Surely, something as dull as a judicial nomination won’t inspire hyperbole and hysteria, will it? If you think so, congratulations on having never been on social media.
The Golden Globes won’t be about who has the best acting skills; it’ll be a platform to advance politicized messaging that has little to do with concern for sexual abuse victims.
Taylor Swift’s atonal chanting about revenge and blaming others for what we do perfectly fits our current politics and culture.
James Damore’s firing surely serves as a warning to anyone who might subvert the utterly inflexible pieties of modern progressivism.
Democracy dies in hyperbole.
We keep believing the apocalypse is coming, even though it never gets here, because we don’t know how else to feel alive.
In these times of growing confusion and delusion, we must learn all we can about how to keep our minds free from coercive manipulation.
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