A terrible signal.
Too weak to even recognize.
— Talking Heads, “The Overload” (more…)
Tag: Biden administration
Student loan forgiveness has been in the headlines quite a bit lately. One of the articles is “Warren urges Biden to cancel student loan debt before midterms” by CBS News. Although Pocahontas is a legislator and surely must be aware of the separation of powers doctrine, she curiously takes the position that the student loans may be erased if Resident Bidet decrees it so. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 438 Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson
Last weekend’s Ask Me Anything on Counter-Currents Radio with Greg Johnson is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:36 What do you like in New York?
05:59 What is your favorite Decameron Film Festival episode so far?
06:38 What are your thoughts on the Coach Red Pill saga?
15:46 Who is really in charge in the Biden administration? (more…)
Ukraine: What Exactly is Hungary Being Reproached For?
“There can be no Russian networks in Europe that split the EU from within, those that are trying to help Russia make as much money as possible even now. Everyone knows very well who in the European Union opposes humanity and common sense, and who does nothing at all to help establish peace in Ukraine. (more…)
Tucked away into a plandemic relief act, there was an appropriation included toward substance abuse harm reduction programs, with the modest title Notice Of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) No. SP-22-001. The total aid toward that was $30 million — not such a big deal in terms of major government programs, such as a typical spit-in-your-eye war. Given the number of American adults who pay income tax, this means the average working stiff will fork over about 20 cents for it. (more…)
January 6: How Democrats Used the Capital Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right
New York: Post Hill Press, 2022
The stampede of Trump supporters in and around the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021 was a big nothing, and a revolutionary event at the same time. The ultimate meaning and endpoint of January 6 has yet to be fully understood, but a decent overall account of the event has emerged from Julie Kelly, a reporter for American Greatness. (more…)
President Joe Biden seems powerless to do anything about . . . well, anything at the moment. He promised to change election laws to “save democracy” (read: give his party permanent political power), and he can’t do it. He vowed to fix immigration, but the problem only grows worse. He pledged to make America’s geopolitical opponents respect us, but they are doing the opposite. He said he would end COVID, but everyone is still in masks and hysteria continues to reign. (more…)
It’s been another trip around the Sun. Since nightfall occurs around 5 PM these days, it is time to sit by the fire and reflect upon the events of the last year while preparing for the next.
On the personal front, my usual New Year’s resolutions were successfully fulfilled. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 398 The Best Month Ever on The Writers’ Bloc with Nick Jeelvy & Kathryn S.
The latest episode of The Writers’ Bloc saw host Nick Jeelvy joined by Counter-Currents writer Kathryn S. to review a selection of Counter-Currents articles published in steel-skied November in The Best Month Yet, as well as answer YOUR QUESTIONS, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
Preparing for the Midterm Elections . . . & Worse to Come
De facto secession has already begun in America. Nationalist whites and non-globalist corporations are leaving blue states in droves for redder pastures. Former battleground states, such as Ohio and Iowa, are now reliably MAGA, and most MAGA states are increasingly so. Likewise, the gulags of California and New York more resemble their quondam Soviet counterparts with each passing day. De jure secession will take some time, but if history teaches us anything, it is that political changes occur functionally before they are recognized and ratified legally. (more…)
We are now nearly a year into Senile Joe’s presidency, and something highly alarming has already happened: America has lost its power to deter. “Deterrence,” writes Victor Davis Hanson, “is the ancient ability to scare somebody off from hurting you, your friends, or your interests — without a major war.”