Monthly Archives: June 2020

Thomas Sowell Revisited: Constrained versus Unconstrained Visions

Back in 1987 Thomas Sowell published his important book A Conflict of Visions which distinguished constrained from unconstrained visions. With the unconstrained vision of the radical far-left in evidence everywhere in today’s “cancel culture,” never has the time been better for a rediscovery of this important work. Continue reading

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“The World Through the Eyes of a Globalist”

Have you recently felt like you’d entered a real world Twilight Zone? A world where truth and lies have been literally inverted, and you don’t know what to believe? Take the real voyage into Twilight Zone 2020 in “The World Through the Eyes of a Globalist” new from The Unz Review. Continue reading

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A Case for Collapse Studies

A Case for Collapse Studies: we have Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, and so on. Given the times we are now living in, why not Collapse Studies. Collapse is a process, not a singular event such as a major economic crash or a pandemic. Ours is underway. Can we turn things around in time? What does history teach us about collapse? Continue reading

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