The Seventh Summer: Cognitive Instability From Hendrix To Trump

“…history reminds us that there exists a greater proximity between laughable and dreadful than calmer times would admit.”

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Where Liberals Screwed Up

Perhaps trying to frighten voters away from the populist cause by referencing dire economic consequences isn’t the best way to go about things when there are plenty of other common sense arguments for preserving a progressive agenda and for cultivating multiculturalism.

Reflections On The “Deeply Troubling” End Of Globalization

So, how many times in the past month have I written something about the possible demise of globalization and a politics-driven retrenchment in global trade? A lot, right? That’s because it’s one of the most important geopolitical and economic themes hanging over markets in the new year. As I’ve outlined exhaustively, rolling back globalization is…