Why meritocracy is forever worthy of satire
Kathryn Paige Harden and what we can blame on our genes, and what society should do about it
The strange case of Frances Haugen
On the question of God in modernity
On abandoning secular modernity
Christopher Rufo on what ails America, the parent revolt happening inside schools, and recreating what Tocqueville saw
A note to my readers
Rod Dreher on secular modernity, wokeness, the Christ myth, and living as a Christian in a secular world
How the progress we've already made on autonomous vehicles will change everything, we just don't know it yet
On leaving one dystopia for another
Plato and object-oriented programming as guides to the political zeitgeist
The treachery of images and how Apple polices your phone