Alexander Zubatov
Alexander Zubatov
Alexander Zubatov

Alexander Zubatov is a practicing attorney specializing in general commercial litigation. He is also a practicing writer specializing in general non-commercial poetry, fiction, drama and polemics that have appeared in The Hedgehog Review, Independent Journal Review, PopMatters, Acculurated, MercatorNet, The Montreal Review, The Fortnightly Review, New English Review, and Culture Wars, among others. He makes occasional, unscheduled appearances on Twitter and on Medium.

Leftist’s Racist Outrage Treadmill Revs Up Over Tucker Carlson Noticing Open Borders

This new run on the outrage treadmill projects the contemporary left’s obsession with race and racism onto the right.

Why Pushing Young People Into Politics Is A Recipe For Disaster

The Civics Secures Democracy Act making its way through Congress threatens to create a national curriculum that would virtually compel teens to plunge into politics. It’s a horrible idea.

4 Reasons Socialism Is More Popular Among Americans Now Than Ever Before

Why socialism now? At a time when the American economy under Trump seems to be chugging along at a nice clip, why are so many hankering for an alternative?

Why I Refuse To Attend My 20th Yale Reunion

It is time to show the oleaginous technocrats running the roost that the special snowflakes on campus are not the only ones capable of protesting inanities at Yale and elsewhere.

Why Political Correctness Is Political Cowardice

A majority of Americans oppose progressives’ agenda on race and identity. Why aren’t they speaking out?