[WP1] Slovenian politics are taking a turn for the Hungarian.
[WP2] In 1999, David Brin argued that the original Star Wars trilogy was elitist and anti-democratic. I find that part of the argument a little more convincing than the depiction of Star Trek as populist. Seems like it’s the royals vs the roundheads.
[WP3] Not gonna lie: It’s nice to be courted.
[WP4] You may have heard something about centrists being hostile to democracy, but that study may have been overstated.
[WP5] Colin Dickey argues that when politicians write fiction, they’re telling us something scary about their worldview.
[WP6] James Kirchick argues that Europe can’t quit America, howevermuch it wants to.
[WP7] One of the great criticisms of capitalism is how it generates its own needs that leave us all running on a treadmill. But Scott Sumner asks what if the same is true of progressivism?
[WP8] Maoists in Capitalistopia.
[WP0] It’s kind of important that Samantha Bee and other liberals take care not to offend the sensibilities of Trump supporters. .
— Be Best Bowling Green Victim (@TeamGulley) June 2, 2018