Neoliberalism’s epic fail: The reaction to Hillary Clinton’s loss exposed the impotent elitism of liberalism
LRB · Malcolm Bull · Great Again: America’s Heidegger
How to Be Ourselves
Swat Team: The media’s extermination of Bernie Sanders, and real reform
Unconvinced by Ken Loach’s benefits story? That says more about Britain than the film does
We Are Close to Our Goal, But Not There Yet!
Neoliberalism has had its day. So what happens next? | Martin Jacques
The End of Food
95,000 Words, Many of Them Ominous, From Donald Trump’s Tongue
Review: ‘The Selfishness of Others,’ or I’m O.K. — You’re a Narcissist
Why Are There So Few Personal Essays By Black Women?
How the Rolling Stones, a Band Obsessed With Black Musicians, Helped Make Rock a White Genre
Beware the vibrant, emerging, misleading language of gentrification
The Sky Might Fall On Your Head -
The bonfire of Noam Chomsky: Journalist Tom Wolfe targets the acclaimed linguist
A Declaration of the Dignity Image
The Tony Blair 'selfie' Photo Op will have a place in history
the Wood between Worlds: The Berenstein Bears: We Are Living in Our Own Parallel Universe
This Company Has Built a Profile on Every American Adult
On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs
Of Flying Cars and the Declining Rate of Profit - The Baffler
This man seems to die in every terrorist attack. But he's very much alive.
LRB · Owen Hatherley · One Click at a Time
Farage is now Britain’s face at the EU: petty, unlovable, essentially terrified | Marina Hyde
AI just got a big boost in its ability to understand the news
My middle-age dread
Period. Full Stop. Point. Whatever It’s Called, It’s Going Out of Style
Stop. Using. Periods. Period.
Pain Is a Problem. Opioids Are Not the Answer. How Did American Medicine Decide They Were?
Classic Programmer Paintings
Peek Into the Weird and Wonderful Age of AI (Yes, There’s a Chatbot)
Why America's favorite anarchist thinks most American workers are slaves
Awkward half-cat loafing on the stairs sparks Photoshop battle no one expected
Why I Quit Being a Writer
We Asked Smokers if They Would Pay £23 for a Pack of Cigarettes | VICE | United Kingdom
Imagine if you could delete bad memories. Well, you can | Ed Cooke
Chicago’s Secret Society of Death-Obsessed Journalists—and the Belly Dancer Who Exposed Them
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