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Current Affairs

A Magazine of Politics and Culture

Jon White

About Us

Welcome to the luminous and cheery world of Current Affairs.


Our Story

The rise of Current Affairs has been the subject of many salacious rumors. Since growing into an international multimedia powerhouse, Current Affairs has attracted the admiration and envy of countless people, birds, and invertebrates. We hear the whispers. To set the record straight, it is our pleasure to provide for you a brief history of our organization.

Current Affairs was launched by roommates Oren Nimni and Nathan J. Robinson via a Kickstarter campaign in 2015, which promised “a new print magazine of political analysis, satire, and entertainment” that would “bring wit, color, and verve back to print media!” With $16,607 of their $10,000 goal raised, the magazine Current Affairs was born!

Since that successful Kickstarter campaign, Current Affairs has been entirely supported by subscriptions, purchases, and donations from readers. No large corporate donors, no opaque foundations, and no advertisements have contributed to Current Affairs. We have expanded to include a podcast, which is entirely funded by generous Patreon donors, a Newsletter, and video content!


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