It's far worse than I thought. In addition to the many links between the family that owns The New York Times and the Civil War Confederacy, new evidence shows that members of the extended family were slaveholders.
The Michigan State University administration pressured professor Stephen Hsu to resign from his position as vice president of research and innovation because he touted research that found police are not more likely to shoot black Americans. The study
When it comes to the topic of clown cars, we'd say Dr. Fauci gets a limo version all to himself...
You can argue about the merits of pulling down statues, but it's hard to make the case that mass protests serve no useful purpose.
he Future of Freedom Foundation hosted one of the most fascinating, important, and relevant conferences in our 27-year history.
This Isn't a Joke Either
Eric Weinstein, managing director of Thiel Capital and host of The Portal podcast, has gone scorched earth on the New York Times following the Tuesday resignation of journalist Bari Weiss.
"I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!" That's the famous phrase that instantly entered the American lexicon, courtesy of Paddy Chayefsky, the writer of the 1976 Oscar-winning movie, "Network."
---Dogshit For Singing We Are the World" As excerpted from "If it's Not "Cancel Culture," What Kind of Culture is it?"
I sat down for a long talk with long-time community member, Crypto Rich, and Editor-in-Chief of The Duran, Alexander Mercouris, covering a wide range of topics.
A few months ago when the US government announced its 'Paycheck Protection Program' for small businesses, my first thought was, "This is going to be seriously abused."
Even if you are already wealthy, some thought on this topic is worthwhile. What would you do if some act of God or of government, a catastrophic lawsuit, or a really serious misjudgment took you back to square one?
Red Alert! Biden's Unconstitutional Plan for America's Suburbs and Rural Areas
"Politicians, Priests, and psychiatrists often face the same problem: how to find the most rapid and permanent means of changing a man's belief…
Some deep contemplation on the night of July 4, 2020… Independence Day.
Patrick McGoohan's 1960s cult curiosity turns out to be a parable for our intolerant times
This is very impressive. The 10-year NFL player Marcellus Wiley gets it right and is not afraid to tell it like it is.
Our nation's founding was a mess of contradictions. We must push America closer to its ideals.
Following my notice that I had joined Parler and that it would be a competitor to Twitter, I have received several emails along the lines of this one:
Two senior law enforcement officials say that Ghislane Maxwell was arrested on charges that she conspired with Jeffery Epstein to sexually abuse minors and is expected to appear in federal court later Thursday.
The ongoing controversy over which statues to dismantle demonstrates the problem with government (or "public") ownership of property: There is no way to come up with a solution that is going to satisfy everyone.
Bill Gates' equestrian daughter Jennifer, 24, reveals what it was like growing up in the tech billionaire's household, as she admits she was 'born into a huge situation of privilege'
"Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats." ? H.L. Mencken
The masses have been triggered by politics and propaganda. Sound science has not even been taken into consideration. Below Nobel Prize winner Professor Michael Levitt of Stanford speaks truth about COVID-19. It is just a bad flu.
Within the last few days two commentators I respect--The Saker and Dmitry Orlov--have written that the United States is now undergoing systemic collapse.
"It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from its government."--Thomas Paine
Passion makes the old medicine new: Passion lops off the bough of weariness. Passion is the elixir that renews: how can there be weariness when passion is present?
The Bob Dylan Song That Can Guide a Generation Lost in Protest
In the 1973 film, a NY police detective discovers the vastly overcrowded, poverty–stricken population of the city--who are being sustained on processed government food, called Soylent--are now eating humans who have died. That's what Soylent Gr
International Man: Recently, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank's money printing is designed to help average Americans, and not Wall Street.