Wow, I think this may be even more entertaining than women’s WWE wrestling in a pool of Jello. When is the Pay-per-view? These nut jobs are not just serve serving, they make money for every media outlet, including this channel. So, they’re actually good for the entertainment economy, […]
President Biden Addresses The Nation On Omicron Variant. Voters Name Coronavirus, Jobs As TOP Issues
Today on What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds the coronavirus and the economy remain the top issue facing the country today among voters.
Kim Iversen details the alleged victims we won’t hear from during Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial.
Krystal and Saagar respond to the CNN opinion and rumors from DC insiders suggesting that Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris run together in a 2024 Democratic primary to unify the party
Deputy opinion editor at Newsweek, Batya Ungar-Sargon, reacts to news that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down.
Krystal and Saagar respond to the comments made by Hillary Clinton on MSNBC blaming the American people for not approving of the Biden Presidency up to this point
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, Robby Soave, and deputy opinion editor at Newsweek, Batya Ungar-Sargon, discuss Dr. Fauci’s transition from bureaucrat to partisan.
Krystal and Saagar tell the story of how a homeless Amazon worker in New York City who commuted for 3 hours to his warehouse job got fired after becoming an outspoken proponent of unionization
Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease expert, answers the hosts’ questions about the Omicron variant.
Krystal and Saagar deliver all of the facts on the new covid variant identified in South Africa called Omicron that has world leaders and scientists scrambling to respond accordingly
Ryan Grim details how Democrats discretely tanked the nomination of Saule Omarova.
Krystal goes through the Gates money and pharmaceutical company profiteering that has created a situation where the coronavirus pandemic and all of its policies seem to go on forever
Team Rising weighs in on the new ban restricting travel to the U.S. for some visitors from South Africa.
Krystal and Saagar go through the details of the private equity billionaire Biden spent Thanksgiving with at the same time Democrats are viewed by many as out of touch and hollow
Robby Soave breaks down the response to the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict amongst elite university administrations.
Krystal and Saagar are joined by public health policy expert and political pundit Dr. Abdul El-Sayed to better understand what public health measures will be needed to contain the Omicron variant
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave discuss the new variant of covid, Omicron, which has already spread in several countries.
Saagar breaks down the corruption of Jared Kushner and Hunter Biden’s business dealings abroad and why this puts American democracy at risk regardless of party or administration
Last week, Congressman Mark Takano delivered a House floor speech on anti-transgender laws being passed around the country.
Krystal and Saagar deliver the good news that Target and Walmart were closed on Thanksgiving in what could be a significant win for workers in the retail sector
Abby Epstein, director of “The Business of Birth Control,” details the new generation of women taking a more holistic approach to their reproductive agency.
Krystal and Saagar cover the major developments in the mystery surrounding the murder of civil rights leader Malcolm X back in the 1960s
“Restructure emergency response services” seems like a more accurate description. Doesn’t quite roll of the tongue as well though.
By Peter Zeihan Gasoline costs. Housing costs. Food costs. Consumer goods costs. They are all going up. The inflation is real and it is only “transitory” if by “transitory” you are measuring time in years. The real nut of the issue, however, is that few of the current […]
By Joel Mathis The Week Perhaps this is what endemic COVID looks like: Occasional weeks or months of relative normalcy punctuated by sudden bursts of fear and panic, continuing on and on into the foreseeable future. Sounds exhausting, doesn’t it? I don’t want to be a doomsayer, but […]
By Ryan Cooper, The Week The American economy is bitterly hostile to families. Is it any surprise fertility is falling? The long decline in the U.S. birthrate continues. 2020 saw the fewest babies born relative to the population of women between 15 and 44 of any year in […]
By Matt Taibbi The resignation of Jack Dorsey is the latest plot point in the story of the Internet’s transformation, from democratizing tool to instrument of elite control. Jack Dorsey, the extend-o-bearded CEO who co-founded Twitter and whose fame grew with that of his increasingly powerful platform during […]
By Jack Phillips Epoch Times Jeffrey Epstein molested her and she didn’t tell a soul for 17 years. Teresa Helm was 22, and she had already patched her life back together after being sexually abused by a close family member, starting at age 8. “I really suffered in […]
By Jack Phillips Epoch Times Twitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey is stepping down as the social media firm’s chief executive, and Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal will succeed him as the firm’s new CEO, effective immediately, according to the company. “I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company […]
By Paulina Firozi and Brittany Shammas Washington Post Lauren Kennedy Brady landed in Johannesburg on Friday to a flurry of text messages and news alerts. The Broadway veteran and North Carolina resident was headed home after 11 days touring Africa alongside her mother, daughter and niece — a […]
By Stefan Gleason, Money Metals The emergence of the new Omicron coronavirus strain is roiling financial and precious metals markets. Investors fear government health officials will order new lockdowns to try to contain it. Never mind that previous lockdowns don’t appear to have worked. Some of the most […]
Krystal and Saagar talk about the Omicron variant of covid, Biden’s thanksgiving, Kamala and Pete joining forces, Amazon firing a homeless worker, Hillary Clinton still being out of touch, how Big Pharma and Bill Gates are perpetuating the pandemic, Jared Kushner’s Saudi dollars, a scientific perspective on Omicron, […]
Seeming the entire universe is obsessed with the Kenosha trial, taking a break to talk about things that I think are more important.
