Dispatches From the Culture Wars - October 13, 2020
- Election Day: Worst Case Scenario?
- Five Menaces
- Greek Fascists Crushed in Court
- Barrett’s Band of Believers
- The Wall is a Money Maker
- How Wisconsin Rurals Read the Race
- Handling Freedom-to-Infect Freaks
- Exploding Teens
- LGBTQ Under Poland’s Far Right
With the US dangerously divided, experts fear the president’s remarks will inspire armed factions to show up at polling places.
These far-right extremist groups could pose a national security threat in the run up to the election.
Wednesday’s landmark verdict marked the end of Golden Dawn, but ideologies do not die with political organisations that represent them.
An ex-member of Amy Coney Barrett’s faith group speaks out.
Contractors and scrap dealers are selling border fence steel in Arizona and Mexico.
“Rural resentment” may not get much attention, but it’s a real and powerful force in US politics.
De-escalation is the new customer service: training to deal with angry, maskless patrons.
By Sydney Bucksbaum
Who would have thought that a story about exploding teenagers would be the most appropriate movie for 2020? The new satirical comedy Spontaneous couldn’t be more perfect for where we’re collectively at.
By Natalia Ojewska
Toxic rhetoric, driven by the current government, has only served to deepen the eternal divisions between religious conservative and socially liberal Poles.