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By Mark Ames
Phantom Military Advisors And "Fair" Fighting

I just picked up an old paperback copy of a Vietnam War book called SEALs: UDT/SEAL Operations in Vietnam by Tim Bosiljevac. The book chronicles the early history of the Sea, Air and Land Teams, from their founding under President…

Jun 21, 2011 | Comments (32)

By Mark Ames
Mark Ames Converts To Anarcho-Libertarianism Live On MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan Show

Folks, we present the new Anarcho-Libertarian Mark Ames, whose motto is: “If you can’t beat ’em, privatize ’em, then fuggetaboutem!”

Jun 17, 2011 | Comments (76)

By Yasha Levine
Porn Scanner Propaganda Watch: Texas Anti-TSA Movement Led By Far-Right Christian Fascists...

This anti-TSA protester coming straight outta Waco! On Saturday June 4, a dozen or so anti-TSA protesters marched on the Texas State Capitol, demanding that state legislators and Governor Rick Perry stand up to the federal government and pass a bill…

Jun 8, 2011 | Comments (52)

By Ramon Glazov
Pretentious Junkies Down Under: An Introduction to Contemporary Australian Drug Lit

I’ve decided to write a sequel to my piece about DFW and American drug lit, and talk about how five Aussie writers have handled the same topic. But don’t worry, most of these people have been published in the US…

Jun 8, 2011 | Comments (29)

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By Yasha Levine
How The Tea Party Gave New Life To Mexican-Hunting Ultra-Right Extremists

When I left his ranch back in 2009, I was sure that Glenn Spencer had reached the end of his line. So it was surprising to learn that Spencer was a big player in the Tea Party scene. Suddenly, no one in Arizona cared about his past associations with white supremacists. Instead, Spencer was hanging out with Arizona state senators, hosting GOP political events, speaking at rallies and rubbing shoulders with the creme de la creme of Arizona’s Tea Party beau monde. He was not only back in the game, he’s bigger than ever.

Jun 7, 2011 | Comments (44)

By Eileen Jones
13 Assassins: Beautiful Bloodsome Samurai

Finally got around to seeing 13 Assassins—couldn’t face any of the new film releases this week—and I can’t tell you how soothing it is. It’s a reverent throwback to the great 1950s-’60s Japanese samurai films, and it’s done in neutral shades of gray and white and tan and black. Other than the copious blood spray, of course…

May 30, 2011 | Comments (17)

By Mark Ames
The Fountainheadbanger: Mark Ames Talks About The Hilarious Banality Of Ayn Rand On Progressive Radio KGNU In Colorado

Mark Ames goes on Boulder, Colorado radio station KGNU to explain the banality of Russian-born author Ayn Rand, the guiding light of the libertarian/teabagger movement. Ames discusses his article “Atlas Shrieked” about how a sad ‘n’ lonely half-wit, Ayn/Alyssa, was nothing but…

May 30, 2011 | Comments (52)