• An Orgy of Thieves: Neoliberalism and Its Discontents by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair
    An Orgy of Thieves is an excellent collection of essays by two great writers, and a fitting tribute to the late great Alexander Cockburn.
  • When McKinsey Comes to Town
    If you’re interested in learning who helped many major corporations get away with their greed, invented buzzwords to rebrand (misrepresent) theft and dishonesty, and advanced the decay of the American empire, I recommend picking up When McKinsey Comes to Town by Walt Bogdanich & Michael Forsythe.
  • Secret Power
    Italian journalist and friend of Julian Assange Stefania Maurizi writes an interesting overview of WikiLeaks, and illustrates well how injust the exile, imprisonment, and torture of whistleblowers and publishers is, while the perpetrators of the exposed crimes live freely and profit
  • Time for Socialism
    Thomas Piketty’s Time for Socialism is a persuasive argument from a world class economist on why austerity for the many and socialism for the few is a less efficient economic system than socialism for all.
  • The Age of AI
    A well written summary of the history of AI, the state of AI across global powers today, and the main problems surrounding AI facing our generation
  • System Error: Where Big Tech Went Wrong and How We Can Reboot
    One of the great ironies of the 21st century is that Americans are unwilling to consent to provide their health data to the government which may save their lives from covid, but they are willing to freely relinquish all manner of personal data to private enterprise that uses it to target them with personalized ads.
  • The Deficit Myth by Stephanie Kelton
    The Deficit Myth by Stephanie Kelton was an interesting book on macroeconomic theory whose Modern Monetary Theory thesis challenges the