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Idiocy in the Wall Street Journal

A front page Wall Street Journal article about “demographics” analyzes age and it’s effects on national economies, effects of “demographics” on economies seems to only refer to age in the “respectable” press. 130 more words


A Brief Defense of Neoconservatism

Everyone remember all those hard-to-vet Iraqi refugees that streamed into the US in 2003?  Yeah, me neither. Ain’t it nice when we can contain one country’s problems to only that country? 57 more words

War On Terror

Robert Parry: Reviving the ‘Liberal Media’ Myth

Exclusive: The Republicans and the Right have dragged out an old favorite whipping boy – the “liberal media” – to distract the voters from the failure of some GOP presidential candidates to answer a few tough questions, a tried-and-untrue exercise in political diversion, writes Robert Parry. 2,734 more words


Cuckservative Ideas About Education

Josh Gelernter recently published an article in the National Review; the article is typical neocon/cuckservative nonsense about race and education. The article claims that the GOP should not “give up” on Black and Hispanic voters in the cities and should appeal to them on the basis of one issue: education. 1,532 more words


A Halloween Horror Story In The American People's House

Ilana Mercer on how vampiric Republican regimists and their zombie media work against an insurgency

Washington is moving aggressively to inoculate itself against The Insurgents. By the looks of it, there will be no Republican insurgency. 1,171 more words


Video. Chris Hedges | Days of Revolt: Neoliberalism as Utopianism

Chris Hedges and author John Ralston Saul discuss neoliberalism as an ideology, the breakdown of that ideology, and what comes next in this episode of teleSUR’s Days of Revolt. 148 more words


RCGS Book Review: Michael Novak, Writing from Left to Right: My Journey from Liberal to Conservative

Michael Novak, Writing from Left to Right:

My Journey from Liberal to Conservative New York: Image 2013. 316 pages.

The story of neo-conservativism follows a set narrative that has been established by a flurry of books, articles, and even documentaries. 2,924 more words