Lotta dicks this week. After addressing some reader reactions to their The 1619 Project segment last week, Katie and Jesse critique the idea of "involuntary conservatives" so enraged by wokeness that they have to vote for Donald Trump. Then the...
Jesse SingalInteresting critique of ameliorative analysis, a technique/school of thought in philosophy that many of the quietly intense culture conflagrations raging in that field can be traced back to in one way or another -- Hypatia etc. etc.
A plea for sanity and perspective at an insane moment
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Even If You Are, For Some Reason, A Liberal, Single-Issue Anti-Wokeness Voter, You Still Shouldn't Vote For Trump
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It makes little sense to be a single-issue "ani-wokeness" voter. But even if you are one, the idea that voting for Trump will make things better, not worse, on this front is really silly
A federal health agency halted a public-service coronavirus advertising campaign funded by $250 million in taxpayer money after it offered a special vaccine deal to an unusual set of essential workers: Santa Claus performers.
In this forecast update, Galen Druke explores whether we’ll have a good idea of who won on election night. Which states do we expect results from? And what coul…
Jesse SingalThis is useful. Seems like best bet for us knowing who won on Election Night is Biden winning Florida, though I didn't realize Arizona is almost as pivotal in terms of potentially cutting off Trump's paths
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Katie and Jesse discuss the recent and not-so-recent controversy over The 1619 project, the reputational perils of getting in constant fights with idiots on Twitter, and the tangled story of Hunter Biden, a blind guy at a laptop-repair shop, and a...
Jesse SingalWe (very slightly) broke our first-day downloads record with this one