York Post’s Hunter Biden reporting last October.