Interview

Shaun Randol

David Kortava

David Neiwert is an investigative journalist who writes about militias, hate groups, and other organizations on the fringes of the political right. In his latest book, And Hell Followed With Her: Crossing the Dark Side of the American Border (Nation Books, 2013), he focuses his critical gaze on border-watch vigilantes. 

Cæmeron Crain

On August 18th, philosopher and Mantle contributor Cæmeron Crain appeared live on "Inside the Sulphurbath" for an engaging discussion of "Living in a Society of Control," his latest in a series of blog posts addressing key concepts in contemporary political theory. 

Kavitha Rajagopalan

On August 10, writer and journalist Kavitha Rajagopalan appeared on "Inside the Sulphurbath" to discuss the challenges of urbanization, cosmopolitanism, pluralistic societies, and immigration.  

Gary Winter

Jason is done acting, ready to get the hell out of Dodge. If it weren't for a potential book deal, his wife Michelle would be right there with him. "Why We Left Brooklyn" centers on a farewell dinner party, in which Jason's friends gather for a night of reflection and a bit of a reality check.

David Kortava

Victor Navasky is a founding member of the Committee to Protect Journalists, publisher emeritus of The Nation, and a professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. David Kortava spoke with Navasky about censorship, satire, and his new book, The Art of Controversy.

Chris Haddix

Friday, July 12, I was welcomed back to join Mike Wilson, Greg Becker, and Blaine Kneece on Inside the Sulphurbath. Over the course of a wide-ranging conversation, we talked about the hunger-striker Kostas Sakkas, Austerity and the ongoing, and ever worsening European Debt Crisis, Anarchism in Greece and at home, and the yet-to-be-decided Trayvon Martin trial.

The Mantle

We at The Mantle have provided a space for new and emerging voices from around the world since day one. That's our mission. Making this platform available is necessary if we are to ever substantially challenge the dominance of a choice few mainstream, corporate media conglomerates. Six corporations—GE, Newscorp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS—own and operate 90% of what Americans read, watch, and listen to.

Shaun Randol
Arie Amaya-Akkermans

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