He's probably more of a anarchist, anti-corporatist, anti-war. A voice from the fringe. Looks to lean to the left. A favorite political commentator of mine, Justin Raimondo hold similar views, but would be more aptly described as a paleo-conservative, right wing, but isolationist. Also anti-war. Justin refers to the Democrats and Republicans as two wings of the same party, namely, The War Party.
Just putting some of this into context. These folks were considered leftist Bush-bashers during the Bush administration. And now, they are mistaken for Republicans, bashing on the so-called "left" (Democrats really aren't "left", to real leftists, just as Republicans aren't "right" to real conservatives).
Hope this helps a little. I know it is hard to understand .. as I spent years trying to explain that a lot of the articles I posted really weren't "left wing liberals Bush bashers", but just plain old anti-establishment types that were all over Clinton when he was in power. And they'll be all over Obama too. And, for me, say what you will, at least they are consistent.