How Euphemistic Corporate Language Aided Purdue Pharma’s Role in the Opioid Crisis

Corporate jargon is full of empty phrases and endless metaphors. But lurking underneath is the dark reality of how this language facilitates corporate profits at the cost of human lives.


There Are No Good Royals

If a member of Britain’s degenerate ruling family doesn’t like attention, he should go away and do something useful with his life.


Why Conservatism Can Never Be “Populist”

Conservative “populism” has never been about egalitarianism, but about mobilizing support for traditional hierarchies and giving those considered “worthy” a taste of status and power. A review of “I, The People The Rhetoric of Conservative Populism in the United States” by Paul Elliott Johnson.


Whose Fault Is An Uprising?

When people resist intolerable conditions, those who created the problem always try to shift the blame onto the ones resisting.


What Progressives Need To Learn From Republicans About Forcing Concessions From Party Leaders

Power concedes nothing without a demand, as holdout Republicans demonstrated by demanding concessions for their vote for speaker. Progressives should have done the same in 2021.


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