A Student's Guide to Resisting PragerU Propaganda
A glossy, comprehensive 30-page booklet showing how to think critically about PragerU "educational" material.
BOOK: Echoland: A Comprehensive Guide to a Nonexistent Place (DIGITAL PDF)
A PDF copy of the book "Echoland," which envisions a socialist future transformed by artificial intelligence. 270pp, full color. Please allow up to 24 hours for delivery.
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A paperback copy of the book "Echoland," which envisions a socialist future transformed by artificial intelligence. 270pp, full color.
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A memoir from the future about how we built the socialist utopia.
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: On Social Justice and Its Critics"
Nathan J. Robinson's new book features deconstructions of Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, Tucker Carlson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Bari Weiss, plus a set of essays defending leftist principles.
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Illustrator Chelsea Saunders offers a gorgeous panoramic view of the typical U.S. college campus... as seen through the warped mind of a U.S. conservative. It's the college a leftist WISHES existed. [Measures 34.5" x 21"]
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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 31" x 22"]
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"The Current Affairs Guide To Socialist Animals," a fully illustrated field guide to egalitarianism in the animal kingdom. [Measures 16"x35"]
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"The Magazine That Likes You Just The Way You Are" is speak truth to power, with exposés of Mount Everest, seasteading, and more!
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The mysteries of gender, nationalizing nice places, aesthetic bliss and excellent activities for all those in isolation!
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Elevators, the sixties, myths, and more! Endless fun surprises in our final edition of 2020. Wishing you all the best during these dreadful times and hope our magazine can bring a dash of consolation and joy.
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Single Order: Issue 30 (March-April 2021, Vol. 6, No. 2)
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Our eclectic and verdant rainforest issue!
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Read about the wonder of dreams, America's nightmare mall, Che Guevara, land use under capitalism, and Find the Zombies in a Mall activity!
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Our March-April edition with a Really Big Bird on the cover! Featuring articles on the costs of the drone war, predatory developers in Florida, the leftism of Charlie Chaplin’s movies, the bullshit of Yuval Noah Harari, awful new right-wing children’s books, and more!
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Filled with endless wonders, as well as sensible commentary on war, the family, and the legend of Spartacus.
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Featuring essays on topics from Marvel movies to sports card collecting, a vicious poke at @jordanbpeterson, a lengthy defense of Satan, and so much more.
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Loaded with treats to brighten up your holiday: Bullshit & Crap, Muskian Tyranny and Neoliberal Libraries, writing on Godard films, "fapstronauts," medical folklore, and more!
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Celebrating the magazine's eighth year! The false promise of billionaire space plans, the dangers of natural law, the politics of Dr. Phil's show, the history of Stalin's atrocities....plus a delightful assortment of amusements, from the Intergalactic Zoo to behind the scenes at Fox News!
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Summer reading and amusements for all! What happened to AOC? And just how much influence has Rupert Murdoch had on media? Do you need a life coach? Plus, tour crumbling U.S. infrastructure, see if you can dodge the cops on your commute, and find the best in Kids' Classifieds!
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A thought-provoking fall issue! Death, medical debt, the universalism of Soviet cinema, Bronze Age Pervert, and presenting a new CDC!
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The perfect accompaniment to you and your fireside chair this fall: exclusive looks at the PragerU PhD program and notes from the DeSantis desk, financial literacy with Professor Pennysaved, why private equity is out to steal your retirement, falling sperm counts, and a cultural history of white rappers. Plus, see our new headquarters!
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Our Silicon Valley Spectacular! Also features "The Politics of Tragedies," "Generation Wealth," amusements, and more!
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