We've just passed the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. While both the left and the right have condemned the invasion, and both support Ukraine, the two camps do so for different reasons. The left looks at Russia as a threat to their globalist agenda, while the right looks at it as a threat to peace in the West and fear an alliance sleepwalking into WWIII.
Dystopic Journal: Geopolitics: Orwell vs. Today’s World
Orwell got a lot of things right, like the surveillance state and doublethink. How close was his vision of the geopolitical landscape in 1984 to real life?
LR Podcast, S2E50: Avoiding a food shortage
We can revisit the need for an electric car in every garage and a windmill on every street corner after we've dealt with the potential of mass starvation.
LR Podcast, S2E49: Don’t say Disney
In the media it's been inaccurately portrayed as a 'don't say gay' bill. In reality, it's a 'don't corrupt our children with non-age-appropriate instruction on sexuality, gay, straight, or otherwise' bill.
LR Podcast, S2E46: Pork is back on the menu.
Congress just passed an omnibus budget that approves $1.5T in spending, much of it pork-laden. Of course, with a Democrat Congress in the current era, most of that pork is going to fund woke agenda items.
LR Podcast S2, E45: The state of the union is good for whom?
His most laughable moment was when he claimed he wanted to secure our border. I don't know how he got through that line with a straight face.
LR Podcast, S2E44: The hot war on energy
It's official, the Russians are back on top as Christiandom's authoritarian villains after briefly being unseated by the upstart Canadians. It feels like some weird cosmic balance has been restored. Yes, that's flippant, but it does seem that someone's freedom is always being threatened somewhere.