THE POLITICS OF OUTRAGE

If there was ever a time American politics weren’t about outrage, I’m sure I don’t know when it was. As far as I know, it’s always been about who’s able to conjure the most anger about a given topic, be it taxes, immigrants or the decay of the good, old-fashioned American way of life, whatever that is or was. At least, it feels that way.

THE MACHINE TAKES ITS CUT

The Ballot Booth

Amidst the clank-clank-ca-chunk of machinery, legislators poke out their heads from compartments within the machine, their faces smeared with grease. They frantically pull levers, open valves and press buttons, all in an effort to keep the leviathan running.

A MANIFESTO FOR GOONSQUAD SERMONS

Unknown Dangers

It’s about discovering the truth of matter, in whatever form it takes. I want people to be surprised—not shocked—by a perspective of the world that provides more clarity and honesty. Is that too much to ask?