The word “ethics” appears prominently in the biographies of the authors who co-wrote a recent Washington Post op-ed lamenting the “taboo” associated with “talking about overpopulation.” Frances Kissling is the
Noah RothmanAlright, I'm done these people. Go bone up on the many racist and eugenicist abuses the Cult of the Population Bomb yielded, all based on a self-reverential, presentist myth. Here's a primer.
While some of these projections may look gloomy, remember: we can change the future. We can create a new vision, a new dream for the planet. It is in our power to humanely solve overpopulation. See our "How You Can Help" section to learn what you...
Noah Rothman"Fewer Americans = more ample resources, less pollution, and healthier ecosystems." We guess. No footnote on this one. Wonder why.
Donald Trump’s most committed defenders have adopted a curious line. The president’s penchant for provocative comments, reckless antagonism, or outright falsehoods is, to them, evidence of his strategic depth. He’s
Noah RothmanWhy, for example, has Donald Trump not benefited from the ongoing violence and civil unrest in American cities?...That’s less attributable to Biden’s political acumen than the fact that Americans see Trump as an agent of the very chaos he claims to oppose.
Noah RothmanThose who worry that Trump is setting the stage to steal the election consistently fail to entertain the prospect that the shoddy intrigues of which they’re so afraid are contributing to the factors that could culminate in his unambiguous loss.
"I am a 40-something attorney and mother who lives in a quiet neighborhood with a yard and a garage full of scooters and soccer balls. I am not the type ...
Noah Rothman"I believe that the Satanic Temple ― and its members’ dedication to fighting for true freedom ― represents our best, last defense against anti-choice lawmakers who are seeking to assert power over women’s bodies and take away our right to choose."
Commentary Magazine · The Cosmic Unfairness of It All Does Donald Trump have a plan when he does absurd things like refuse to entertain the prospect of a peaceful transition
Noah RothmanThe daily podcast is up and it's a very good one today. Trump's recklessness, the Breonna Taylor-related indictments, and a discussion on the nature of cosmic injustice and our culture's increasing inability to comprehend moral ambiguity.