Jason Hirthler

Jason Hirthler is a veteran of the communications industry and author of The Sins of Empire and Imperial Fictions, essay collections from between 2012-2017. He lives in New York City and can be reached at jasonhirthler@gmail.com.  

The Temple of Self-Gratification

Corona Chronicles: Telegrams from Gotham

Silencing the Beast of Bolivian Populism

American Iago: On Washington’s Character Assassins

Vote Blue for Better Wage Slavery

The Journalists Do The Shouting

Mainstream 101: Supporting Imperialism, Suppressing Socialism

Death of the Art House Revolution: Can the Americanized West Ever Stage a Real Rebellion?

Annexing the Stars: Walcott, Rhodes, and Venezuela

American Amnesia: What’s Missing From Our Collective Memory?

Laws of the Jungle: The Free Market and the Continuity of Change

The Pieties of the Liberal Class

Russiagate and the Men with Glass Eyes

Staying the Course: the Long March of Middle East Destruction

Colonizing the Western Mind

We the Sheeple: the Blind Reading the Blind

Censorship in the Digital Age

Kaepernick, Patriotism, and the Perversion of Protest

Condemned to Repeat It: History as Rerun

The Tempest of American Power

Piety and Proscription in the MSM: Noble Imperialists and Dirty Dissidents

Invisible Empire Beneath the Radar, Above Suspicion

Washington’s Blind Ambition: the Monster in the Mirror

Opportunity Strikes: Becoming a War President May Yet Salvage Trump’s Presidency

The Deep State and the Dark Arts