Jennifer Matsui

Jennifer Matsui is a writer living in Tokyo and a columnist for the print edition of CounterPunch magazine.

“Both Sides Are to Blame”

Truth Telling or True Confessions?

When Power Speaks

Bland “Resistance” Punditry

A Bipartisan Coup d’etat Against the People

Snowden’s Mission

A.I. in the Time of COVID-19

Joe Biden: Survival of the Unfittest

Masterfully Baiting the Reds for a Dick’s Re-Election

Tycoon Battle-Bots Battle Bernie

The Doomsday Cuckoo Clock

The Krown

The Impunity Doctrine: The Meek Shall be Buried Beneath the Earth

Neoliberalism: The Ideology that Dares not Speak its Name

The End of Aquarius and The Dawn of a Death Star: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

La Danse Mossad: Robert Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

A Permanent, Soylent-Based Solution to Capitalism

The Style Section Meets State Craft: Amal Clooney and the Foreign Policy Influencers

Tweeting at Windmills in the Drunken Forest

The Moderates

Dead of Night Redux: A Zombie Rises, A Spook Falls

Nothing Adds Up When You do the Alternative Math

The Crazy Train Underground

The Ass Clown Epoch

The Blue Pill Presidency

Our Overlords Reveal Their Top ‘To Do’s: Are YOU Next On Their Kill List?

A Ticking, Dove-Filled Time Bomb: Trump’s Trojan Horse Gift to Jerusalem

The Rise of the Alt-Center

The Frankfurt School for Wayward Girls and the Dialectics of Fascism

Japan’s Election Results Usher in War . . . and a Glimmer of Hope?

How to React to Headlines and Not Read into News – A Handy Primer in the Age of Outrage

Operation Stonewall

Abolish All Work Immediately

They Don’t Pay Me Enough to Not Hate You

It Takes Hillary Clinton to Lead a Global Pillage

Doglegs, An Unforgettable Film

The Technocorporate Empire State Strikes Back

Terror For Dummies Top 10


Madonna’s African Safari

Way Down in New Orleans

Terri Schiavo: America’s Most Desperate Housewife?