Interesting. Will this be a real opposition project or just another neocon-coopted, incel-infested jerk-off project? Probably the latter. I actually like Thiel’s seasteading ideas. If he stuck to that I wouldn’t have much of a problem with him. By Kit Wilson, The Spectator A strange new ideology has […]
The end of the world is just the beginning. In his next book, economics guru and geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan predicts the coming breakdown of globalization and identifies who will benefit and who will lose. For two generations, the Americans have held up the world’s collective ceiling. Globe-spanning […]
No one can break it down like Peter Zeihan. The geography of America in terms of relevant social and economic issues has never been better explained.
By Grayson Quay The Week Of the 61 passengers who tested positive for COVID-19 after landing in Amsterdam on Friday, the Dutch health ministry has confirmed that 13 are infected with the Omicron variant, BBC reported. The two flights, which carried over 600 people total, came from South […]
By Grayson Quay The Week Conservatives are accusing President Biden of hypocrisy after he announced travel restrictions against eight African countries. During the 2020 campaign, critics noted, Biden accused former President Donald Trump of racism and xenophobia for enacting similar travel bans. Despite the way it is being framed […]
By Peter Weber The Week Twenty-five years ago, the internet was still a novelty accessed through a slow dial-up modem that tied up the landline phone you relied on for communication. Fifteen years ago, Facebook was just opening its social network to anyone 13 and older, and 10 […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley America is a nation that loves its fairytales and folklore, not just the legends that we teach to our children as if they were scientific fact, but the stories we tell ourselves that make up the very fabric […]
Krystal and Saagar make sense of the recent reporting about how millions of taxpayer dollars are spent on FBI informants who have committed thousands of crimes without consequences
By Kevin Carson, Center for a Stateless Society Each year at this time somebody in the right-libertarian world, reenacting an obligatory Thanksgiving ritual, drags out the old chestnut about the Pilgrims at Plymouth almost starving from “communism” until private property rights and capitalism saved them. This year John […]
By John Stossel, Reason Happy Thanksgiving! But beware the “tragedy of the commons.” It almost killed off the pilgrims. Now, via Washington, D.C., it’s probably coming for us. Tragedy of the commons is a concept from an essay by ecologist Garrett Hardin. He wrote how cattle ranchers sharing a common […]
By Freddie DeBoer Democratic messaging debates are bizarre because one group has been empowered to terrorize those they disagree with. Ezra Klein interviews David Shor about his recent rise in visibility, his particular take on Democratic policy and messaging, and the debate over “popularism.” It also glancingly mentions […]
By Glenn Greenwald In dominant elite discourse, no evidence is needed to brand someone a “white supremacist.” The belief that it will produce political or personal gain suffices. Within hours of the August 25, 2020, shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin — not days, but hours — it was decreed […]
By CYNTHIA LEE, Politico Cynthia Lee is the Edward F. Howrey professor of law at the George Washington University Law School and author of Murder and the Reasonable Man: Passion and Fear in the Criminal Courtroom (NYU Press). The recent verdict in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery stands […]
By Richard Fausset New York Times BRUNSWICK, Ga. — The lawyer was from out of town, a prosecutor who had spent the bulk of her career in a large, liberal city, and she had been brought in to try the biggest case of her career: the murder of […]
By Richard Fausset New York Times Three white Georgia men on Wednesday were found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old unarmed Black man, after suspecting him of committing a series of break-ins in their neighborhood outside of the coastal city of Brunswick, in South Georgia. The three […]
Katie Halper reacts to the New York State Assembly’s report on former Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Astra Taylor, author and organizer, makes the case for cancelling all debt.