Wanderlust and powerlust compete.
Knowing the law is your best defense against the authorities attempting to curb your constitutional rights for "the greater good."
Intellectual life on the Internet.
Even if Marty Makary is right about imminent herd immunity, our attenuated half-open, half-incubated reality isn’t going away any time soon.
2021 media is a beggar’s banquet.
Are you sure you aren’t part of the insurrection?
Biden should offer better tax breaks for manufacturing and purchasing commercial charging stations.
More "soft recommendations" from the CDC, Fauci, and Biden administration continue to pass the pandemic buck onto the people.
The post-anarchist route to sanity.
Everything is recorded and everyone is watched, but our shared reality is breaking apart in real time, like a video game glitching.
Kroger isn't entirely to blame in its hazard pay controversy.
This is serious—any of these four women might’ve been killed by the mob on January 6.
You definitely don't want to end up on either side of the current Republican divide.
Uncle Sam is a cocksure, cheerful, positive-thinking bastard.
The way this game's played is you demand someone do a particular thing in support of your cause, and if they don't comply you call them a bigot.
His impeachment performance was incomprehensible and self-destructive.
If the right-wing consensus is correct, torture will become a constant tool of Washington D.C.’s repressive organs.
As Biden and O’Rourke ask: why are we giving these benefits to people who don’t need them?
Into the conspiracy underground.
I’m not surprised to hear from friends that the Russian Orthodox Church is a shell of its pre-Revolutionary self.
The GOP COVID aid package is designed to extend suffering.
Near the end of his presidency, near the end of his functional brain cells.
A meeting of the minds, so to speak.
Not looking good for Sonny (or Fredo?).
A Cold War era documentary about the CIA's previously covert actions in Iran, Vietnam, Laos, the Congo, Cuba, and Guatemala. Allen Dulles and Dick Bissel are interviewed, among others.
John McLaughlin and the panel discuss the recent LA riots.
The former President denies that he agreed to pardon Richard Nixon in exchange for the Presidency.
Contemporary American coverage of a real coup largely funded by the United States.
Writer and Chapo Trap House cohost Amber A’Lee Frost joins Ben Burgis in this segment to discuss Zizek and Jordan Peterson's debate, how socialist politics should be about getting material gains for working people and not weird parasocial relationships, and PMC ideology.
If Japan did not surrender on August 15, 1945, a third atomic bombing was planned. Mark Felton examines how Japan's surrender was a complicated and difficult process involving a military coup.