Articles in Editor’s Notes
On the left, we need to repeat over and over: conditions are not inevitable but result from policy choices which could be made differently. We can build a fair, just, and healthy society where everyone thrives.
We should be concerned by the prominence of figures who boast about their lack of interest in other human beings’ welfare. Can we make it cool to care about other people?
If a member of Britain’s degenerate ruling family doesn’t like attention, he should go away and do something useful with his life.
Love of humanity necessitates the hatred of injustice.
The job of a critic is to shatter the illusion that the status quo is necessary or good, and to free people’s imaginations for the contemplation of alternatives.
The great mystery of our times: Why does anyone take seriously people who are so obviously full of it?
It’s tempting to financially disincentivize car use but we also want public infrastructure to be free at point of use.
Chris Hedges’ book “The Greatest Evil Is War” forces us to look at the darkest and most disturbing images of war, the ones that those who lead us into war would rather we not see.
We can build effective mass transit. But this requires ending the dominance of the automobile, an inefficient and dangerous method of transit.
The professional purveyor of conspiratorial delusions has now spelled his theory out in writing. As usual, it is mostly deranged, albeit sprinkled with the occasional factually accurate statement.
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