Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Power of Hypocrisy

“I’m a great believer in hypocrisy. It’s the nearest we ever get to virtue. It’s a statement of what we ought to be. Like religion, like art, like the law, like marriage. I serve the appearance of things. It’s the worst of systems; it is better than the others.” So says Rawley Bradfield, Head of […]

The Elevated Ontology of Roy Moore

In the wake of allegations of pedophilia against the disgraced Alabama judge, Roy Moore has received near universal expressions of support from his own party in the state. Naturally, many people in liberal circles are horrified, but the lesson here is not about the innate tribalism of Republicans or Southerners or Republican Southerners. Instead, what […]