I read Michael Mann’s The New Climate War so you don’t have to.

Mann’s The New Climate War shows none of the rigor or reservation that one would expect of a renowned scientist. What it does show are the signs of someone who has spent too much time on social media: personal attacks, lack of nuance, and sarcasm in the place of reasoned discussion.

Against the New Age (Margaret Wheatley)

Meg Wheatley criticizes the New Age belief that humans are reaching a “critical mass” or a “tipping point” in the evolution of human consciousness toward an awakening/enlightenment/transcendence/realization which will save us from civilizational collapse. She sees this belief as anthropocentric, ego-centric, and elitist, as well as seductive and dangerous in a time when we are facing inevitable collapse and we need to be fighting to defend each other and the planet.

From Conservative Mormon to Pagan Anarchist: Radicalization (Part 6)

Part 6: Radicalization: Age 40-Present (2015-present)
Over the course of my adult life, I have travelled a significant part of of the breadth of the political spectrum, from right to left, from authoritarian to libertarian, from politically conservative Mormon to radical Leftist.

From Conservative Mormon to Pagan Anarchist: Politicization (Part 5)

Part 5: Politicization: Ages 35-40 (2010-2015)
Over the course of my adult life, I have traveled a significant part of of the breadth of the political spectrum, from right to left, from authoritarian to libertarian, from politically conservative Mormon to radical Leftist.