Insights
Why The Most Unpopular President In History Is Still More Popular Than Hillary Clinton By
The Donald Trumps of this world, no matter how abhorrent, thuggish, racist and infinitely unwise, only exist because of the policies of the Clinton and Obama-style neoliberal eras.
Why Police Reforms Often Fail: Lessons From Latin America By
Understanding the politics of police reform in Latin America may be informative for those who hope for changes in policing in the U.S.
What’s Behind The Surge In Hate Crimes Against American Muslims? By
The rhetoric politicians use after a terrorist attack is correlated closely to sharp increases and decreases in hate crimes.
The Price Of Criticizing The State Of Israel By
Israel is well-known for having a potent U.S. lobby that not only influences Congress and the mainstream media but intimidates Americans who dare criticize its policies toward the Palestinians.
Thought Crimes On The Left By
"You can trust yourself to know who to collaborate with and in what areas; this notion that you cannot safely collaborate with the right is based on the false premise that we’re all too stupid and inept to make distinctions..." - Caitlin Johnstone
We Finally Know Why The NRA Didn’t Stand With Philando Castile By
It has become clear that the NRA is less of a “gun rights” group like they claim and little more than a pro-government GOP front-group focused on carrying on the status quo at the expense of their loyal and misled, if not well-intentioned, members.
Tibet Rises From Poverty: Fantasy And Reality By
The reality is that the Tibet Autonomous Region’s position, as part of the People’s Republic of China, has been overwhelmingly good for the population.
Left, Right Or Center – The Police State Does Not Discriminate By
America's militarized police force and its brutal crackdown on protesters is being meted out to Americans across the political spectrum.
NPR’s ‘Varied Mix’ Spotlights Right-Wing Advocacy, Not Progressive Populism By
Jonah Goldberg, a right-wing commentator, has appeared on National Public Radio 25 times since April 2016—making him one of the network’s most regularly consulted commentators.
Ignoring The Human Disaster In Yemen By
The West’s protestations about human rights sound hollow when one looks at Yemen where the U.S. and U.K. place profits from arms sales to Saudi Arabia over the carnage those weapons are inflicting.