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Jupiter’s Rise and Fall

With a huge margin of victory, the French president thought he had a mandate. He was wrong.
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Ragnarok, but Dumber

The Vic Berger-FuckJerry meme feud tells us that a very stupid cyberpunk future has already arrived.
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On the Genealogy of Crypto

A trend towards international multipolarity, of a sovereignist reterritorialisation of the internet, might be bad news for cryptocurrency.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Death of American Conservatism

A new right must look a lot more like Dorothy Day than Ben Shapiro.
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Brother Phillips, Sister Sky: Why We Get Hoaxed

There is an alluring, prophetic voice that invites us to distort reality.
FictionTop Section

Gillette — A Hallucination

A fever-dream of accelerating woke capital.
CultureSatireTop Section

The Non-Bad Place

Welcome to the other side, the world of 2019.
LiteraturePoliticsTop Section

Garden-Variety Geopolitics: A Review of The Jungle Grows Back

Robert Kagan has a refreshingly un-Whiggish description on the liberal world order. But his prescriptions inherit no such imagination.
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A Manifesto for Classical Liberalism

That's right. You have never debated someone like me before.
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Against the Zeitgeist

Libertarianism ought to be a nonpolitical movement, but that's not what zeitgeist libertarianism stands for