Russia-Ukraine: Two years of war
READ NOW
Scroll to the top

{{ subpage.title }}

Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy speaks during the Republican presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.

USA Today network via Reuters

The Algorithm Candidate: Vivek Ramaswamy

Let’s talk about Vivek Ramaswamy, who I call The Algorithm Candidate. Why does a guy polling at 5% with little-to-no shot of winning the Republican race matter so much?

For one, winning is beside the point to Ramaswamy. He is auditioning for either a Trump vice presidency or for the next campaign, where he hopes to hot-wire the MAGA right for his quest for power. How will he do this?

Read moreShow less
Is the US covering up UFOs?
Is the US covering up UFOs? | Quick Take | GZERO Media

Is the US covering up UFOs?

Ian Bremmer's Quick Take:

Hi, everybody. Ian Bremmer here, and we're talking about aliens, a Quick Take. Very exciting, of course.

A Congressional testimony by a whistleblower, a former Air Force intelligence officer. His name is David Grusch, Major David Grusch, who says that the US government has been covering up UFOs.

David Grusch: “I like to use the term non-human, I don't like to denote origin, it keeps the aperture open.”

They come from other galaxies. We have no idea, but it's a coverup, and the fact that it's covered up is clearly evidence of an even deeper state than we had been aware of before. It's one thing when the deep state can fake your elections. It's another when they can actually cover up extraterrestrial species. And we know that, because if you look at all of the sightings of aliens that have happened over the past decades, they've mostly come over the United States, not just continental, Alaska too, a little Hawaii. But still, we should be the ones that find the real ones and then cover up the real ones if that's where the sightings are.

Read moreShow less
On Dr. Seuss and cancel culture
Ian Bremmer: On Dr. Seuss and Cancel Culture | Quick Take | GZERO Media

On Dr. Seuss and cancel culture

Ian Bremmer's Quick Take:

Hey everybody. Ian Bremmer here. Welcome to your week, life looking better every day in the United States, coronavirus land. But I thought I'd talk about, this week, all of this cancel culture that everyone's talking about right now. If you're on the wrong political side, your opponents are trying to shut you down and you take massive umbrage. I see this everywhere, and it's starting to annoy.

Read moreShow less

Subscribe to our free newsletter, GZERO Daily

Latest