"You Can't Bury Your Head in the Sand": Why Right-Wing Comedy Matters
An interview with the authors of That's Not Funny.
If you missed Wednesday's newsletter about the latest development in the Horatio Sanz case, read it here. Last month, in Reno, a bloc of the Libertarian Party known as the Mises Caucus won control of party's national organization. As I’ve written before, the Mises Caucus is an openly reactionary movement that’s been working to take over the Party for several years, in part by pursuing the removal of socially progressive elements from the state and national organizations—a goal reflected in the new leadership’s removal of the sentence “we condemn bigotry as irrational and repugnant” from the party platform shortly after taking power. Many of the caucus’s high-profile members are proudly anti-woke, by which I mean opposed to the expansion of civil rights for and general dignity of marginali
Jun 10 2022
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