By Bradley Tuck –
Algorithms In Your Head
The Future and How to Get There: A Leftist Critique of the Modern Left
Climate Change: When the Solutions are Part of the Problem
Diet and the British Establishment
The End of Radical Change: Reflections on the Lost Art of Solidarity
The ‘Mind-Body-Spirit’ Industry Has Lobotomised a Generation of Women
On Death and Grief
Thinking about the Art of Ian McKeever
MADNESS IN THE UK SERIES – PART 1: Medicalising Madness.
MADNESS IN THE UK PART 2: What are we raising awareness of?
MADNESS IN THE UK PART 3: NHS Mental Health Provision is Mental.
The Future of Humanity
The Matrix – Twenty Years On
The History of White Politics and Identity
How do we cope with political uncertainty?
Can Free Speech end the war of the sexes? Men’s Rights vs Feminism.
Sex and Drugs and Rock and roll. PART 2
The Power of the Will to Believe: How psychics deceive us.
The Fashion Offensive: #1. FUCK OFF
Universalism and the Courage to Change Society
Once Upon a Time, It Was All About the Narrative
A New Class of Victims: Abuse of Title IX at the University of Southern California
Economic Liberty and the 2017 UK General Election
Sgt Pepper – The Beatles as Apostles of Hope
In Praise of Irrelevance: A Plea for Formalism
How Western Feminists Got Hogtied
IT’S ONLY A STORY – Against the Politicisation of Fiction.
What the Left Can Learn From The Right: New Perspectives on Stagnation
What now For The Nation State?
Why Labour Must Seize the Moment in 2017
Ramblings on the 2016 POTUS Election
The Hijacking of Gender: A Feminist Take on Transgenderism
STRANGERS IN THEIR OWN LAND – Anger and Mourning on the American Right
NON-BINARY GENDER: WHERE THE MOOD MAY TAKE YOU
Cheap Thrills: What Happened to Bad Taste?
The 2016 US Presidential Election – What the Heck Happened?
AGAINST THE CULTURAL TURN
#fearlessfoxes and Leicester’s Cultural Revolution – Spreading the Leicester Vibe.
Some Thoughts on Censorship
THE STORY OF THE SLITS – a new documentary by director William E Badgely
Capitalist Abuse in Academia: You are not a Commodity
Just a Spoonful of Sugar… Dialectics of Work and Play in Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins
Who Framed Brer Rabbit? – Racial Politics in Walt Disney’s Song of the South and Ralph Bakshi’s Coonskin.
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