It is not in the Establishment's interests for the youth to vote. They engage in a policy of denigrating the importance of the youth in election results. But this policy is threatening them at the polls.
Sophia Burns argues that the social justice subculture doesn't want justice - it just wants to hear about oppressed people's pain.
Magic has been variously described over the years. For our purposes, let’s say it is the raising of energy and directing it toward a goal, to create change in accordance […]
Jonathan Woolley, on Trump as the big-daddy boss archetype.
From Jonathan Woolley: Hedge-riding becomes as much a matter of crossing boundaries in defence of the commons, as it is a case of journeying along green roads into the Woods From Which We Come.
A discussion of violence, from Christopher Scott Thompson (author of Pagan Anarchism)
From Jonathan Woolley: As a rugged individual out on the frontier, not only can nobody hear you scream, but nobody cares if you do or not.
Sophia Burns questions the ethics and efficacy of revolutionary front groups.