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When Ricky Gervais Meets Socrates: A Lesson on the Limits of Knowledge

For a few glorious minutes at the Golden Globes awards ceremony, Ricky Gervais told a roomful of Hollywood stars what the rest of us have been thinking for years: they need to stop preaching to us about politics. “You’re in

Tensions With Iran Can’t End Well

Chris’ note: Today, we have a brand-new Conversations With Casey for you. As you know, the US killed Iran’s top general, Qassem Soleimani, on the orders of President Trump earlier this month. And now, many people are wondering what’s next. I

Why Are Western Media Not Questioning the Mysterious Death of Australian Catholic Youth Activist Wilson Gavin?

Following a protest against a ‘drag queen story time’ at a library in Australia, Wilson Gavin, 21, the president of the University of Queensland Liberal National Club, was found dead the next morning at a train station. Local media, while

Does Gangster-nomics Meet Its End in the Iraqi Desert?

In the aftermath of the killing of Iranian IRGC General Qassem Soleimani a lot of questions hung in the air. The big one was, in my mind, “Why now?” There are a lot of angles to answer that question. Many