"Far less talked about but just as dangerous, if not more so, is the rapid decline of the natural world. The felling of forests, the over-exploitation of seas and soils, and the pollution of air and water are together driving the living world to the brink, according to a huge three-year, U.N.-backed landmark study to be published in May."


US is exercising with regard to the Golan Heights, gradually giving Israel a green light to annex Syria’s oil-rich southern territory


Are autonomous dissident communities a plausible solution to the crisis of Modernity? The Arktos crew is joined by Connor Alexander to discuss the difficulties and potential involved in the formation of such communities, in a discussion which brings us to confront some of the primary challenges confronting the dissident Right itself.


"Globalists are not really against the state. .. What they are really hostile to is not the state, but politics. Globalists worry about unruly, disruptive and possibly irrational politicians who engage in activities that break from their liberal model. .. Nevertheless, they are quite open to the state that helps fulfill their ideal .. order."


Few Americans remember why tariffs were important in the late 19th century. But to people who lived after the Civil War, tariffs were at the heart of the questions raised by the new era of industry.


Interior department official says he is "thrilled" by Trump’s "knack for keeping the attention of the media and public focused somewhere else" while unveiling proposal


“How is it possible for you to be so easily tricked by something so simple as a story, because you are tricked? Well, it all comes down to one core thing and that is emotional investment. The more emotionally invested you are in anything in your life, the less critical and the less objectively observant you become.”
— David JP Phillips, We Don’t Have Time board of directors, “The Magical Science of Storytelling”


Patrick Deneen comments on the college bribery scandal on the Tucker Carlson show:


Pompeo wants to assemble an oil gang to step up US 'asset-grabbing' and crack down on 'bad actors'


A September 2010 memo by a US-funded soft power organization that helped train Venezuelan coup leader Juan Guaido and his allies identifies the potential collapse of the country’s electrical sector as “a watershed event” that “would likely have the impact of galvanizing public unrest in a way that no opposition group could ever hope to generate.”


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