Bennington escapes from beneath the Capitol and gets to know a sex worker and motel operator just outside of Washington, DC.
We must exorcize the ghost of the Obama years and seek the lessons buried in the legacy of the Roosevelts and LBJ.
Dead-set on destruction in the last week of the Trump administration (but only the beginning of the “Years of Trump”).
What a scene, and all the Democrats did was win an election.
The establishment gets really bent out of shape.
Being propositioned by Ronald Reagan’s ghost was not something I expected to ever happen in my life, frankly.
With careless language, we’re inviting the police and National Guard to subject citizens to continued, unconscionable brutality.
Far Right ludicrously targets Chief Justice John Roberts.
I hope he serves out a full term, because Kamala Harris would be worse.
If Assange is somehow freed, his credibility and influence are gone. How much of that is his fault depends on what you believe.
The base loves that big crybaby.
This year, we’re going back to calling it coronavirus.
In the neoliberal era, hope is utilized as a commodity and applied to individual successes.
Media experts believe they know what’s true and what’s false.
When not being a Republican isn’t enough.
Great rotten clouds of sentimental emotivism rise up toward the decrepit vaults as the women wail like banshees, rend their garments, and beat their breasts.
This inexcusable action by UT is part of a trend I hope ends in 2021—colleges responding to videos and social media posts from young people by rushing to judgment and choosing the most drastic option available to them.
A couple of million deaths fused government and capitalism.
Extremism shapes both political parties.
Can politics exist without the media’s influence?
He made CNN hosts and New York Times opinion writers into sycophantic nationalists.
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.
The hour long documentary explores the possible ecological and atmospheric consequences of nuclear war, particularly as they would be expressed in a ''nuclear winter.''
An exclusive investigation into an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the city five years after their water crisis began.
Slavoj Žižek joins Anna and Dasha on the show for nearly 100 minutes.
From the first episode of The Michael Brooks Tribute Series.
Out of circulation until recently, this three hour documentary includes interviews with associates and former members of the CIA.
A presentation by Jacobin and associate editor Shawn Gude.