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Conspiracy Corner

Information (and possibly disinformation) pointing to alternative interpretations of the state of affairs and competing ideologies. Some left, some right, some whack, take your pick.

  • Democracy Now! - Possibly the hardest-hitting political show on radio. Find transcripts here of past broadcasts or listen via internet radio.
  • Dave Emory - If you miss Mae Brussel, there's still Dave Emory. Here's the WFMU archive of his radio shows.
  • The Consortium - Independent journalism from Robert and Nat Parry and cohorts.
  • TruthDig - News hub for alternative info. Quality leads to de-program yourself.
  • American Prospect - Yes, it's (yawn) liberal, but it is one of the most intelligent (albeit dry) exponents of that perspective that I'm aware of. Low on P.C. and high on practical insights.
  • American Conservative - Yes, it's (gasp!) conservative, but it doesn't shrink from trying to find common ground with some on the left. Check it out, you might be surprised. Not the usual Fox guff.
  • The Unz Review - Ron Unz's alternate press site mixes contrarians right and left. Updated daily. No Neo-cons in sight.
  • Foreign Policy - Excellent, highly readable, handsomely designed journal dealing with international affairs.
  • The National Interest - National and foreign policy discussed largely from a "realist" perspective. Similar virtues to the preceding journal above.
  • Antiwar.com - Libertarian demolition of the "War Party." Daily updated links about the war(s) in progress.
  • Fletcher Prouty Site - The late Col. would surely have a thing or two to say about the current administration.
  • Casebook.org - Devoted to in-depth info and research on the Jack the Ripper Mystery. One of the best sites on the Web. I kid you not.
  • CTKA - Site for Citizens for Truth about the Kennedy Assassination. Jim DiEugenio and Lisa Pease rule!
  • Third Way - The "voice of the radical centre" - not to be confused with New Labour.
  • 4th International - They're Trotkyist purists, but some of their analyses actually make sense, if you grant Marx any credit.
  • Women's Liberation Archive - The raw unadulterated source documents from Duke University archives.
  • Break Their Haughty Power - Whoa. The writings of an intelligent, sophisticated Marxist. Who'da thunk it?
  • 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.