The 2017 Charlottesville riot was truly the beginning of an America we’re now familiar with. A jury awards nine plaintiffs injured in that rally $25 million in damages.
Weeks preceding National Day of Mourning brought even more examples, to pile on top of myriad others, of the inequity on which this country was built.
Sean Davis continues his Dispatches From the Apocalypse series with a new essay about Kyle Rittenhouse and his trial, and the frenzy around Critical Race Theory.
Manchin won’t change. You can’t shame someone who has no shame, and history won’t remember if there’s no one left with enough resources to record it.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, he waxes philosophical on the current state of our culture and humanity, including the empty meaningness of all things excess and extreme.
While doomscrolling has become a ubiquitous part of COVID, here’s how to make your social media a happier, less damaging place.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, he examines how we’re great at finding solutions … it’s just that we’re focused on all of the wrong problems.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, he looks at the destructive results, social and psychological, of continuing to ratchet up the Great Algorithm.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, he explains how Johnny Depp, DaBaby, Nicki Minaj, and time-traveling road warriors have saved us all.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, “The Immortal Rich and the Illusion of Justified Hatred,” Davis explains the decline of America since 9/11.