Book of Amusements
The Current Affairs Big Book of Amusements: Over 100 Games, Comics, and More. A children's activity book for left-wing adults!
Book: The Current Affairs Rules For Life
Our new book features deconstructions of Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, Tucker Carlson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Bari Weiss, plus a set of essays defending leftist principles.
Poster: Circles of Hell
Editor Nathan J. Robinson's very favorite thing that the magazine has ever published! Illustrator Chelsea Saunders delivers righteous punishment to all the targets of the Current Affairs editors' collective ire. [Measures 28" x 22"]
Poster: Socialism is COOL
You already know. Tell your friends. [Measures 22" x 28"]
Poster: Socialist Animals
"The Current Affairs Guide To Socialist Animals," a fully illustrated field guide to egalitarianism in the animal kingdom. [Measures 28" x 22"]
Single Order: Issue 11 (Jan-Feb 2018, Vol. 3 No. 1)
Our longest and most remarkable issue yet! Featuring Luke Savage's "The Curse of Bipartisanship," Brianna Rennix's "The Cruelties of Coulter," and Briahna Joy Gray's "The Politics of Shame," and more!
Single Order: Issue 13 (May-June 2018, Vol. 3 No. 3)
Our most beautiful issue yet! Featuring "Fresh Hot Takes on Gender" by Lyta Gold and Brianna Rennix, "What is Education For?" by Sparky Abraham and Nathan J. Robinson, and our new feature, Billionaire Shaming!
Single Order: Issue 14 (July-Aug 2018, Vol. 3 No. 4)
Our somewhat late summer issue! Featuring Malaika Jabali's "The Color of Economic Anxiety," "What You Have to Fear from Artificial intelligence" by Ryan Metz, and Brianna Rennix's "Across the Border: A Visit to Nuevo Laredo."
Single Order: Issue 15 (September-October 2018, Vol. 3 No. 5)
Our fabulous fall issue tackles FOOTBALL (yes, we went there), World War I, Nationalism, and the particular hell of "creative jobs." Get your copy today!
Single Order: Issue 16 (November-December 2018, Vol. 3 No. 6)
"Our Latest Issue . . . By Far" tours Chernobyl, remembers a 1920s Louisiana utopia, and remembers the J20 protestors.
Single Order: Issue 1 (March-April 2016, Vol. 1 No. 1)
Current Affairs' first issue! Featuring articles on: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Uzbekistan's police state, prison memoirs, rich people's artistic tastes, the worst New York Times columnists, online feminism, and Elizabeth Gilbert. A feast for the eyes and intellect alike!
Single Order: Issue 7 (May-June 2017, Vol. 2, No. 2)
Our Silicon Valley Spectacular! Also features "The Politics of Tragedies," "Generation Wealth," amusements, and more!
Single Order: Issue 8 (July-Aug. 2017, Vol. 2, No. 4)
Featuring "Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & The Status Quo," "What Happened to the Novel," "The Intolerantly Tolerant," "Appropriate to Appropriate," and more!
Sticker: Death to the Economist
Slap one on your automobile's bumper to inform readers of The Economist how you feel about their favorite magazine. Measures 7" W x 2.5" H
Stickers: Current Affairs Bumper Sticker
Slap one on your automobile's bumper to inform other motorists of your taste in periodicals. Please let us know whether you prefer MEGA (13.5" W x 3" H) or MINI (7" W x 2.5" H)!
Stickers: Death to the Economist Bumper Sticker (MEGA)
Slap one on your automobile's bumper to inform readers of The Economist how you feel about their favorite magazine. 13.5" W x 3" H
Stickers: Generic Classy Sticker
Your basic classy Current Affairs sticker.
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Stickers: The Navel Observatory
These stickers capture the true meaning of Current Affairs better than any other product.