(and possibly disinformation) pointing to alternative interpretations
of the state of affairs and secret societies. These links may
destabilize your worldview, so be careful.
Now! - Possibly the
hardest-hitting political show on radio. Find transcripts here of
past broadcasts or listen via internet radio.
Emory - If you miss Mae
Brussel, there's still Dave Emory. Here's the WFMU archive of his
for Change - Who'd have
thought that a long distance re-seller could actually have
progressive political impact?
Consortium - Independent
journalism from Robert and Nat Parry and cohorts.
- TruthDig - News hub
for alternative info. Quality leads to de-program
of Modern Political Power
- Erudite and endless conspiracy site about power
Prospect - Yes, it's
(gasp!) liberal, but it is the most intelligent (albeit dry)
exponent of that perspective that I'm aware of. Low on P.C. and
high on practical insights. Plus it has Tom Tomorrow in color,
Conservative - Yes, it's
(gasp!) conservative, but that merely means that they have good
reason to deplore Shrub and his Neo-con handlers. Check it out,
you might be surprised.
Occidental Quarterly -
Eugenics, Nationalism, Revisionism. How many taboos can you cram
into one publication?
- Foreign Policy
Excellent, highly readable, handsomely designed journal dealing with
international affairs. Makes other similar journals mostly seem like crap,
to use a technical term.
- Libertarian demolition of the "War Party." Daily updated links
about the war(s) in progress.
- Not the most snappy domain name, but a promising forum for discussions
on reviving the left's goals around market socialism.
Skolnick - Long-time
conspiracy researcher constantly walks (or in his case, rolls) the
line between audacity and paranoia.
Smoking Gun - Online
display of revealing documents that were formerly secret, hidden
Prouty Site - The late
Col. would surely have a thing or two to say about the current
- Devoted to in-depth info and research on the Jack the Ripper
Mystery. One of the best sites on the Web. I kid you
Smear - James Moseley's
gossipy UFO-subculture newsletter. It beats the daily
- Site for Citizens for Truth about the Kennedy Assassination. Jim
DiEugenio and Lisa Pease rule!
Way - The "voice of the
radical centre" - not to be confused with New Labour.
League Homepage - The
lost cause to end all lost causes.
International - They're
Trotkyist purists, but some of their analyses actually make sense,
if you grant Marx any credit.
- R.K. Moore's incisive
political and economic analyses of the state of the
- Keep on top of Russia's alternative scene with this
Progressive Review - the
underground press lives (in Washington D.C., of all
Chomsky Archive - One of
the most trenchant critics of the status quo,
Liberation Archive - The
raw unadulterated source documents from Duke University
Information Research -
both a great database of information and a searchable index on
intelligence & politics.
New Enlightenment -
Norman D. Livergood's site walks the line between insightful and
cranky. An odd combination of spiritual & mystical awareness
and political critical-paranoia (as the Surrealists used to
champion). He may be the canary in the coalmine.
of Departure - Skip the self-parodying intro text and dive into the numerous
archived ultra-left documents. Plenty here for mental mastication. Chew on!
- Break Their Haughty Power -
Whoa. The writings of an intelligent, sophisticated Marxist. Who'da thunk it?
- World War 4 Report - Not sure how I missed
these guys previously. I guess they need more links like this one. Incisive coverage
of political hotspots world-wide.
- Black Op Radio -
Weekly webcast interviews with top conspiracy researchers. Enormous archive. Yowsa.
- Bolerium Books -
Amazing source of books and ephemera from the Old Left, the New Left, the Civil Rights Movement,
the Labor Movement, plus the Far Right in its various permutations.