Interesting Things

- George F. Will on
The Limits of Majority Rule



- Ever wonder if it's true that working for Amazon is the modern-day equivalent of being a slave on a cotton plantation in the deep South?
Tourist Journalism Versus the Working Class 




“Political language,” Orwell observed, “is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable.” 
Neutralizing Ngo: The Apologetics of Antifascist Street Violence



 “...historical mistakes of the CCP [Chinese Communist Party]” should not be discussed.

The emperor tightens his grip



- I wish this old white dude would run for president

George Will wrangles with God, the conservative sensibility and the dangers of progressivism 



George Will: Where he stands




- "As the Old Faiths Collapse, the Greens, Social Justice Warriors, and Techno-Futurists Aim to Fill the Void"

Gimme that old time religion?



-  Natalie Trayling

Among the People




"The conceit that we can “define and express” our own identity is perhaps the cruellest hoax ever perpetrated on civilised peoples. We are neither clever enough nor strong enough to do so; to the extent that we succeed in such an endeavour, we make ourselves into monsters. There is a better word for postmodern identity, and that is anomie. Cut off from its past, the postmodern West has no vision of its future, and its most characteristic response is to fail to bring children into the world, thus ensuring that it will have no future of any kind."
Why the British Monarchy Still Matters




- "...youthocracy – a dictatorship of the inexperienced and immature that exerts an insidious influence over American culture."

The Dictatorship of the Young



- "The Apocalypse is imminent. There is a battle of good against evil. The outcome is one of an earthly paradise."

Straight to Hell: Millenarianism and the New Green Deal




"He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how." -Nietzsche




- "An empirical look at the evidence supporting anticipatory medicine is sobering."
A Contrarian View of Digital Health