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The Rabbit Hole: Politics & Prose

Jun 26, 2021

With the new report on Unidentified Flying Objects, or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) in modern parlance, a question rarely asked is how the Christian community views the phenomena and whether belief in extra-terrestrials or UFOs is in direct opposition to the basis of Christianity.

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Jun 9, 2021

Is there an educational crisis? Well, the shape of that crisis depends on your nationality. If you happen to be in the United States or the United Kingdom, the answer is a resounding yes. Despite blushing government officials touting better than ever results – all while casually ignoring that the tests have...


May 18, 2021

Society has become a convenience service. Its sole purpose now appears to be an automaton that delivers to you your every whim and desire. Whether it's "on-demand" streaming services, same-day delivery, or moving away from the innocuous, it brings you peace, safety, and the ability never to feel threatened or face...


Apr 21, 2021

On the last edition of The Rabbit Hole, we discussed the first three of the top five Dystopian novels, and more importantly, how for a book to be part of the classic genre, it needs to be "possible." And perhaps more so, it needs to be immediate. As in, we can see the elements are unfolding around us and the precursors...


Apr 6, 2021

In literature, one of the most argued over genres is that of dystopian fiction. While other book styles have produced their own share of adjectival language (think Dickensian or Homeric), there are few more instantly understandable than those of the anti-utopian novelists, for example, “Orwellian”...