Somewhere along the way, the environmental movement became human-centric. We turned Nature into the Environment, Animals into Resources, and Land into Conservation Sites
The Revival – The False Promise of Recreating the Ice Age to Save the Planet
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ARTICLEForty years after the Communist Manifesto eviscerated capitalism and predicted its demise, a relatively unknown American writer shot to fame with a fascinating blueprint for its replacement. Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backward 2000 – 1887 was a literary, cultural, and political sensation. First published in 1888, it was...
Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy: Is this 1888 vision of a year 2000 Utopia still relevant?
If the Chappelle Crisis has shown us anything it is that trans activists wield the power of the oppressor as they do everything in their quest to be the exceptional community in a sea...
The Chappelle Crisis and the Disastrous Self-Censorship of Comedy
ARTICLEI appreciate the opportunity to respond to Mark White’s blog in Plebity arguing that anti-Zionism is not antisemitism. I take up some but not all of Mark’s arguments. But Mark’s analysis is off base both conceptually and factually in several places.
On anti-Zionism and Antisemitism: A Response to Mark White’s Article in Plebity
Moral grandstanding is an ever-present, seductive force. It may feel impossible to avoid for many of us, but it is necessary to do so if...
‘Do Your Part’: On the Toxic Rise of Moral Grandstanding in the Pandemic
ARTICLEWhile medical schools still use some modified version of the Hippocratic Oath, many medical schools, including Harvard, Yale, and the University of Texas are now allowing...
Why the Medical Community is Abandoning Science in the Age of Denial
FREE SPEECH FUNDThe latest Plebity Free Speech Fund recipients are two Oregon educators, Rachel Damiano and Katie Medart. Rachel, Assistant Principal, and Katie, 7th-grade science teacher, were fired from North Middle School in July...
Latest Free Speech Grants Go To Rachel Damiano and Katie Medart
PODCASTIn this episode, Sasha is joined by Hunter College Professor Yasha Klots for a discussion on Soviet contraband literature, censorship, and what we can learn about our current climate from the history of book...