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Posts in category “Rules For Everyday Rebels”

Saturday In Budapest

My first Hungarian interviews for the new book

Posted September 7th, 2019

How To Live Not By Lies

Solzhenitsyn’s simple formula for regaining one’s inner freedom

Posted August 28th, 2019

The Controlling Power Of Big Data

‘Small data points monitored continuously can be very predictive of behaviors’

Posted August 14th, 2019

Our Big Silicon Valley Brothers

The Stasi couldn’t have obtained what Big Business can get in the age of surveillance capitalism,

Posted August 9th, 2019

APSA’s ‘Diverse, All-Woman Team’

Newspeaking political scientists demonstrate that ‘diversity’ is code for ‘no straight white males wanted’

Posted July 31st, 2019

Spotting Doublethink In Ourselves

If truth is to prevail, then we must learn to self-examine relentlessly

Posted June 25th, 2019

Standing In A Prague Sunbeam

Roger Scruton on how Czech anti-communist dissidents fought alienation and despair

Posted June 25th, 2019

Going To Poland

Advice for a first-time visitor who wants to know about anti-communist resistance?

Posted June 23rd, 2019

Silvester Krcmery, Unbroken

How a young Slovak Catholic doctor survived torture and Communist prisons

Posted May 5th, 2019

Rudolf Dobias At Home

A writer, former political prisoner, and mountain of a man. And, a repentant communist’s stone in the wall

Posted May 4th, 2019

Rules For Everyday Rebels

My new book will explore the experience of anti-communist dissidents, seeking practical lessons for building resistance to the West’s emerging soft totalitarianism

Posted May 3rd, 2019