The mass rollout of Covid vaccines, accompanied in many countries by passports and mandates, has prompted a fierce public debate over vaccination. Do…
When it comes to the pandemic, do the people in charge know what they’re doing? Or are they kind of making stuff up as they go along? Much evidence…
Blacks and South Asians living in Britain have higher rates of death from Covid than the white majority. These disparities received a lot of attention…
Wokeness, as I’ve noted before, is distinct from other strands of leftism, such as old-school Marxism or traditional left-liberalism. (Which is an…
In the summer of 2020, there was a fairly big scandal in Britain concerning secondary school children’s grades. Earlier that year, the government had…
In a recent Substack post, the neoreactionary blogger Curtis Yarvin doubled-down on his earlier advocacy of Zero Covid. While this was not an…
This newsletter has now been going for more than a year. I’ve written over fifty individual posts, covering topics as diverse: as the lethality of…
Aside from its effects on health, education and the economy, lockdown represents the greatest infringement on civil liberties in modern history. Here…
As I’ve argued before, the two key events giving rise to the Great Awokening (the sudden increase in woke sentiment beginning in around 2012) were the…
Richard Hanania has written another fascinating article about US political culture. This one’s titled ‘Liberals Read, Conservatives Watch TV’, and the…
Last year, I made a tweet that said the following: The gap in masculinity between the left and the right seems to have widened over time. In the early…
Pundits frequently rail against the left-wing skew of the media. However, systematic evidence is hard to come by. Those quantitative studies that do…
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