Marc E. Fitch is the author of “Shmexperts: How Power Politics and Ideology are Disguised as Science,” and several novels. He works as a journalist at The Yankee Institute for Public Policy and lives in Connecticut with his wife, four children and three goats.
Fitch won a Robert Novak Journalism fellowship to research Shmexperts. He is also the author of “Paranormal Nation: Why America Needs Ghosts, UFO’s, and Bigfoot” (Praeger) and the novels “Old Boone Blood” and “Paradise Burns” from Damnation/Eternal Press. His fiction has appeared in such publications as ThugLit, The Big Click, eHorror, Horror Society, and Massacre. His nonfiction has appeared in the Federalist, World Net Daily, American Thinker, and The Skeptical Inquirer.
Underappreciated by the literary establishment, horror fiction offers trenchant—and scary!—critiques of a society that’s coming politically undone.
Connecticut is the living illustration of what happens when liberal fiscal policies run up against economic reality. It’s not pretty. And it’s coming your way.
If you feel like mass media and the willingness to politicize everything are killing an individualistic free society, you’re not alone—here’s a short guide to the prophetic writers who warned us this day would come.
Pope Francis’s papacy has revived attention to an enduring, misguided strain of religious-tainted socialism.
The deaths of Cecil the lion and America’s 50 million aborted children and counting both speak to the innocence and majesty of life.
When America began ejecting mentally ill people from institutional care, one consequence has been pregnancies among a population ill-suited for parenting.
Social media and television strip humanity from targets and their attackers. People who don’t like this insane, outspoken minority should simply ignore it.
Eric Garner’s death was a homicide resulting from a chokehold and compression of his chest by police officers. The chest compression issue needs attention.
Does a new study prove free will is just an illusion?
If women can choose abortion, why can’t everyone choose to commit suicide?
Experts possess knowledge and information but this does not equate to wisdom or making the right moral judgments.
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