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The Rabbit Hole: Politics & Prose

Dec 22, 2020

Writers of the past have already given us the insight and strength to understand 2020. There is nothing new under the sun, and all thoughts have been expressed before; we stand on the shoulders of our ancestors yet do not look to them as often as we should to unravel the torment of the modern world. You see, we may feel...


Dec 17, 2020

If the last few years have taught us anything in our ongoing political education, it’s that conspiracy theories often turn out to be true, and that it is the dominant narrative that is, in fact, a conspiracy.

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Nov 27, 2020

The year 2020 will long be remembered for many aspects. Whether it remains in the mind as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the year of questionable election results, the year of Black Lives Matter and riots in the streets, there is, as they say, something for everyone. But perhaps the greatest legacy of this...


Nov 18, 2020

We are told by gasping pundits that Donald Trump is refusing to hand over the power that has been taken from him in a legitimate vote and that by refusing to do so, he endangers the very Republic. But is it those fanning the flames who are the real destroyers of the nation?

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Nov 13, 2020

In terms of monumental political events, it’s hard to argue that 2020 wasn't big in a lot of different ways. Certainly, there were no traditional major wars, and despite warnings of Armageddon, we are still here, in one piece … but perhaps a little wiser and a fraction more jaded. What can we learn from a poem...