2010 documentary film written and directed by Steve Bannon, and produced by David N. Bossie for Citizens United Productions. The documentary features historian David Kaiser as well as author and amateur historian Neil Howe. In the film, Bannon examines the financial crisis of 2007–2008 in the context of a generational theory by authors William Strauss and Neil Howe
'Coloring the News' is a book by William McGowan; this opens the door to the newsrooms at "USA Today," the "New York Times," the "Washington Post" and other pillars of the "mainstream press" in this carefully researched investigation of how the quest for "diversity" has affected American journalism. Focusing on coverage of the "diversity issues" of immigration, race, gay rights, feminism and affirmative action, McGowan gives a fascinating analysis of what stories get reported and how. Along the way, he dissects the way the press "mis-told" key stories involving figures like Kara Hultgren (the Navy fighter pilot who died after missing a carrier landing), Kelly Flinn (the Air Force officer cashiered for an affair with a married man) and Patrick Chavis (the black physician who was once a poster boy for affirmative action and then had his license taken away because of medical incompetence). "Coloring the News" is an impressively documented and provocative book about how a journalism slanted by good intentions has allowed a narrow multicultural orthodoxy to restrict debate just at the point when information about America's changing national identity needs to be robust, knowledgeable and honest.
Jack Beatty is a writer, senior editor of The Atlantic, and news analyst for On Point, the national NPR news program.
interview conducted by David Hoffman
his yt channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6wBro4B4pf9xnBh9Xi2zcQ
Suicide rates rise sharply across America
The link between unemployment and suicide
"b-but muh GDP!"
76,000 illegal immigrants entered America in February, an 11 year high
If you are one of Sen. Rand Pauls constituants, be sure to call or write him and encourage other to as well and explain why America needs this border wall and the very serious nature of this National emergency. Paul has declared he will vote to block Trumps National Emergency.
Malkins amazing speech that calls out two faced Republicans who take the side of corporate globalism and stand with democrats in favor of open borders, and the Republicans who are in part responsible for the mess America is in right now.
Beware of these wolves in sheeps clothing within the GOP who will do everything they can to fight against MAGA policies and especially against secure borders. They are owned by Billionaires like the Koch bros or Soros
Neil Howe and William Strauss discuss their book 'The Fourth Turning' and how American history goes through cycles, noting that in 10 years from then (2007-the great recession) would have an event that would usher in the fourth cycle of history.
This is a book that Bannon has said is key to his world view
16 February 2019
"Ann Coulter is an American conservative social and political commentator. She rose to prominence in the 1990s as an outspoken critic of the Clinton Administration, and has more recently become one of President Trump’s most notable supporters. She describes herself as a polemicist who like to “stir up the pot” and “does not pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do.”Coulter has vehemently defended her beliefs in twelve best-selling books, including her recent works Adios, America! and In Trump We Trust."
Ann makes the point (that I agree with) thats its stupid to simply defend everything Trump does, even if it goes directly against his campaign promises and to just say its all "3D chess" moves.
'Radical philosopher Nassim Nicholas Taleb offers a blueprint for how to live - and thrive - in a world we don't understand, and which is too uncertain for us to even try to predict.'
Really interesting ideas and Bannon himself has recommended this book and told his aides to read it to understand his worldview . Higly suggest you check out this book if this video interest you
16 March, 2015
-Sources on "Chemical Jihad" in Britain
-Rotherham survivor on how islamic gangs operate
-2010 Stockholm bomber radicalized in Luton
20 February, 2019
"While globalization has brought economic growth and prosperity for many, the divide between the winners and losers is growing. Increasing inequality sows divides across ethnicity, class, and immigration status; the technological advancements of automation and artificial intelligence risk displacement of workers on an unprecedented scale. Those who have been marginalized by globalism are demonstrating increased frustration toward the political, media, and corporate elites they blame for their losses. Drawing on his latest book, Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism, Ian Bremmer, one of the country’s leading political scientists, discusses the current state of the world and the future of globalism."
Americas population will increase by 79 million people by 2060, 95% of which will be immigrants (legal & illegal)
Nearly half of people in the top 5 US cities dont speak English at home
1 in 5 US residents dont speak English at home (61.8 Million)
4 in 6 immigrants in the US have a highschool education or less
63% of non citizen households are on welfare (4.6 million households)
Andrew Yang is an entrepreneur and founder of Venture for America, a nonprofit organization whos mission is "to revitalize American cities and communities through entrepreneurship" by training recent graduates and young professionals to work for startups in emerging cities throughout the United States.
Yang is also a Democratic candidate for president in 2020
originally streamed 2 November, 2018
"Steve Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News and former chief strategist to President Trump, argues for the resolution that the “future of western politics is populist, not liberal.”
Arguing the opposing side is Canadian-American David Frum, senior editor at The Atlantic, former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, and author of the recent book "Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Public."
Rudyard Griffiths moderates the debate from Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. (November 2, 2018)
Note: Due to a technical error, the Munk Debates announced incorrect voting results at the conclusion of the event. The final official audience vote on the resolution was 28% in favour and 72% opposed. The Munk Debates have announced that the debate ended in a draw and apologized for the error."
uploaded 11 November, 2016
"J.D. Vance chronicles his life and the history and issues of hillbillies in America. Vance, a former marine and Yale Law School graduate, writes about growing up in a poor Rust Belt town and how his family never fully escapes the legacy of abuse, alcoholism, poverty, and trauma in their lives. Vance paints a broad, passionate, and personal analysis of a culture in crisis—that of white working-class Americans."
I highly suggest reading this book. Its a great look into the White working class Americans who have suffered the most under globalization of the economy
David Goodhart is a British journalist, commentator, and author. He is the founder and former editor of Prospect magazine. In this short segment for BBC, he discusses a new divide in Britain and how it led to Brexit, but I believe that this divide exist across the western world right now and is the driving force behind the recent surge in populism.
Created 9 months, 3 weeks ago.
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This channel is dedicated to exploring and promoting the ideas of what I call "Bannonsim" or "Patriotic Populism." These are ideas of a populist economic nationalism voiced by Steve Bannon and the driving force behind Trumps 2016 victory, with a focus on how a globalized neo-liberal economy has hurt the working and middle class. Not only restricted to America though, as these ideas of a rejection of globalism in favor of a more nationalistic path exist across the world, most notably in the UK with brexit, or in Italy with the rise of Matteo Salvini.