Speculations on Post-Covid America

That globalization as it has been known, from its beginnings in the 70s and 80s and rapid acceleration in the ‘posthistorical’ 90s through today, has been under threat is not a new observations. Ever the target of discontent, it was the enemy of choice for a hosts of movements, formal and informal, that spanned the […]

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The Flood

Placing some tweets here, for posterity’s sake, of liberals and neocons clinging on for dear life as the solid foundations of the political establishment are swept away, just as they were in 2016: "I'm wondering if Democratic moderates want Bernie Sanders to be President? Maybe that's too exciting a question to raise. Do they want […]

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Thiel’s Party

Between the 14th and 16th of July, a conference took place in Washington DC that seemed to have largely slipped under the radar. Titled the “National Conservatism conference”, it was organized and funded primarily by the Edmund Burke Foundationβ€”a conservative philanthropy that, while based in the Netherlands (in the Hague, to be more specific), boasts […]

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